This was a meeting with Steve Friddle, Linda Oestreich and Alicia, discussing the newest site plan and the latest developments. Talks centered around how Parks and Rec Department was willing to work with the WCP to help identify good plants for busy traffic areas and help with other ‘park’ related issues. Both … Read More
Alicia meets with most of the board from the West Olympia Farmer’s Market on site at 1919 Harrison. Possibilities of a move to the site this season, and in future seasons were discussed. While there would be parking available on site this year, once the park is developed, it will be a … Read More
Dennis and Alicia attend the Northwest Neighborhood Association (NWONA) meeting. We staffed a table with a new, more detailed site plan that included the original features, but also incorporated a new idea for an open area in the northwest corner of the property. We had a very positive reception from the neighborhood … Read More
Alicia took the site plans to a Carnegie Board Meeting, where they were positively received overall. Some suggestions came up about a lead to the PARC foundation and non profit status, and feedback about what the sign for the property could say. The Carnegie group is an active group of retired politicos … Read More
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Financial Contributions The West Central Park is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) public charity. In that capacity, the organization relies on your cash donations to survive. Use PayPal to donate: Or, send monetary donations to: West Central Park Project PMB 2835 2103 Harrison Ave NW Olympia, WA 98502 Volunteering Your time is a valuable … Read More
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Maintaining the Beauty of the Park WHEN: Each and every Sunday! March thru October: 10 am to 2pm November thru February: 11am to 1pm