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Enterprise Services adopts minor updates to Capitol Campus parking rules

Effort separate from rulemaking on enforceable parking restrictions with a focus on Deschutes Parkway

OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Enterprises has adopted minor changes to the Capitol Campus parking rules. The changes do not introduce new rules or alter current practices.

This work is separate from the rulemaking on enforcable parking restrictions with a focus on Deschutes Parkway.

Landscape enhancement work to bring intermittent traffic and noise impacts

Work to enhance landscaping at the corner of 11th Avenue and Capitol Way near three new “moon trees” and the World War II memorial

Rallies and events to bring traffic, parking and other impacts to Capitol Campus next week

OLYMPIA – The Department of Enterprise Services has issued permits for several activities that will bring traffic, noise, pedestrian and parking impacts to the Capitol Campus next week.

Comment sought on proposed clean-up of campus parking rules

Effort separate from rulemaking on enforceable parking restrictions with a focus on Deschutes Parkway

The Department of Enterprise Services (DES) is seeking comment on proposed changes to the Capitol Campus parking rules (WAC 200-200).

Capitol Campus East Plaza gets a facelift


A portion of the East Capitol Campus that was closed while it received a makeover has reopened to pedestrians with new walkways and updated landscaping.

Trees removed on Capitol Campus in December

Trees removed on Capitol Campus in December

OLYMPIA — Two trees on Capitol Campus will be removed this month. Public impacts of the work include equipment noise and sidewalk closures. Most jobs will be completed within a day.

For more information on the following, contact DES Grounds Manager Brent Chapman, (360) 725-0018:

Hundreds expected to attend Nov. 11 Veterans Day Celebration on Capitol Campus

The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services has issued a permit for a Veterans Day ceremony. The event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to noon on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, in the Legislative Building. Following the ceremony in the Legislative Building, the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Sacajawea Chapter will read the Vietnam Memorial inscription followed by the list of names of Washington State residents Killed in Action or Missing in Action at the Memorial.

Visitor parking lot closed Sept. 30 for tree removal

The visitor parking lot at Maple Park Ave. S.E. and Jefferson St. S.E. in Olympia will be closed Monday, Sept. 30, as two dead conifer trees are removed. The sidewalk between Maple Park Ave. S.E. and the spiral staircase to the East Plaza will also be closed.

There will be noise from chainsaws and tree chippers between 7 a.m. and noon.

Noise, traffic related to construction to increase beginning this week

Construction-related noise and traffic will increase beginning Wednesday, Aug.

ADA and Sidewalk Improvement Project Update

This is a status update on the project to improve sidewalks as well as ADA access throughout the Capitol Campus. 

Work this week

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