|LOCAL LEADERS FORMALIZE REGIONAL HOUSING COUNCIL  |
Posted: Thursday, February 25, 2021
Thurston County, Lacey, Tumwater, Olympia, and Yelm sign agreement
February 24, 2021: Thurston County, along with the cities of Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, and Yelm finalized an agreement enabling local leaders to work together on providing solutions to the regional housing crisis.
|COMMUNITY INPUT REQUESTED ON HOMELESSNESS IN LACEY  |
Posted: Tuesday, February 9, 2021
LACEY, WA, February 9, 2021: The City of Lacey’s Community Workgroup on Homelessness invites the public to participate in a virtual open house from Monday, February 15 – Monday, March 1. Participants can visit the online open house any time during the 2-week period to learn about topics related to homelessness, share insights, and provide input on what they think the Workgroup should include in their homeless-response plan.
|LACEY CITY COUNCIL SEEKS EQUITY COMMISSION MEMBERS  |
Posted: Monday, February 1, 2021
LACEY, WA, February 1, 2021: The Lacey City Council is currently recruiting for eight Commissioners to serve on the recently formed Lacey Commission on Equity. Seven of the positions will be filled by a General Commissioner and one by a Youth Commissioner. Applicants must live within the Lacey City limits or in Lacey’s Urban Growth Area. The positions will remain open until filled.
|CITY OF LACEY HIRES ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER  |
Posted: Friday, January 15, 2021
LACEY, WA, January 15, 2021: Today, City Manager Scott Spence announced the appointment of Shannon Kelley-Fong as the City of Lacey's Assistant City Manager. The appointment follows a comprehensive recruitment and competitive selection process to fill this new position within Lacey's government. Kelley-Fong will begin her official duties February 1.
|COLLEGE STREET SE AT 31ST AVENUE REMAINS TEMPORARILY CLOSED  |
Posted: Wednesday, January 13, 2021
LACEY, WA, January 13, 2021: College Street SE in Lacey, between 31st Avenue SE and 37th Avenue SE, remains closed due to a fallen tree and power lines. Puget Sound Energy (PSE) has reviewed the site and classified it as an emergency. However, due to the magnitude of the storm damage, their resources are fully engaged in higher priority places. At the time of this release, PSE was not able to provide an estimated response time.