|LACEY CITY COUNCIL SEEKS HISTORICAL COMMISSION MEMBER  |
Posted: Friday, October 22, 2021
LACEY, WA, October 22, 2021: The Lacey City Council is currently recruiting for one vacancy on the Historical Commission. This vacancy is to fill an unexpired term, expiring on September 13, 2023. Applicants must be a City of Lacey resident or live in Lacey’s Urban Growth Area.
|CITY OF LACEY RECEIVES 2020-21 GOVERNOR’S SMART COMMUNITIES AWARD  |
Posted: Friday, October 8, 2021
LACEY, WA, October 8, 2021: The City of Lacey recently received a 2020-21 Governor’s Smart Communities Award for its Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) program. The City received this award in the Smart Housing Strategies for creative Plans, Policies, Programs, and/or Actions category. The annual award recognizes local governments and their partners for exceptional work in implementing the state’s Growth Management Act (GMA). The GMA establishes goals to coordinate and plan growth, maintain sustainable economic development, and preserve the quality of life in communities across Washington.
|COMMUNITY INVITED TO 20TH ANNIVERSARY 9/11 MEMORIAL EVENT  |
Posted: Thursday, September 2, 2021
LACEY, WA, September 2, 2021: The City of Lacey, in partnership with Gateway Rotary Club of Thurston County, invites the community to a 20th Anniversary 9/11 Memorial event. The free, outdoor event will take place on Saturday, September 11, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. outside The Hub in Lacey (676 Woodland Square Loop SE).
|LONG LAKE UNDER TOXIC BLUE-GREEN ALGAE ADVISORY  |
Posted: Friday, August 27, 2021
Levels unsafe for humans and pets
OLYMPIA – Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) is reporting a toxic algae bloom at Long Lake. Lab results show toxin levels of microcystin at the sample site are 17 ug/L. The state advisory level for microcystin is 8.0 ug/L. Microcystin is a liver toxin and possible human carcinogen. Microcystin can also cause illness in livestock and pets that drink affected water. Staff will collect samples weekly until the algae bloom clears. Warning signs are posted at the boat launch and other locations around the lake.