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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 Membership Program This beautiful park and … Read More
Would you like to help the park thrive by donating supplies, skills, labor or sponsorship? We have many opportunities including Sunday work parties, Board membership, and project committees. We’d love to hear from you! Fill out the form below and we will get back to you right away!
Summer Concerts at the Park West Central Park Project All concerts start at 7pm July 20th: Van Dylan and the Dead July 27th: Cool Breeze Group August 3rd: The Lumen August 17th: Luminary Processionw/ Climate Change and Artesian Rumble August 24th: Rooster Tails August 31st: Heavy Pettys Friday Free Film Fun West … Read More
A PARK FOR USThe corner of Harrison Avenue and Division Street is one of the central intersections of West Olympia. It sat untouched for many years after old Rowland Lumber Company building was torn down in 1997. Over the years, multiple commercial buyers attempted to develop the site only to fail for a variety of … Read More
This was a meeting with Alicia Elliott and Steve Friddle going over the WCP vision, chronology, and site plans. Permits for all the prospective park features were discussed, as well as the subject of how we can begin the process of getting a new water meter, and what the alley vacation process … Read More
This was a preliminary board meeting with Alicia Elliott, Dennis Lyon, Ann Vandeman, Kathleen Byrd, and Peter Sanderson, at Dino’s coffee Shop and on site at Harrison and Division. We discussed the site plans, the vision, the chronology, the web site and non profit status, and in addition, identified ourselves as the … Read More
It was decided that the park, instead of being given to the city, would be developed by the neighbors, for the neighborhood, and that long term maintenance would be the responsibility of a “West Central Park – entity” that would belong to the community. This decision was arrived at through learning that … Read More