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Located in Thurston County, the capital city of Olympia offers a charming downtown, beautiful tree-lined neighborhoods and a great school system. Mild winters and warm summers make Olympia an ideal place for outdoor recreation with an abundance of public parks for everyone to enjoy. Throughout the city, hiking and biking trails wander through the evergreen forests and lead to saltwater beaches. Olympia is also a major cultural center of the Puget Sound region offering public art throughout the city.
With outstanding schools, a low crime rate, clean air and water, and close proximity to major cities, Lacey is a desirable place to live. Located on the southern tip of Puget Sound, in the shadows of Mt. Ranier, Lacey is unforgettably Northwest. There are more than 1,200 acres of public park, five freshwater lakes within the city, several championship golf courses and miles of hiking and biking baths. You can also find a selection of arts and events to choose from throughout the year.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Tumwater is a city with a rich heritage. Founded next to the falls of the Deschutes River, it was the first American settlement on the Puget Sound. Tumwater is now a wonderful community where you can live, work and play. The city’s many parks and open spaces provide a perfect opportunity for those looking to unwind and reconnect with nature.
Mid-way between Seattle and Portland, Rochester is a small community that was founded in 1852 and built around the lumber industry. After the lumber industry died down, Rochester became a large producer of strawberries. Today, many residents commute to work in surrounding communities including Olympia, Washington and Chehalis, Washington.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Tenino is a small city defined by its history. Initially a railroad town, and then as the home to Tenino sandstone. Tenino is also home to the Yelm-Tenino Trail, a 14-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail that travels through the beautiful landscape of South Thurston County. Tenino is a bedroom community with many of its citizens commuting to larger cities such as Olympia and Tacoma for work.
Highly attractive and affordable, Yelm stands out among the most-livable cities in Thurston County. Yelm offers safe neighborhoods, affordable housing, great schools, an abundance of parks, family-oriented community celebrations, and a vast array of business, employment and volunteer opportunities.