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Intermittent Phone Service: Incoming calls to Tumwater City Hall impacted by service disruption.

This does not impact emergency calls to 911.

Our service provider has identified the source of the problem, and is working to restore full service. We apologize for an inconvenience this may have caused. 
(last updated Friday, June 22, 2018, 4:15 p.m.)

On Wednesday, October 16th, work to upgrade the VOA website will take place between 1500 UTC and 1900 UTC. Visitors to our website may experience problems during that time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

On Wednesday, October 16th, work to upgrade the VOA website will take place between 1500 UTC and 1900 UTC. Visitors to our website may experience problems during that time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Parks & Trails

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Please note: City park hours are sunrise to sunset.
The Isabella Bush Park is a 20-acre passive park site with just over one-half mile of walking paths. There are several wetland areas within the park and it also serves as a regional storm water infiltration pond. It is home to a variety of wildlife in the area including deer, rabbits, raccoons, owls and a wide variety of birds. Isabella Bush Park serves several purposes and supports community partnerships with the Tumwater School District and Tumwater FRESH. The park serves as the home of Tumwater FRESH (Farm Rooted Education for Sustainability & Health), a youth farming program operated by Tumwater School District. The FRESH Barn and farming areas are visible from most areas within the park.
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