Tumwater City Hall, Old Town Center, and Tumwater Library will be closed Monday, February 18, 2019, in observance of Presidents' Day.

Water, sewer, and street problems can be reported by calling the Public Works hotline at (360) 754-4150.

Police, fire, and emergency medical response services will be available as usual. Emergency? Call 9-1-1

Intercity Transit

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Intercity Transit

Thurston County’s public transit service provider.transit-bus

By Bus – Use Intercity Transit trip planner to find bus routes and schedules.

Dial-a-lift - a door-to-door, shared-ride public transportation service for people with disabilities that prevent them from using our regular bus service. Service available for qualified individuals, where and when regular buses operate.

By Train – daily service from the Lacey Centennial Station to the metropolitan centers of Portland and Seattle with connections beyond. Passenger trains are operated by Amtrak.

Park & Ride – Find locations to park and commute on the Intercity Transit.  Visit Intercity Transit or  call (360) 786-1881, toll free 1-800-287-6348 or TTY (360) 943-5211. 

Bicycle – Maps and bicycling information available through the Thurston Regional Planning Council’s website. Online maps and pick-up locations are available on their website.

Express Bus Service from Tumwater Park & Ride

Intercity Transit's Express Route 609 provides weekday service between Tumwater and Lakewood with connections to Seattle. Park free at the Tumwater Park & Ride lot at Bonniewood Drive and Israel Road or at Hawks Prairie Park & Ride Lot to catch Route 609. This route and several other Express and local routes, also serves the Olympia Transit Center. Fare is $3 each way. Monthly passes are also available. Find Express Route maps and schedules for: 

Call Intercity Transit for more information at (360) 786-8585, 1-800-287-6348 (Outside Thurston County) or TTY (360) 943-5211. 

Other programs

The Bike PARTners program provides after-school workshops for students to learn bike maintenance and safe riding skills, one-on-one from volunteer instructors, and eventually earn their own bike. Donate used bicycles to the program. Call (360) 705-5839 for more information.