Tumwater City Hall and all City facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. Visit our COVID-19 webpage for more information.

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

Non-City Utilities

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Non-City Utilities 

The City of Tumwater provides general governmental services authorized by state law, including public safety (police, fire and emergency medical services), highways and streets, parks and recreation, planning and zoning, permits and inspections, general administration, and water, sewer and stormwater utility services. Other services are provided by partner public agencies, nonprofits, and private companies. For your convenience, a list of common services and links to providers is available below for new residents has been provided. See Welcome Packet for more information.

Electricity & Natural Gas

Puget Sound Energy is the primary electric utility service provider for Tumwater and surrounding communities.     
Visit or call 1-888-225-5773

Call Before You Dig: 8-1-1 (a free underground utility location service)


Power Outage Information
For 24/7 access to real-time power outage information, including estimates of when the power will come back on to your home or business, view the outage map, or call 1-888-225-5773. 

Garbage & Recycling 

Thurston County Solid Waste and Recovery Center (Public) & Hazo House

Self-haul solid waste and recycling to the facility seven days per week. The Hazo House has special hours of operation and takes most hazardous household substances.  

Browse to Thurston County Solid Waste program website or call (360) 867-2491 for more information.

Trash Collection

LeMay/Pacific Disposal/Waste Connections, Inc. provides curbside trash and recycling collection and hauling services to Tumwater and Thurston County residents. Call (360) 923-0111 or email