Northwest Olympia Neighborhood Association (NWONA) is a City of Olympia recognized neighborhood association for the Northwest Olympia Neighborhood (map) bounded by the West shore of Budd Inlet, the North side of Harrison Avenue, the East side of Division Street, and north to the City limits, excluding the Lenox Knoll, the West Bay Drive, and the Burbank Neighborhood Associations. We are a non-profit association of your neighbors who are interested in promoting the quality of life for the residents of our community. NWONA's mission is to enhance the livability of our community through citizen participation at all levels of our community. We strive to communicate, cooperate, and collaborate.
Please join your neighbors on nwona.nextdoor.com NEXTDOOR for the most up-to-date communications and events.
Fall Annual Meeting
Thursday, November 2nd, 7:00
at Garfield Elementary School.
in the multi-purpose room/cafeteria
Please bring a dessert to share.
Coffee and tea will be provided.
Neighborhood Board Meetings
The NWONA Board meets on the 4th Monday of every month at the Garfield Elementary School Library. Please contact any of the Board Directors if you would like to attend or have an agenda item. All are welcome but space is limited! Minutes from the April meeting can be found in our meeting minute archive.
Matching Grant Updates
NWONA recently was awarded two City of Olympia neighborhood Matching Grants for two projects; Maintenance and Upkeep for our Northwest Volunteer Park and Mural Painting on the Olympia Police Department Westside Station. More details to come as we finalize these projects, but we're excited about the possibilities!