About Tumwater City Council
The Tumwater City Council meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Tumwater City Hall, 555 Israel Road SW, Tumwater, Washington. See map. This is a formal Council meeting for the purpose of conducting official City business and includes public comments; public hearings; presentations; the adoption of ordinances and resolutions, contracts, agreements, and budgets. The City Council has adopted Rules of Procedure to assist in the orderly conduct of Council business. These meetings are generally televised locally.
Tumwater City Council Meeting Schedule
Council Meetings1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.Council ChambersTumwater City Hall555 Israel Road SWTumwater, WA 98501Council Worksessions
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.Tumwater Fire Department Headquarters Training Room311 Israel Road SWTumwater, WA 98501
Council/Committee Meeting Schedule
The City Council meeting agenda and supporting documents will be posted to the website the Friday afternoon before the Tuesday Council meeting. Please note that some agenda items may take some time to download depending on the file size. For meeting records older than the current year, please access those records from the Tumwater Records Center.
Agendas and supporting documents are available on the City website under each meeting type and from the City calendar. You can also sign up for e-Notifications to get Council and Worksession meeting agendas and other City news delivered to your Inbox!
Citizens are encouraged to express their opinions on any matter within the Council's authority. Oral presentations and written communications are both appropriate methods of expression during public meetings. Written communications may be directed to the City Council at City Hall or sent by email to email@example.com.
If you want to address an issue that is scheduled for a public hearing, plan to attend the Council meeting and speak during the hearing; if you want to speak to another issue, sign up at the meeting or make yourself known during the “public comment” period held early in each Council meeting.
During the public comment period, speakers must step to the lectern located at the front of the room, and state their name and address for the record. Speakers are asked to limit their remarks to no more than three minutes, or no more than five minutes when presenting the official position of a recognized organization. Learn more about Attending a City Council Meeting.