Welcome to the Wildwood Neighborhood

The Wildwood Center building in 1939, courtesy of Washington State Archives and the Thurston County Assessor’s Photograph Collection.

The purpose of the association is to preserve and improve the environment of the neighborhood, promote neighborhood safety and security, foster social ties, work in conjunction with other neighborhoods, and promote a better neighborhood and community through group action.

WNA Annual Meeting and Elections
Thursday, October 6 at 7 pm | Location: Lincoln Elementary Library

In addition to our annual board elections, please join us at our October 6th meeting to hear from Patrick Knouff, an Emergency Management Senior Program Specialist with the City of Olympia Fire Department. Patrick's emergency preparedness presentation will cover:
  • Olympia’s Hazards (earthquakes, winter storms, etc.)
  • All Hazards Planning concept (planning for impacts vs. causes)
  • Common Impacts to the Olympia Community (power outages, blocked roads, flooding, etc.)
  • Ways to Prepare (home, office, car, and hazard-specific preparation), and
  • Next Steps

We'll have time for neighbors to ask questions.

Patrick has worked for the City since August 2014, when he started as an emergency management planner. He has a Masters degree in Infrastructure Planning and Management from the University of Washington and is married with a 19-month-old son.

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