On-Line Community Meetings

Thurston County Government is coordinating online meetings as a way to help citizens stay engaged in local government while observing the Governor's Stay at Home proclamation (PDF). 

Participate in a Meeting
Use the meeting link if you will join online video and audio with your computer or smart phone. Use the phone number if you plan to join the audio portion only, using a phone. Please note: If using a phone or smart phone, your number will be visible to everyone on the call.  

​Group Name
​Date of Next Meeting
Link & Phone Numbers
​Instructions (How to Join the Meeting)
Meeting Materials
Additional Information
​Fair Board

Basic Instructions (PDF)

​Hearing Examiner
January 25, 2022

10 a.m. 

Webinar ID:
892 4337 3732



Phone 1-253-215-8782
Basic Instructions (PDF)
Agenda (PDF)
Hearing Examiner Webpage
​Historic Commission


January 12, 2022

6:30 p.m.

Link to Historic Commission Meeting

Webinar ID:


898 7058 2476



Phone 1-253-215-8782


Basic Instructions (PDF)

Agenda (PDF)

Historic Commission Webpage

Planning Commission Meeting


February 2, 2022

6:30 p.m.

Link to Planning Commission online meeting



Webinar ID: 864 6979 9479 

Passcode: 452051

Phone 1-253-215-8782



Basic Instructions (PDF)
Zoom website
​Get PC's meeting Packet

​Storm & Surface Water Advisory Board

​Thursday, January 21, 2021, 5:30 p.m.

Link to Storm & Surface Water Advisory Board Online Meeting​

Webinar ID:
831 4166 0693

Passcode: 293210

Phone 1 253 215 8782

Quick Start​ Instructions (PDF)
​SSWAB web page

​What to Expect

Learning the technology
If you haven't used online meeting services regularly, you may find it takes a bit of practice.  County staff tested various services and found that computers, audio, video, smart phones and other devices or components sometimes don't work the way you hope. Be patient with yourself and others. The first few times may be a bit clunky.

Rules of Civil Particpation
Please be civil and courteous when engaging with others online. These meetings are recorded. To learn more, watch Thurston County Commissioners discuss civility on Youtube.