East Bay Public Plaza

A community open space with a reclaimed water stream

The plaza is an urban open space with unique features and amenities in the heart of the East Bay district. The plaza features a wading stream and a demonstration wetland, both fed by Class A Reclaimed Water. The stream is the first reclaimed water feature in the state officially approved for play. The plaza also features artwork, interpretive elements, benches, restrooms, and a small stage.

The East Bay Plaza, owned and operated by LOTT, opened to the public in 2012. The plaza was designed and built as a result of a working partnership between the City of Olympia, LOTT, Hands On Children's Museum, and the Port of Olympia to provide public benefits and revitalize the East Bay area.

Note: The plaza is closed until further notice to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Explore the East Bay Public Plaza (PDF)