LDS Realtors/Agents - Olympia, WA

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Olympia, Washington

Olympia is the capital of Washington. The first recorded visit by Europeans was in 1792 when Peter Puget and a crew from the British Vancouver Expedition charted the site. Birthplace of riot grrl music and home to an energetic independent art and music scene, Olympia is a hub of innovative cultural movements. The nontraditional Evergreen State College draws young pioneers and artists while the surrounding landscape of Puget Sound beckons the environmentally aware to its embrace.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 4.34% of the population of Olympia, WA. In the state of Washington there are 149,089 members in 36 stakes, 253 wards, 50 branches, 3 missions, and 3 temples.

LDS History

In 1852, John Bozarth, a Church member who had lived in Nauvoo, Ill., settled on the Lewis River in Washington Territory. In 1854 four missionaries serving in California, John Hughes, Clark Faben, Alfred Bybee, and Silas Harris, were sent to labor in the Washington and Oregon territories. Many Church members worked on the construction of the Northern Pacific and Oregon Short Line railroads in the 1880s and a few later moved into the Northwest.

Family Friendliness

There is something for everyone in Olympia. Enjoy an area rich in history, culture, adventure, sports, and museums. With 40 city parks incorporating 963 acres as well as a vast, municipally-funded public art collection, the city is a study in inventive and ecological civil design.

Seattle Washington Temple

61 miles NE of Olympia


Olympia was incorporated on January 28, 1859. The population was documented as 46,478 in the 2010 census. The city borders Lacey, to the East, and Tumwater to the South. Olympia is a major cultural center of the Puget Sound region.


The July high is around 77 degrees and the January low is 32. Olympia, WA, gets 51 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 18 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 164. On average, there are 136 sunny days per year in Olympia, WA.

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