Olympia Neighborhoods Map

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All Olympia neighborhoods

The city of Olympia, WA has a population of 49,608 and a population density of 2,725 people per square mile. There are a total of 33 Olympia, WA neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is The Birches and the largest neighhorhood by population is South Westside. The Olympia, WA neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In Olympia, WA

Olympia WA is a very cosmopolitan city, very inviting, with a variety of people. Finding living space in the neighborhood is not difficult since there aren't that many options available for one to choose. Olympia Downtown is not very suitable for residing in due to its size. There is some interesting mix of great old homes with tons of character on the west side, but also a lot of neglected homes and student oriented rentals. The east side is probably not as attractive and is a little rough than the west side. South- Central-Olympia on the Capitol Boulevard is great-- old homes, many of them very cool, great community feel. Ken Lake to the west of Olympia has some dockside properties. To the east, Lacey has had a lot of rapid development with mansions and condos. The Olympia public school district is very reliable. If you do proper research, you will find some suitable schools and activities. Olympia is an ideal environment for children. It has a unique character and little crime. It's only an hour from Seattle.

South Capitol

South Capitol neighborhood is found in Olympia, and it occupies approximately 0.25 square miles. Overall, expenses in South Capitol are 14% lower than the National Average. The overall risk of crime in South Capitol is 99% lower than the National Average. The area is zoned for Olympia School District, which has approximately 9,491 students distributed across 24 schools and is rated aobove average overall averaged on the test scores of students. Detailed information on the schools near any individual property can be found by looking up by street address.

Fain Park

Fain Park neighborhood is found in Olympia. It occupies an area of approximately 0.09 square miles. The overall risk of crime in Fain Park is much lower than the National Average. Fain Park is strategically placed in Olympia with easy access to amenities. The neighborhood has a fitness center, schools, grocery stores, coffee shops and restaurants. Several people here graduate and are employed hence raising the income per capita. The sunny weather can be enjoyed in the parks where families have picnics. Surrounding neighborhoods include South Capitol, Dupont, and Holiday Hills.

Holiday Hills

Holiday Hills is a neighborhood that is found in Olympia. It occupies an approximate area of 0.07 square miles in size. The occupants own most homes in the neighborhood. The risk of crime in Holiday Hills is lower than the National Average. Holiday Hills enjoys low crime rates and high graduation rates. The housing or real estate market is stable, and several residents have bought their homes. The neighborhood has a high income per capita, and most residents are employed. There are several amenities including groceries, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, and libraries. Public transport is adequate, and most residents use their vehicles for transportation. The availability of the amenities makes life in Holiday Hills perfect for average families with children.