Lacey, WA

Welcome to Our Community

Lacey, Washington, lies on the southern tip of Puget Sound. Just off Interstate 5, this small city is located close to Olympia and Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The Nisqually River also runs past Lacey, and the city is adjacent to the 3,7000-acre Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, and it’s just a 45-minute drive to Mount Rainier. For those who love taking advantage of the Pacific Northwest’s great outdoors, Lacey also offers five freshwater lakes within the city, over 1,200 acres of park, and many miles of hiking paths and golf courses for residents to enjoy. In fact, nearly 20 percent of the city is set aside for parks and natural areas.

Tapping into the region’s focus on sustainability, Lacey is the 12th city to be named a Green Power Community by the Environmental Protection Agency, with five percent of its energy coming from sustainable sources.

Lacey’s proximity to several large metropolitan areas, including Olympia and Tacoma, makes it desirable for commuters. It also has the highest median household income in Thurston County. Coupled with low crime rates and well-regarded schools, Lacey is an attractive place to settle. Speaking of education, Lacey has well-regarded public and private schools and is also home to Charter College and Saint Martin’s University.

Lacey has an appealing waterfront and lovely mountain views, which you can enjoy year-round, thanks to the region’s temperate climate. With homes ranging from urban-style townhomes to single-family houses, Lacey offers a variety of dwelling options for residents with a suburban feel. Its smaller size makes the city easy to get around, but you’ll also find all the amenities you’d need quickly within reach.

If you’d like to learn more about Lacey, let us know! We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.

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