There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Olympia, WA.
You might be downsizing your living space or just need a little extra room for your things.
You might be getting married and some of your favorite furniture and items don't fit in your new home.
You might need a place to store merchandise or equipment for your home-based business.
You might need a long term storage solution for all that extra merchandise or equipment for your company.
You might need a place to store a vehicle for a while so a self-storage unit would be the perfect solution.
If for any reason you find you need a self storage unit, we are here to help. Reserve online, visit one of our locations, or give us a call at 1-800-688-8057 to get your storage unit today!
How much is a storage unit in Olympia, WA?
The cheapest storage unit in Olympia, WA is $173.00 per month.
What size storage units do you have available in Olympia, WA?
In Olympia, WA we have sizes that range from 10'x10' to 10'x20' to suit your storage needs.
How much is it for a 10'x10' storage unit in Olympia, WA?
The cheapest 10'x10' storage unit in Olympia, WA is $173.00 per month.
Moving to Olympia
Olympia, the capital of Washington, may not be the state's most populated city, but it offers all the benefits of a state capital with the charm of a small town. While the city doesn't even rank in Washington's top 20 most populated areas, this beautiful spot is home to just over 50,000 people. Over the past half-decade, the population has increased by about 5,000, making it the 13th-fastest-growing area in the Evergreen State.
Along with its expansive growth over the past five years, Olympia is conducting a major port renovation, which will continue through 2025. This has a number of important implications for the city and its growth. The projected dredging will allow larger ships to reach the port, and the proposed increase to rail activity at the Marine Terminal will facilitate easier moving of cargo.
The revitalization of the East Bay District has exciting implications for residents and visitors. This once industrial area is now home to the new Hands On Children's Museum. The 13-acre East Bay District is pedestrian friendly and will ultimately become a mixed-use development area blending commercial, retail, hospitality, and education opportunities.
The city of Olympia created the Neighborhood Crossroads Program to foster a greater sense of community. Neighborhood elements are planned that could include gathering places or neighborhood nooks (like benches or other seating areas), intersection paintings, or other creative installations meant to enhance community identity. The city is not forcing these spots on the neighborhoods but asking neighborhoods to apply with their ideas.
Olympia is also working with the Environmental Protection Agency and its Greening America's Capitals Program, as the city would like to institute changes that would make Capitol Way, the main street in downtown Olympia, more pedestrian and bicycle friendly while creating a more attractive area with more trees and less flooding.
The cost of living in Olympia is nearly 13 percent higher than the United States' average, but this is offset by higher-than-average wages, as well as slower energy costs thanks in part to the city's close proximity to a hydroelectric power plant.
Between the state of Washington and local government, there are nearly as many positions (30,000) in the public sector as there are people who live in Olympia. Opportunities also exist in health care with Providence St. Peter Hospital and Capital Medical Center. A large mall means plenty of retail positions as well.
Olympia's designation as the state capital nurtures a healthy tourism industry. Olympia's residents surpass much of the nation in educational background. The city hopes that this, along with incentives, will help it attract more technology companies to further increase the diversification of its economy.
Olympia boasts one of the oldest school districts in Washington, founded in 1852. The school districts serving Olympia are the Olympia, Griffin and WA He Lut Indian districts. They received an 8 out of 10 overall rating from GreatSchools based on their test scores. Black Lake Elementary School, Washington Middle School and Jefferson Middle School each received a perfect 10.
Our lowest priced units in Olympia, WA average $180.50 per month.
158 people have reserved units in Olympia, WA in the past 30 days.
There are 2 locations within Olympia, WA's city limits.
*Subject to change. Offered only on selected units. Subject to availability. This offer applies only to the rental fee. Other restrictions, taxes, and fees, including an administrative fee, apply. See contract for full details.
Public Storage is the leading provider of storage units for your personal, business and vehicle needs with thousands of locations nationwide. We offer a wide variety of units and sizes available with no obligation, no long-term commitment and no credit card required. Call today at 1-800-688-8057 for a free reservation and get your first month for just $1.
*Subject to change. Offered only on selected units. Subject to availability. This offer applies only to the rental fee. Other restrictions, taxes, and fees, including an administrative fee, apply. See contract for full details. Promotions good for new customers only. Not available on transfers or additional spaces. Pricing subject to change. Reservation required to guarantee price. Actual unit sizes may vary from approximate size estimate. Please inspect any unit before renting. Online pricing available only for online reservations and rentals. Not sure about the size you need? Don't worry, online pricing discount will be honored for any rental originating from an online reservation.
†Terms and Conditions - Reservation Deposits: A non-refundable reservation deposit is required for some reservations. This deposit will be applied as a credit to rent after move-in. Reservations are valid only for the reservation period specified. Payment of a reservation deposit guarantees a unit's availability during the reservation period for the price listed at the time the reservation is made. In the event a previously reserved unit or similar unit becomes unavailable, you agree that your only remedy is a refund of the reservation deposit. Otherwise, failure to enter a lease for a Public Storage unit within the reservation period results in forfeiture of the reservation deposit.