Lacey History Month – Belltowers

June 23rd, 2015 by Ken

In 1998 the Lacey 2000 Committee was looking at creating a sense of community by tying the various parts of the city together.   Belltowers were determined to be the best idea for that concept.   Belltowers would sprout up at various locations around Lacey.   The city would build the first one at Sleater-Kinney and Sixth Avenue.   It was never constructed because the city couldn’t get the property it needed to construct the tower – but Belltown Plaza on Sixth Avenue is named for it.   The only tower that was constructed is at College Street and Lacey Boulevard.

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