Ingersoll Stadium - Security and Key Cards

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In the summer and fall of 2013 the Olympia School District held two public forums seeking community input on the best ways to protect citizens’ investment in Ingersoll Stadium, located at 1302 North Street. Ingersoll had increasingly been the target of vandalism and misuse. In addition, in April 2013 the City of Olympia Hearing Examiner reaffirmed specific group use limitations for the stadium. As a result, the district began considering ways to make the stadium as accessible as possible to the community while maintaining a safe environment and meeting the Hearing Examiner’s use regulation requirements.

After considering input from the public meetings and other community comment, on Sept. 23 the Olympia School Board approved Procedure 4260P(D), a measure implementing new security measures around Ingersoll Stadium.

  • Overnight locking: Ingersoll Stadium is locked from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. 
  • Key card access:  Community members may obtain an electronic key card, giving them access to Ingersoll Stadium for personal, recreational use. The first card is free for OSD students; replacement of lost cards will be $10. Cards are $10 for community members. The cards do not expire. Lost cards for students and community members require a $10 replacement fee. For the safety of students, the facility is closed to public access, even with a key card, when an Olympia School District (OSD) school is conducting classes, activities, or athletic practices and games.


If you are a student

  1. Get a key card request form from your school’s athletic office (high schools), front office (middle and elementary schools) or access the form online, print and complete it. 
  2. Complete the form. If you are under 18, a parent/guardian must also sign the form.
  3. Return the form to your school’s athletic office (high schools) or front office (middle/elementary schools) or mail it to:  Ingersoll Key Card Center, Olympia School District, Capital Planning and Construction Office, Room 300, 1113 Legion Way SE, Olympia, WA. 98501. 
  4. The key card will be mailed to the address you provide on the form. NOTE:  For the protection of students, no picture or personally identifying information will be on the card.

If you are a community member

  1. Get a key card request form from your local school’s athletic office (high schools), front office (middle and elementary schools) or access the key card request form online. 
  2. Complete the form.
  3. Bring the form to the Olympia School District’s Capital Planning and Construction Office to have your photo taken and make the $10 payment for the card. Address:  Olympia School District’s Knox Administrative Center, 1113 Legion Way SE, Knox Information Center - 1st floor, Olympia, WA  98501. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to Noon. Phone number for inquiries:  (360) 596-8560. Please do not mail in a check, as you must come to the Knox building to have your picture taken for the card.
  4. Cards will be made on site and you will be able to take it home with you. 

Thank you for your support in helping our schools provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff, families and community members.