The following is a statement from Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins regarding the State Facemask Mandate. As Sheriff, I have been asked what the Clark
IMPORTANT NOTE: Per the State of Washington guidelines on gatherings, please be aware that any events posted on the site may be canceled or rescheduled. We always recommend you double-check the event status directly with the event organizer if you have any questions or concerns.
Customers should always keep their guard up whenever someone claiming to be from the utility contacts them—especially if they’re contacted at odd hours, like evenings or weekends. And remember, Clark Public Utilities has suspended disconnects during this pandemic.
Washington State has become a target of fraudulent unemployment claims. City, state, and federal law enforcement agencies are investigating after a rise in unemployment fraud claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local businesses to benefit from suspension of directory listing charges; plus free package upgrades, free new listings, and new business tools launching. The Covid-19 situation
Now more than ever, kids are eager for activities that capture their interest. That’s why the Humane Society for Southwest Washington (HSSW) put a new spin on animal fun by bringing its Discover Camp to kids at home!
Clark County is updating the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan and is seeking community input to help direct future priorities for the Clark County parks system.
Join Why Racing Events for the Inaugural Race to Equality 5K, 10K and Half Marathon to bring awareness to racial inequality while raising funds to support scholarships to the African American community.
It survived the most severe floods, winds, drought, ice, and snow, but not 2020. For all practical purposes, Vancouver’s venerable Old Apple Tree has died at the age of 194.
At all city parks, the Vancouver Parks and Recreation Department has reopened playgrounds; sports courts; the Leverich Park disc golf course; Swift Skate Park; Wintler Park: and public restrooms.
The Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office and the city’s volunteer Fire Corps will kick off its Project Home Safe fire and life safety campaign in Vancouver starting this July.
In this week’s Business Spotlight interview, we talk with Chris Lewis, the Chief Visionary Officer, of the Lewis Group CPAs P.C. Chris drops some incredible knowledge for all businesses to utilize. He also let it slip that they have some goodies if
Adorable and funny dogs will be the focus of the Virtual First Friday event for Downtown Camas for July. A new dog-themed game or activity will be posted every morning June 28th-July 3rd.
The bottom line is there is a shortage of diapers and wipes. Help Northwest Children’s Outreach meet an emergency need for diapers and wipes during their Diaper and Wipes Drive June 23- July 3, 2020.
The last day of school is usually a fun day, with class parties, snacks, and games, but with this year’s shift to online school, making the last day special was a challenge. So the teachers at Union Ridge and South Ridge Elementary Schools decided to end the year with a car parade through their students’ neighborhoods.
Book lovers rejoice! After three months of closure to the public, Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries is able to start curbside distributions of library hold materials.
Join Pomeroy Farm for their July “Farm Days” and 100 Year Celebration of the Historic Log House at Pomeroy Farm on Saturday and Sunday, July 4-5, 2020. Due to current safety guidelines, this year’s Farm Days event will be altered to make it social distance friendly, and fun for the whole family.
While there will be no official Clark County Fireworks show on the Fourth of July this year, residents are still allowed to buy fireworks beginning Sunday, June 28th. However, for the Independence Day holiday, residents can use fireworks in unincorporated Clark County only from 9:00 AM to midnight on Saturday, July 4.
A national building industry organization, Roofing Technology Think Tank (RT3), comprised of a group of
Almost 500 Clark County property owners may benefit from a small but mighty mobile home bill that passed this past winter and went into effect on June 11.
Playground structures, sports courts, and picnic tables within Battle Ground City Parks have officially reopened. Clark County moved into Phase 2 of Washington State’s Safe Start Plan on June 5 which allows outdoor recreation with no more than 5 people.
Food is incredibly important for a developing child or teen, and yet over 20,000 children in Clark County are considered food insecure. The goal of the Summer Meals program is to give all children 18 and under access to nutritious meals in low-income areas while they do not have access to free/reduced school meals.
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center volunteers who have been furloughed since March 18 due to COVID-19 are planning to return to the hospital this Thursday, June 18, 2020, for a 12:30 PM motorcade to show their support and appreciation for the hospital’s medical workers.
Vancouver’s Interim County Manager Kathleen Otto is seeking applicants for several open positions on the volunteer Animal Protection and Control Advisory Board.
Vancouver Public Schools is seeking applicants for position 2 on the board of directors, from which former director Mark Stoker resigned on June 1.
Because sometimes you can’t wait until the weekend to get a taste of freshness.
The East Vancouver Farmers Market will be open on Thursdays, June 18th to August 27th, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at 17701 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver.
The City of Vancouver is seeking a volunteer interested in serving on
On April 28th, Ridgefield School District officials recognized the April Employee and Students of the Month at the regular Board of Directors meeting.
The City of Vancouver is seeking two volunteers interested in representing the city on the Clark County Historic Preservation Commission. The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM, Wednesday, May 13, 2020.
The City of Battle Ground continues to take guidance from public health officials who recommend additional social-distancing steps to support the efforts against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. With the continued spread of the virus throughout the region, the City of Battle Ground is closing all city offices to public access effective today, March 17.
Clark County is seeking applicants for three positions on its Commission on Aging. The commission manages and implements the county’s Aging Readiness Plan and fosters countywide awareness, dialogue, and insight into challenges and opportunities for residents of all ages, incomes, and abilities.
County Manager Shawn Henessee is seeking applicants for three for Clark County residents that represent a licensed veterinarian, a livestock owner, and a member at large for the Animal Control Advisory Board.