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.
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.
For members of Battle Ground high schools’ Health Occupation Students of America, or HOSA clubs,
Join StreamTeam in celebrating Make a Difference Day of Service 2020 by sharing how you
Northwest Wine and Food Society announced the third award in their Restaurant Reboot program. A $2000 grant was awarded to Keri Buhman of C’est la Vie French café in Vancouver. The grant is for the support of reopening and ongoing expenses in wake of the pandemic.
The season is changing quickly from “Fall” to “Fell”. Don’t let clogged stormwater drains dampen your spirits or drain your wallet. Clark County residents can once again use the Free Leaf Disposal Coupon for disposal of leaves at four drop-off sites, from October 1 through December 31, 2020.
Clark County Public Health’s Green Neighbors program is turning eight this year, and the public
The Washington Public Utility Districts Association presented its annual Water Employee of the Year award to
Clark Public Utilities Operations Manager Oscar Maciel. The award is presented to a field operator or staff person
who has excelled in the successful operation and maintenance of a PUD water or wastewater system.
North Clark Historical Museum will be reopening on Saturday, October 10th, noon to 4:00 pm.
Volunteers from the Vancouver Police NOW (Neighbors On Watch) will join the Clark County Sheriff’s
What do you do when Covid-19 keeps wreaking havoc on Live events? You straighten your crown, lace up your sneakers, RISE, and go for a Run or Walk! The Annual Girlfriends Run offers a Half Marathon, 10K and 6K designed specifically for women to get together to do something good for themselves and to help support a very important women’s cause.
With the cold, wet, Pacific Northwest Fall and Winter coming upon us, Share Vancouver is holding its Seats and Feets Drive collecting new underwear, socks, and diapers through the month of October.
During the first week of this month, Clark Public Utilities customers are invited to submit
BirdFest and Bluegrass is the main event every year that the Friends of Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge puts on to bring awareness to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, and all that is has to offer. Thie year the event will take place virtually on October 3, 2020.
The After-school Program is designed to give kids safe and active opportunities to connect with peers and positive adult role models. Participants will experience hands-on learning, creative art projects, and physical exercise in a fun, supportive environment.
Lights, Camera, AUCTION! Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s annual event is going virtual this year to safely support the animals, and they’ve staged some engaging and fun ways to participate.
Star Wars fans and those who love the fall will appreciate the activities of October First Friday in Downtown Camas. The theme is “Pumpkin Pageant and Star Wars Costume Contest!” with events happening all week starting on September 27th and going through First Friday, October 2, 2020.
Batman had one. Superman had one. So did Wonder Woman. And you do, too. What do we all have in common? We want to keep our identity safe.
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe,
“When the City Went Quiet” follows second-grader Estelle, her single mother who is trying to balance parenting and working from home, and their emotional experiences with COVID-19. Told through the eyes of a young child experiencing changes caused by the coronavirus, the book explores how kids can cope and learn helpful ways to keep their community and loved ones safe and healthy.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants to fill one opening on
Service Alternatives licenses foster homes for children between the ages of 6 and 18 years old, in Washington state, who need some additional support in order to be successful. To find out more about Foster Parenting, Service Alternatives invites you to join them for a Virtual Foster parent Information Night on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants for two vacancies on the Downtown Redevelopment Authority (DRA) Board of Directors. There is no city residency requirement to serve on the board.
The League of Women Voters has planned four candidate forums on Clark County races. Candidates for the Washington State Legislature, Clark County Council and Clark County Charter Review Commission will participate in four forums sponsored by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Clark County.