Vancouver Seeks Parks and Recreation Enthusiasts

The City of Vancouver is seeking local parks and recreation enthusiasts to fill three vacancies on its Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission (PRAC). The deadline to apply for these positions is 5:00 PM, Friday, June 26, 2020.

Battle Ground City Council Helping Residents and Businesses with Tax Decrease

The Battle Ground City Council recognized that many residents and businesses of the City are experiencing financial hardships related to the COVID-19 public health emergency. In order to offer a small measure of relief, the council has taken action to reduce the City’s water, sewer and stormwater utility tax rate from the current 22 percent to 12 percent.

Vancouver Community Gardens Getting Ready to Grow

To help ensure residents have continued access to fresh fruit and vegetables, Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes issued Emergency Order 2020-12 on April 22nd related to the closure of city-owned community gardens and gave some the “green” thumbs up.

When Will I Get My Stimulus Check?

Many folks have already received their stimulus funds via direct deposit or check. If you haven’t received your stimulus check, then you’re probably wondering when it’s going to arrive.

Can You Wait to Take a Dump?

A result of nice weather and more time at home due to Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, Clark County transfer stations are seeing an influx of people dropping off garbage and yard debris. 

School Districts Offer Free Childcare for Healthcare Workers and First Responders

Schools play a vital role in getting communities through a crisis. Even now, when our local schools are closed, they continue to provide essential services that help feed our students bodies and minds, as well as also supporting the efforts of our first responders and health care workers by providing them free childcare during this crisis.

City of Vancouver Closes Playgrounds, Sports Courts and Picnic Shelters

Vancouver Parks and Recreation is closing all active recreation areas in city parks, including sports courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters and other areas where maintaining appropriate social distancing is difficult. The closure goes into effect immediately and will remain in place through April 30.

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