CPU hosts Race for Warmth in Vancouver

January 19, 2019 by  

Clark Public Utilities (CPU), which provides utility services to customers in Clark County, is inviting everyone to take part in the upcoming Race for Warmth.

The proceeds from the [Read more]

Vancouver receives state grant for street improvement project

December 14, 2018 by  

The City of Vancouver recently announced the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) has awarded it a grant of $3m to help fund its Southeast First Project.

The project will [Read more]

Hurley project now underway

December 14, 2018 by  

Another new construction project has begun in Vancouver. The Hurley Development Condo Office tower, located at 1st and Columbia streets near the railroad, is now underway.

The mixed-use project will [Read more]

Vancouver toy drive off and running

November 26, 2018 by  

The fourth Korey’s Joy Drive is now underway in Vancouver, as the city collects warm clothing and toys.

Vancouver is [Read more]

Vancouver housing projects request funding

November 26, 2018 by  

Voters in Vancouver, Washington, recently approved an Affordable Housing Fund to address the lack of housing in the community. The city recently received 16 applications for these funds.

The projects [Read more]

C-Tran board wants I-5 bridge replaced

October 26, 2018 by  

A number of government agencies in Southwest Washington have been urging state leaders to start the process of replacing the I-5 bridge, and now the C-Tran Board of Directors has joined the effort, according to an article in [Read more]

Port of Vancouver schedules budget workshop

October 22, 2018 by  

The Board of Commissioners of the Port of Vancouver USA has scheduled a workshop at which it will discuss the preliminary 2019 budget for the port.

Open to the public, the [Read more]

Vancouver looking for 15 people to review city’s charter

September 22, 2018 by  

The charter that guides the operations and structure of Vancouver’s government must be reviewed every five years, and that review is upcoming. The city recently asked for volunteers to undertake the task.

Voters approved the [Read more]

Vancouver schedules opening ceremonies for Waterfront Park

September 2, 2018 by  

A grand opening has been scheduled for Vancouver Waterfront Park, a new public space that is adjacent to a new mixed-use development along the Columbia River. The park will comprise 7.3 acres.

The City of Vancouver, Gramor Development, and [Read more]

Parking in downtown Vancouver discussed with city council

August 18, 2018 by  

Chad Eiken, the community and economic development director for Vancouver, and Rick Williams, who’s with Rick Williams Consulting, attended a workshop with the city council recently, and provided members with information about parking in the city. [Read more]

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