Meetings are held quarterly on the fourth Thursday at 6:30 p.m., at the Clark County Operations Center, 4700 NE 78th Street, Vancouver.
Domestic animals enrich the lives of many county residents. However, if not cared for properly, these animals can also be disruptive to a neighborhood. Animal Protection and Control can help resolve animal control problems such as stray or vicious animals, noise complaints and reports of animal cruelty.
Safety tips to keep in mind when you encounter a dog
Leash and scoop laws dog owners should know before heading out with their dog
Applications and forms, fees, and licensing locations
Reasons to spay or neuter your pet, low-cost services, and community assistance grants.
Development regulations and resources for creating livestock plans
Online report form, cruelty and nuisance regulations, and signs of horse neglect or abuse
Hay donations for horses in need
View this video for information about the hay donation program. Contact Lori Harris (360) 798-3515 to donate or if you are in need of hay.
Our territory covers more than 600 square miles, from Woodland to Washougal. We serve all unincorporated county areas as well as Vancouver.
Services provided within city limits can be accessed by calling the appropriate jurisdiction.
- Battle Ground - (360) 342-5100
- Camas/Washougal - (360) 335-0432
- La Center - (360) 263-2745
- Ridgefield - (360) 887-3556
- Yacolt - (360) 686-3922