Clark County is committed to fostering a safe, secure future that conserves natural resources while meeting basic human needs, including clean water, air, and food, along with shelter, education, and employment. This commitment to a sustainable future is a key consideration in developing public programs and policies, operating public facilities, and delivering public services.
New Green Neighbors Program launches
Sign up to become a Green Neighbor, share green ideas, learn about upcoming events, or simply enjoy all the information ClarkGreenNeighbors.org has to offer. We want to welcome you to our green neighborhood. Visit today!
Learn how the county is overcoming barriers and supporting development of sustainable communities.
Policies and reports
View policies and reports that guide the county's sustainability initiatives.
To request public records involving Environmental Services, contact Bobbi Trusty at (360) 397-2121 ext. 5268 or e-mail Bobbi.Trusty@clark.wa.gov.