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Swim advisory at Vancouver Lake

Vancouver Lake has developed areas of green, scummy water. Public Health staff have posted caution signs at the lake advising swimmers that the water could pose health risks. Staff are getting water samples tested and will advise the public if the lake needs to be closed. Meanwhile, please always take precautions when swimming at Vancouver Lake, even when the lake is open. Always avoid areas of scummy water, and shower after swimming. More information >

Powerful stories from former smokers help current smokers quit

In the CDC's latest "Tips from Former Smokers" ads, ex-smokers describe the devastating impact of smoking on their lives. Ads are airing on cable TV stations nationwide. See them at www.cdc.gov/tips. More information >

Public Health receives national award for excellence, innovation

Life jackets to borrow at Marine Park boat launch, Klineline Pond

Cold water in Clark County rivers and lakes heightens need to swim safely

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To request public records involving Public Health, please submit a signed request form (PDF) to Clark County Public Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., PO Box 9825, Vancouver, WA 98666 or FAX to (360) 397-8091.

For questions regarding public records call (360) 397-8477 or email Julie.Grimm@clark.wa.gov.

 
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Growing Healthier
Did you know that communities can be designed to improve health? Find out how Public Health and Community Planning are promoting a healthy future for Clark County >

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