Free training for landlords addresses common and emerging issues
Theresa Cross, Public Health
Vancouver, WA − Landlords in Clark and Cowlitz counties are invited to a free training that addresses a variety of routine and emerging issues. They include:
• Effective applicant screening techniques.
• Guidelines for regulating marijuana use in rentals.
• Lease language about things such as rules prohibiting tobacco smoking and limiting guest stays to facilitate property maintenance, reduce tenant disputes, and improve community health.
• Partnering with public health agencies to support property management goals.
The event will be 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, June 22, at the Center for Community Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Lunch and training materials are provided free. Parking in the lot north of the center.
To register, contact Carole Dalton at (360) 397-8126 or Carole.Dalton@clark.wa.gov.
For more information, call Theresa Cross at (360) 397-8000 ext. 7378.
Paid for by a federal Community Transformation grant, the training is sponsored by Clark County Public Health and Cowlitz County Health and Human Services. It is presented by John H. Campbell, a nationally-recognized expert on landlord-tenant problem-solving.