Winter weather is on its way. Stay informed on Clark County road conditions and travel safely.
NEWS UPDATE - Dec. 6, 2013
Clark County has about 15 pieces of equipment out in the urban part of the county. The county is focused on sanding and deicing, particularly in the Salmon Creek and Mount Vistas areas.
The storm has been a little deceiving in that snow did not begin falling until about 5 a.m. In addition, conditions are variable, with modest accumulation reported in some areas and relatively little in others.
The county intends to have having crews out all the way through the evening commute, unless we see a major shift in conditions.
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Will residential roads be plowed?
Clark County is responsible for maintaining 2,665 lane miles, roughly the driving distance between Vancouver and Atlanta, and does not have the resources to clear every street. We focus on the busiest roads to keep people, goods and services moving. Property owners are responsible for maintaining access to driveways and parking lots. View the snow route map for Clark County (PDF 6MB).
More frequently asked questions (PDF) about snow and ice removal, salt brine, and snowplows.
Report a road problem
Phone: (360) 397-2446
Online: Road maintenance request form
Information about any delays in garbage and recycling collection during a winter storm will be posted here.
During December 2008’s near-record snowfall, crews:
- Plowed 28,000 lane miles.
- Applied 85,000 gallons of salt-brine de-icer.
- Spread 2.14 million pounds of sanding rock.