Animal Control Advisory Board
Under Section 8.01.030 of the Clark County Code, the Clark County Council has established an Animal Protection and Control Advisory Board. The purpose of the advisory board is:
- To advise the county council on issues and needs relating to animal protection and control services in Clark County, and through comprehensive planning and other measures, promote the most efficient service possible.
- To promote measures that encourage greater awareness of animal protection and control services and responsibilities of pet ownership
- To promote measures that prevent injury to property and minimize annoyances and hazards that may result from uncontrolled animals.
- To promote measures that prevent injury to and the inhumane treatment of animals.
|Holly Blosser||Animal welfare||10/31/20|
|Regan Thomason||Dog owner||10/31/21|
|Dr. Christy Novick||Veterinarian||10/31/19|
|Charlena Miller||At large||10/31/20|
|Ariel Young||Owns animal other than dog or cat||10/31/21|
|Kyle Sciuchetti||No domestic animals||10/31/19|
|Lynn Parker, vice-chair||At large||10/31/19|
|Anne Nipp||Facility owner||10/31/21|
|Stephanie Hope||Livestock owner||10/31/19|
|Pat Vichas, chair||Cat owner||10/31/19|
If you are interested in applying for the board, please see the advisory board application.
Meetings are held quarterly at 6:30 pm on the fourth Thursday. See agenda for location. January 24 meeting location is Clark County Public Safety Complex, 505 NW 179th St., Ridgefield, WA.