The Proebstel Neighborhood Association (PNA) boasts one of the largest rural geographical areas of Clark County’s neighborhoods and as such focuses on partnering with county and state entities to ensure Growth Management Act compliance within their rural boundaries.
Originally initiated in 2004 and reactivated in January 2018 the PNA Board serves to promote the common interests and welfare of all their neighbors by encouraging development that ensures the neighborhood’s livability while maintaining a rural sensibility.
The PNA is currently working with county and state officials to address traffic infrastructure concerns on WA HWY 500 and various county arterial roads near the urban growth boundary; they're also addressing concerns regarding surface mining on Livingston Mountain.
Camp Bonneville is six square miles also located within the PNA boundaries. For 85 years the Camp was primarily a training facility for various branches of the military. Today, the county works with the U.S. Army and the WA Department of Ecology to clean up the site so it may be used for future conservation purposes. The PNA will partner with the county as the Camp Bonneville Master Plan evolves.
Neighborhood Sheriff Liaison
Deputy Russ Bradseth
360.397.2211 ext. 5313
Neighborhood Fire Stations
Clark County Fire District 5/Vancouver Fire
7110 NE 63rd Street, Vancouver WA 98661
East County Fire and Rescue - Station 91
600 NE 267th Avenue, Camas WA 98607
East County Fire and Rescue - Station 92
4909 NE 292nd Avenue, Camas WA 98607