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Construction continues at 94th Avenue-Padden Parkway
Construction has shifted to the north side of Padden Parkway at Northeast 94th Avenue.
Construction crews already have largely completed work on the acceleration and deceleration lanes on Padden Parkways's south side for eastbound traffic.
Clark County and its contractor, Tapani Inc., appreciate the public's cooperation while temporary traffic restrictions were in place during the week of April 25.
Work will now turn to adding acceleration and deceleration lanes on the north side of Padden Parkway for westbound traffic.
More information is available on the Northeast 94th Avenue project page.
Preliminary flood maps available for Washougal area
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued preliminary maps showing revisions to the 100-year floodplain, which has a 1 percent chance of flooding in any year.
The preliminary flood insurance rate maps cover properties along the Washougal River, along the Little Washougal River and behind the Port of Camas-Washougal’s levee on the Columbia River.
Please remember that these are preliminary maps for only a fraction of Clark County. Revised flood insurance rate maps for the rest of the county took effect on September 5, 2012, and are available by clicking on Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
Construction proceeds on Northeast 119th Street
Significant construction will continue along Northeast 119th Street, from Northeast 72nd Avenue to Northeast 87th Avenue.
Drivers should expect delays in the corridor and may want to use alternate routes, such as Padden Parkway to the south and Northeast 139th Street to the north.
A reduced speed limit of 25 mph will remain in effect. Please remember that fines are double for speeding and other infractions in a construction zone.
New dog park coming to property off NE 192nd Avenue
Dog lovers have an opportunity to help create a new off-leash area where dogs can run and play in east Vancouver.
On March 29, 2016, the Board of County Councilors unanimously approved an agreement with Dog Owners Group for Park Access in Washington (DOGPAW) to develop a dog park on a county-owned parcel at Northeast 192nd Avenue and Northeast Ninth Street. The 10.8-acre property is west of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington and south of the Harmony Sports Complex.
DOGPAW will be responsible for developing the site with fencing, a double-gated entry and other amenities, as well as providing ongoing maintenance of the site.
DOGPAW does not have a firm timeline for making the necessary improvements and opening the area for public use. The group is accepting contributions to defray costs. Donations can be made by contacting Mark Watson at (360) 896-4341 or email@example.com.
- March 29, 2016, news release
- Board of County Councilors staff report (PDF)
- Off-leash areas in Clark County
For more information on plans for the new dog park, watch this May 2016 CVTV video:
County Road Fund
The County Road Fund is a critical revenue source for building, maintaining and preserving transportation infrastructure. Review revenues, expenses and fund balances (PDF).
Park Impact Fees
Track fund balances (PDF) for park impact fees, the county's primary revenue source for building parks, and review a map showing park impact fee districts (PDF).
Updated Stormwater Rules
Revisions to Clark County's Stormwater Manual and county code took effect on January 8, 2016.
Learn about the ongoing cleanup at the former U.S. Army base north of Camas.