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The Camas Public Works Operations Center, 1620 S.E.

Camas utility rates going up in 2024; average customer will see 5% increase

The Camas Public Works Operations Center, 1620 S.E.

December 9, 2023, 6:08am Clark County News

Camas utility customers will soon pay more for their city utilities. On Monday, the Camas City Council voted to adopt utility rate increases for a five-year period beginning in 2024. Read story

Crown Park has been Camas&rsquo; living room for decades, but many of its facilities are getting old. The city&rsquo;s parks commission hopes the city council will approve plans to spend $6.3 million to update the entire park.

Long-awaited remodeling of Crown Park in Camas on cusp of realization

Crown Park has been Camas&rsquo; living room for decades, but many of its facilities are getting old. The city&rsquo;s parks commission hopes the city council will approve plans to spend $6.3 million to update the entire park.

December 2, 2023, 6:02am Clark County News

The long-awaited remodeling of Crown Park, Camas’ “outdoor living room,” is on the cusp of realization. Read story

Pollinator plants grow around solar panels June 21 at Clark Public Utilities' Orchards Operations Center. This solar array project was established in 2015. Construction begins shortly on a second project at the Port of Camas-Washougal.

Camas officials weigh joining pact on climate change planning in Clark County

Pollinator plants grow around solar panels June 21 at Clark Public Utilities' Orchards Operations Center. This solar array project was established in 2015. Construction begins shortly on a second project at the Port of Camas-Washougal.

November 18, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

Camas officials are considering joining an interlocal agreement that could lead to cooperative climate change planning throughout Clark County. Read story

CAMAS &mdash; Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $6,400 to I Paw&rsquo;d It Forward on Nov.

I Paw’d It Forward receives support from 100 Women Who Care Clark County

CAMAS &mdash; Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $6,400 to I Paw&rsquo;d It Forward on Nov.

November 18, 2023, 5:20am Community

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $6,400 to I Paw’d It Forward at their fourth meeting of 2023, held Nov. 8 at Salud! Wine Bar in Camas. President Keri-Lyn Jakubs accepted the funds on behalf of the animal welfare organization. The local giving circle selected I Paw’d… Read story

Camas City Hall is pictured April 14, 2020.

Camas voters will decide three city council races

Camas City Hall is pictured April 14, 2020.

October 28, 2023, 6:02am Clark County News

Camas voters will decide the fate of four Camas City Council races in the Nov. 7 election. Of those four races, only three are considered competitive — with Councilwoman Jennifer Senescu running unopposed for her Ward 3, Position 1 seat. Read story

Incumbent Steve Hogan, left, and Randal Friedman are running for Camas mayor.

Camas mayor candidates outline positions

Incumbent Steve Hogan, left, and Randal Friedman are running for Camas mayor.

October 28, 2023, 6:01am Clark County News

Camas voters will soon decide who will lead their city for the next four years. Read story

Post-Record files 
 Dante Humble scores the first run for the Camas 11- to 12-year-old all-star team in the district championship game at Forest Home Park in Camas in July 2014. 
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 A player from Belgrade, Mont. (47), takes a swing from a pitch from an all-star team from Moses Lake, Wash., at Camas? Louis Bloch Park, Friday, July 27, 2018. 
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 Local Babe Ruth officials and volunteers help prepare sports fields at Louis Bloch Park in Camas for the 2018 Regional Baseball Tournament, held July 27-28, 2018.

Camas City Council knocks down sports field assessment contract

Post-Record files 
 Dante Humble scores the first run for the Camas 11- to 12-year-old all-star team in the district championship game at Forest Home Park in Camas in July 2014. 
 Post-Record files 
 A player from Belgrade, Mont. (47), takes a swing from a pitch from an all-star team from Moses Lake, Wash., at Camas? Louis Bloch Park, Friday, July 27, 2018. 
 Post-Record files 
 Local Babe Ruth officials and volunteers help prepare sports fields at Louis Bloch Park in Camas for the 2018 Regional Baseball Tournament, held July 27-28, 2018.

October 27, 2023, 2:31pm Clark County News

A divided Camas City Council has pulled the plug on a contract to create a citywide sports field management and expansion plan. Read story

The Camas City Council is considering a $479,000 consultant contract to help "refresh and reimagine" the Camas Public Library.

Camas eyes $479,000 contract to ‘refresh and reimagine’ library

The Camas City Council is considering a $479,000 consultant contract to help "refresh and reimagine" the Camas Public Library.

October 14, 2023, 6:03am Clark County News

Camas City Council members are set to approve a $479,000 consultant contract to help “refresh and reimagine” the Camas Public Library. Read story

The Downtown Camas Association is one of eight semifinalists announced for Main Street America's 2024 competition for top honors in preservation-based commercial district revitalization.

Downtown Camas revitalization earns recognition in national contest

The Downtown Camas Association is one of eight semifinalists announced for Main Street America's 2024 competition for top honors in preservation-based commercial district revitalization.

October 12, 2023, 5:16pm Clark County News

Efforts to revitalize downtown Camas may earn the community and downtown boosters national recognition as the “Great American Main Street.” Read story

Camas City Hall.

City of Camas faces unexpected revenue shortfall

Camas City Hall.

October 9, 2023, 7:24pm Clark County News

The city of Camas is facing an unexpected revenue shortfall that could prevent the hiring of more than 20 positions in 2024, including eight firefighters, two police officers, two police sergeants, a parks project manager and three street maintenance positions. Read story