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Clark Public Utilities

‘Wildfire risk is growing in our area’: Fire agencies working now to protect Southwest Washington

June 1, 2024, 6:14am Clark County News

With rainy weather still in the forecast, it may seem like an odd time to be talking about wildfire. But that’s what Clark County fire districts and other agencies have… Read story

BPA projects $280M loss: Drought, extreme weather hit Bonneville Power Administration revenues

May 29, 2024, 6:08am Business

Bonneville Power Administration, which supplies about half of Clark County’s electricity through Clark Public Utilities, is projecting a $280 million net loss this year due to drought and extreme weather. Read story

Energy Adviser: Homebuyers should note residence’s energy costs

June 8, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

Buying a home is a complicated process. No matter how confident a buyer is in their budgeting process, unforeseen costs almost always slip in at some point. One of the costs which is often overlooked by homebuyers but may be an important factor when deciding whether to purchase or pass… Read story

Energy Adviser: Keep cool without burning money

May 25, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

Air conditioning is a summertime necessity for many in Clark County and while it helps take the edge off the hottest part of the year, air conditioners consume a lot of power and can drive up your energy bill. Read story

As air conditioning has become more common and the region&rsquo;s population has continued to grow, Clark Public Utilities is now seeing peaking energy usage in both the summer and winter months.

Clark Public Utilities braces for peak energy use this summer

As air conditioning has become more common and the region&rsquo;s population has continued to grow, Clark Public Utilities is now seeing peaking energy usage in both the summer and winter months.

May 22, 2024, 6:08am Business

Overall demand for electricity has increased as Clark County’s population has grown. Read story

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

Filing week ends in sprint as candidates file for primary races in Clark County

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

May 10, 2024, 7:58pm Latest News

Friday marked the final day of filing week for local primary races in Clark County with a flurry of last-second additions to the ballot. Read story

Rep. Monica Stonier, left, chats with Sybill Hyppolite, government affairs director for the Washington State Labor Council, as they share family photos at Latte Da Coffee House &amp; Wine Bar on Monday afternoon.

Vancouver Rep. Monica Stonier files for reelection as filing week continues

Rep. Monica Stonier, left, chats with Sybill Hyppolite, government affairs director for the Washington State Labor Council, as they share family photos at Latte Da Coffee House &amp; Wine Bar on Monday afternoon.

May 8, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

The second day of filing week at the Clark County Elections office wrapped up Tuesday evening with 249 candidates declaring their intentions to run for federal, state or county office. Read story

Salmon Creek flows near the Northwest 36th Avenue bridge April 26. Low rainfall totals and decreased snowpack levels could leave rivers and streams running dry this summer but likely won&rsquo;t affect Clark County&rsquo;s drinking-water supplies, which primarily come from groundwater sources.

Clark County likely won’t feel drought despite being covered in declaration

Salmon Creek flows near the Northwest 36th Avenue bridge April 26. Low rainfall totals and decreased snowpack levels could leave rivers and streams running dry this summer but likely won&rsquo;t affect Clark County&rsquo;s drinking-water supplies, which primarily come from groundwater sources.

May 6, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

and the rest of Washington — has seen its share of rainy days in the last month, drought conditions persist. On April 16, the state Department of Ecology declared a drought emergency for nearly all of Washington, with some major metro areas excluded. The agency is making up to $4.5… Read story

Energy Adviser: Water use changes can add up

April 27, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

With a disappointing snowpack in the mountains and a warm dry spring in the forecast, the Washington Department of Ecology recently declared a drought emergency for nearly the entire state. Read story

Pedestrians pass the old electrical substation at the foot of the northbound span of the Interstate 5 Bridge. The empty building is listed for sale at $1 million.

Clark Public Utilities to sell landmark substation next to Interstate 5 Bridge

Pedestrians pass the old electrical substation at the foot of the northbound span of the Interstate 5 Bridge. The empty building is listed for sale at $1 million.

April 19, 2024, 6:06am Business

One of Vancouver’s most historic, visible and unusual buildings has been listed for sale at $1 million. Read story