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Housing

Staff want to make it easier to build housing in Woodland

November 21, 2022, 3:34pm Clark County News

The Woodland City Council recently punted on a controversial resolution that would amend current housing codes in a way that could drastically change the city’s look. Read story

Fine line between housed, homeless for many in Clark County

November 20, 2022, 6:05am Business

When it comes to finding affordable housing, Vancouver resident Stella Kirkman feels like she got lucky. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle tests out some of the new playground equipment at Columbia Heights affordable housing complex during its grand opening on Wednesday afternoon.

Partnerships, policies offer housing solutions for Clark County

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle tests out some of the new playground equipment at Columbia Heights affordable housing complex during its grand opening on Wednesday afternoon.

November 20, 2022, 6:04am Business

Despite the challenges, some developers are successfully mobilizing resources to create affordable housing units in Clark County. Regional nonprofit affordable housing developer Mercy Housing Northwest opened Columbia Heights in August, an affordable complex in Vancouver providing housing for 69 low-income families. Read story

A vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street, a possible location for the third Safe Stay community, is seen from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn in downtown Vancouver.

Vancouver council gives green light to Safe Stay in downtown Vancouver

A vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street, a possible location for the third Safe Stay community, is seen from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn in downtown Vancouver.

November 8, 2022, 11:42am Clark County News

City officials received the green light Monday from the Vancouver City Council to continue pursuing a Safe Stay Community in downtown Vancouver. Read story

The Broadway Apartments at 1901 Broadway were built in 2018 and are for sale at $9,542,926.

3 downtown Vancouver apartment complexes on the market

The Broadway Apartments at 1901 Broadway were built in 2018 and are for sale at $9,542,926.

November 2, 2022, 6:23pm Business

Three recently built apartment complexes in downtown Vancouver are for sale at a time when the market for developing and selling apartments is slowing down but still strong in the city. Read story

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

Clark County’s housing market continues to cool as low inventory offsets falling prices

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

October 26, 2022, 6:04am Business

Prices continued to fall in Clark County’s housing market in September, but high interest rates and low inventory are keeping homes out of reach for some prospective homebuyers. Read story

Kayla Sample holds a root beer as she takes a break outside her camper. She sits next to a stack of papers that includes her housing research and mission statement for Operation Can You See Us, a homelessness organization she aims to start.

Vancouver resident recounts her journey with the foster care system and homelessness

Kayla Sample holds a root beer as she takes a break outside her camper. She sits next to a stack of papers that includes her housing research and mission statement for Operation Can You See Us, a homelessness organization she aims to start.

October 24, 2022, 6:05am Clark County Health

Kayla Sample knows what it’s like to feel invisible. A 35-year-old woman born and raised in Vancouver, Sample has not had a stable place to call home since she entered the state’s foster care system as a little girl. Read story

The Eviction Resolution Pilot Program took effect in Clark County in December 2020. Community Mediation Services, the organization that carries out the program in the county, experienced an influx of cases last November when the state's pandemic protections for tenants ended. Community Mediation Services does outreach to tenants facing eviction providing information about the program.

Demand outpaces resources in Clark County as post-pandemic evictions climb

The Eviction Resolution Pilot Program took effect in Clark County in December 2020. Community Mediation Services, the organization that carries out the program in the county, experienced an influx of cases last November when the state's pandemic protections for tenants ended. Community Mediation Services does outreach to tenants facing eviction providing information about the program.

September 11, 2022, 6:05am Business

When Washington’s eviction ban ended in June 2021, residents braced for an eviction “tsunami” due to unpaid rent that had piled up during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

Construction continues on Killian Pacific's Ninebark development, a 246-unit, sustainably designed apartment community. The first units of the Washougal property are expected to be move-in ready early next year.

Sustainability cornerstone of Camas-Washougal apartment complex Ninebark

Construction continues on Killian Pacific's Ninebark development, a 246-unit, sustainably designed apartment community. The first units of the Washougal property are expected to be move-in ready early next year.

August 19, 2022, 6:01am Business

Two hundred and forty-six apartments in a sustainable living community called Ninebark are currently in the works at the Camas and Washougal waterfront area. Read story

Fruit Valley Terrace resident Ty Wilson enjoys a playful moment with his dog, Apollo. Community Roots Collaborative, the nonprofit that created Fruit Valley Terrace, a tiny home village for people exiting homelessness, has partnered with Amerigroup Washington. Together, the two organizations plan to innovate solutions and collaborate on efforts that help people experiencing homelessness in Southwest Washington overcome barriers to resources.

Clark County nonprofit Community Roots Collaborative grows

Fruit Valley Terrace resident Ty Wilson enjoys a playful moment with his dog, Apollo. Community Roots Collaborative, the nonprofit that created Fruit Valley Terrace, a tiny home village for people exiting homelessness, has partnered with Amerigroup Washington. Together, the two organizations plan to innovate solutions and collaborate on efforts that help people experiencing homelessness in Southwest Washington overcome barriers to resources.

August 17, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Community Roots Collaborative, a nonprofit developer of permanent, affordable tiny homes for people exiting homelessness in Clark County, has joined forces with Amerigroup Washington, a coordinator of Medicaid managed care health insurance benefits. Read story