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Navigation Center

It’s official: Vancouver OKs sale of former Navigation Center to library

December 7, 2021, 3:14pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council authorized the Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries’ purchase of the former Navigation Center on Monday, ending the city’s troubled relationship with that property. Read story

The rise and fall of Vancouver’s Navigation Center

July 11, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

When Vancouver leaders officially announced that the city would permanently close its Navigation Center — a long-planned, briefly operated, well-used and hotly contested day shelter for people experiencing homelessness —… Read story

Signs outside the Vancouver Navigation Center in March 2020 notify visitors of the closure due to COVID-19 concerns.

Vancouver moves ahead with sale of Navigation Center

Signs outside the Vancouver Navigation Center in March 2020 notify visitors of the closure due to COVID-19 concerns.

March 16, 2021, 6:01pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with the sale of its day shelter for the homeless, the city council decided Monday, and begin negotiations with Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries staff looking to purchase the facility and transform it into its new headquarters. Read story

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

Vancouver weighs selling Navigation Center

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

March 11, 2021, 2:00pm Clark County News

Vancouver leaders are considering selling the Navigation Center, the beleaguered day shelter for the homeless temporarily closed by COVID-19, so it can serve as a new library headquarters. Read story

People form a line outside the Vancouver Navigation Center as they wait for their turn to come inside on Wednesday. Only 50 people at a time were allowed inside, an attempt to create more space between clients because of COVID-19 concerns.

Vancouver Navigation Center alerts homeless it will close indefinitely due to virus

People form a line outside the Vancouver Navigation Center as they wait for their turn to come inside on Wednesday. Only 50 people at a time were allowed inside, an attempt to create more space between clients because of COVID-19 concerns.

March 18, 2020, 7:16pm Clark County News

The Navigation Center is closing indefinitely Thursday, leaving many in Vancouver’s homeless population wondering where they can turn to access crucial daily services. Read story