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Vancouver mulls code changes to address housing shortage

June 28, 2022, 6:28pm Clark County News

As Vancouver’s population grows and its affordable residential stock remains slim, city staff continue to discuss what government can do, and residents share their concerns. Read story

City of Vancouver looking at regulating Airbnb, other short-term rentals

June 28, 2022, 10:16am Business

Vancouver city councilors agree that Airbnbs and other short-term home rentals should be allowed. But they also agree they should be regulated, and they’re looking into the possibility of requiring… Read story

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

Vancouver City Council acts to limit protests outside homes of officials, staff, volunteers

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

June 8, 2022, 6:10pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council unanimously approved changes to city code Monday to protect government officials, staff and volunteers from targeted protests outside their homes — a move that its challengers called unlawful. Read story

A truck joins other traffic as they cross the Interstate 5 Bridge while traveling north on I-5.

Vancouver City Council discusses tolls, equity as I-5 Bridge plan takes step forward

A truck joins other traffic as they cross the Interstate 5 Bridge while traveling north on I-5.

June 8, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

The Interstate Bridge Replacement Program’s locally preferred alternative — something that has been years in the making — is circulating to local agencies before it can progress to the next project phase. Read story

Recipients of Vancouver's Multifamily Tax Exemption program are required to integrate a public benefit aspect into their construction plan. For Aegis Phase 2, developers invested $300,000 in public art and $400,000 to improvements on Main Street.

Vancouver City Council OKs tax break for Providence Academy developers

Recipients of Vancouver's Multifamily Tax Exemption program are required to integrate a public benefit aspect into their construction plan. For Aegis Phase 2, developers invested $300,000 in public art and $400,000 to improvements on Main Street.

May 18, 2022, 6:03am Business

A project to merge the Providence Academy with additional urban mixed-use buildings is set to receive a tax exemption for providing a public benefit through its development. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

Vancouver lacks tools to hit ambitious 2040 carbon goal

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

May 17, 2022, 7:25pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council sat through hourslong workshops Monday to discuss the future of the city’s “leading edge” climate resiliency plan and housing developments. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

Vancouver City Council sends Fisher’s Quarry plan back to drawing board, cites lack of ‘housing variety’

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

May 10, 2022, 5:55pm Clark County News

The master plan for an enormous development in the western half of Fisher’s Quarry in east Vancouver failed its first reading Monday, requiring staff to make alterations to earn the Vancouver City Council’s winning approval. Read story

Parked cars line the streets of the Waterfront Vancouver on Tuesday morning. City staff are discussing updating Vancouver's downtown parking plan, which hasn't been altered since 2006.

A new space age: Vancouver eyes changing downtown parking strategies

Parked cars line the streets of the Waterfront Vancouver on Tuesday morning. City staff are discussing updating Vancouver's downtown parking plan, which hasn't been altered since 2006.

May 5, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is considering changing its downtown parking strategies, possibly putting less emphasis on cars in favor of foot traffic and multimodal access. Read story

The city of Vancouver is considering reserving land to expand the Vancouver Convention Center to make it cohesive with the adjacent Waterfront Gateway developments. Consultant firm Conventions, Sports and Leisure International presented findings from its feasibility study to staff Thursday.

Expansion of Vancouver Convention Center studied

The city of Vancouver is considering reserving land to expand the Vancouver Convention Center to make it cohesive with the adjacent Waterfront Gateway developments. Consultant firm Conventions, Sports and Leisure International presented findings from its feasibility study to staff Thursday.

April 27, 2022, 6:03am Business

As the future development of the Waterfront Gateway is under consideration, Vancouver city staff are entertaining the expansion of the Vancouver Convention Center to synergize with the master plan. Read story

A cyclist boards a C-Tran Vine bus at the Turtle Place Transit Center in downtown Vancouver in February 2021. Move Ahead Washington, a measure passed in the state's 2022 legislative session that contributes $17 billion in transportation funding, will aid infrastructure projects in Vancouver. Among them, C-Tran's third Vine bus route along Highway 99 is set to receive $5 million.

Vancouver sees wins, losses from Legislature

A cyclist boards a C-Tran Vine bus at the Turtle Place Transit Center in downtown Vancouver in February 2021. Move Ahead Washington, a measure passed in the state's 2022 legislative session that contributes $17 billion in transportation funding, will aid infrastructure projects in Vancouver. Among them, C-Tran's third Vine bus route along Highway 99 is set to receive $5 million.

April 20, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

The Washington Legislature ended its 105-day session in March, resulting in triumphs for Vancouver spanning from infrastructure funding to clarified language in police use-of-force policy. Read story