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Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

Outbreak ripples through Vancouver city operations

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

March 16, 2020, 6:59pm Clark County Health

Changes are underway at Vancouver City Hall, where the government is aiming to stem the spread of COVID-19 through social-distancing measures that require the shuttering of some public facilities. Read story

The public listens to citizen testimony on the Heights District Plan on Monday at Vancouver City Hall. It was a packed room, with many residents of neighborhoods surrounding the Heights District attending to share their thoughts on the development proposal.

Vancouver City Council scales back Heights District Plan

The public listens to citizen testimony on the Heights District Plan on Monday at Vancouver City Hall. It was a packed room, with many residents of neighborhoods surrounding the Heights District attending to share their thoughts on the development proposal.

March 10, 2020, 1:20pm Clark County News

A plan to develop one of central Vancouver’s sleepier neighborhoods into a major urban core is undergoing revisions after residents voiced concerns about how the proposed changes would alter their community. Read story

A cyclist bikes down Columbia Street toward East Mill Plain Boulevard in Vancouver.

Vancouver council consensus: Remove 400 parking spaces from Columbia Street

A cyclist bikes down Columbia Street toward East Mill Plain Boulevard in Vancouver.

February 25, 2020, 7:32pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with a plan to install protected bike lanes along Columbia Street and remove nearly 400 parking spaces, following a near-consensus from the city council that pedestrian and cyclist safety was more important than maintaining convenient parking along the corridor. Read story

Scott Gibson chats with a friend outside of the Vancouver Navigation Center in Vancouver on Nov. 1. All entry into the building might soon be moved to this door instead of the side door under the awning. Gibson is currently living in a van and waiting for housing options.

Navigation Center operator search still on

Scott Gibson chats with a friend outside of the Vancouver Navigation Center in Vancouver on Nov. 1. All entry into the building might soon be moved to this door instead of the side door under the awning. Gibson is currently living in a van and waiting for housing options.

January 28, 2020, 6:03am Clark County News

At the end of the week, homelessness nonprofit Share is ceasing management of Vancouver’s Navigation Center. Read story

Concept renderings show the planned "Aegis Phase II" portion of the project to rehabilitate the Providence Academy building and redevelop part of the campus. The planned "Aegis Phase I" buildings are also visible in some of the renderings. Both phases will add mixed-use apartment buildings to the site.

Site plan for Vancouver’s Providence Academy moves forward intact

Concept renderings show the planned "Aegis Phase II" portion of the project to rehabilitate the Providence Academy building and redevelop part of the campus. The planned "Aegis Phase I" buildings are also visible in some of the renderings. Both phases will add mixed-use apartment buildings to the site.

January 3, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

A plan to construct apartment and retail buildings on Vancouver’s Providence Academy site will move forward as proposed despite a letter from a local historic commission condemning the development. Read story

Cassidy Morris, center, rehearses with other dancers for an upcoming production of "The Nutcracker" at the Columbia Dance Center.

Vancouver awards $122,000 for 14 public arts, culture projects

Cassidy Morris, center, rehearses with other dancers for an upcoming production of "The Nutcracker" at the Columbia Dance Center.

December 7, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

Across Vancouver, 14 projects aimed at making the city more beautiful, more informed or more connected to its history will receive up to $10,000 in grant funding as part of a newly revived program promoting public arts and culture. Read story

A conceptual rendering shows the entrance to a proposed HP campus at the intersection of First Street and 184th Avenue.

HP planning move to former mine site in Vancouver

A conceptual rendering shows the entrance to a proposed HP campus at the intersection of First Street and 184th Avenue.

December 4, 2019, 4:20pm Business

The city of Vancouver announced Wednesday afternoon that HP was planning to move out of its current leased facilities at the Columbia Tech Center and build a new location from scratch at what was once the English Pit gravel mine. Read story

The Vancouver City Council meets at Vancouver City Hall earlier this year.

Bridges dominate Vancouver’s federal priorities

The Vancouver City Council meets at Vancouver City Hall earlier this year.

December 2, 2019, 8:38pm Clark County News

Vancouver’s top federal policy priorities in 2020 revolve around bridges. Read story

The Vancouver City Council holds a workshop April 22, to discuss A Stronger Vancouver.

A Stronger Vancouver hearing tonight

The Vancouver City Council holds a workshop April 22, to discuss A Stronger Vancouver.

November 25, 2019, 6:05am Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council is holding its first public hearing on A Stronger Vancouver, granting city residents a chance to comment on the expansive proposed package of projects and services that would be paid for by various taxes. Read story

The City of Vancouver entrance sign is seen at the corner of Sixth and C streets in downtown Vancouver.

City council scrutinizes A Stronger Vancouver priorities, revenue options

The City of Vancouver entrance sign is seen at the corner of Sixth and C streets in downtown Vancouver.

November 20, 2019, 8:44pm Clark County News

As the Vancouver City Council starts to whittle down the scope of a comprehensive, multimillion-dollar proposal aimed at carrying the city sustainably through the next decade, city leaders are starting to look more critically at their options for raising revenue. Read story