Clark County, Vancouver and Battle Ground among those that announce closures
VANCOUVER – Due to inclement weather, Clark County offices are closed for in-person services on Thursday (Feb. 23).
Clark County Superior Court offices inside the Clark County Courthouse also will be closed for in-person services on Feb. 23.
The following hearings will still take place, but all attorneys and litigants must appear remotely:
- First Appearances / Criminal Docket 9 a.m. with Judge Gregerson.
- Out of custody Readiness at 1:30 p.m. with Judge Gregerson.
- In custody Readiness at 1:30 p.m. with Judge Snider.
The Protection Order Docket scheduled for 9 a.m. will not take place. All temporary orders will be reissued on Feb. 23, and new hearing dates set. Litigants can obtain copies of the reissued orders from the Clerk’s office on Feb. 24.
Zoom links for the above dockets are available on the Clark County Superior Court website at https://clark.wa.gov/superior-court.
Some county services are available online or by phone. Please see individual departments on the county’s website at clark.wa.gov.
Clark County District Court offices inside the Clark County Courthouse, Probation Services at the Law Enforcement Center, and Mabry Center will be closed for in-person services today, Feb. 23.
All hearings will take place virtually, at their scheduled times. To access your hearing remotely, please go to the Clark County District Court website at: https://clark.wa.gov/district-court.
District Court phone lines will be open during court’s operating hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All weddings scheduled for today are canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date.
All city of Vancouver facilities and services closed
All city of Vancouver facilities and in-person services are closed today, Thursday (Feb. 23). This also includes all Parks and Recreation facilities and activities.
Essential employees are expected to report, all other employees should telework.
The city is asking that residents please limit all non-essential travel so crews can continue to maintain roads and emergency responders can get to their destinations and public works crews to continue to work on keeping critical roads available.
If you must get in your car, please make sure you have a stocked emergency kit with water, food, blanket, etc.
The city will assess the situation later today.
All city of Battle Ground facilities closed Thursday
All city of Battle Ground facilities and in-person services are closed today, Thursday Feb. 23.
This closure includes the Battle Ground Municipal Court. Anyone scheduled to appear today will be contacted by court staff to reschedule, or they may contact the court directly by calling (360) 342-5151.
Essential services such as police and members of our Public Works Operations staff will remain on duty. Residents are encouraged to limit all non-essential travel as crews continue to maintain roads.
The city will assess the situation later Thursday.
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