Assessor, auditor, treasurer close joint lobby to walk-in customers through January


The joint lobby, located on the second floor of the Public Service Center in downtown Vancouver, is the public-facing customer service center for all three offices

VANCOUVER – Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey, Assessor Peter Van Nortwick and Treasurer Alishia Topper today announced they are closing the county joint lobby to walk-in customers through the end of January. The closure was prompted by the large increase in COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant. 

Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey, Assessor Peter Van Nortwick and Treasurer Alishia Topper today announced they are closing the county joint lobby to walk-in customers through the end of January.
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In a joint statement, the three elected officials said, “The safety of our customers and our staff is our top priority.”

The joint lobby, located on the second floor of the Public Service Center in downtown Vancouver, is the public-facing customer service center for all three offices. It had been open to walk-in customers on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Topper, Kimsey and Van Nortwick at the end of January will reassess whether to reopen the joint lobby to walk-in customers. 

Find more information on the Assessor, Auditor and Treasurer’s offices including regular operating hours on the county’s website www.clark.wa.gov

Clark County Public Health this week reported 3,261 new COVID-19 cases in the county this week, which is twice as many reported last week. More information on case numbers is available on the Public Health website at https://clark.wa.gov/public-health/covid-19-data.

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.

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John Smith
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John Smith
14 days ago

If Topper, Kimsey and Van Nortwick are not willing to work because it is the flu season then their salary needs to be placed on-hold.

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13 days ago
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I agree with you John Smith. They close down public offices then stop by the grocery store on the way home. No telling what they do on the weekend. There are real jobs that require high density contact every day. The state and counties are playing this crap to the hilt to keep the money rewards for doing so, rolling in. Our county officials would be better suited working in California, Oregon or New York. Instead of creating tyranny for Washington citizens, don’t let the door hit them in the butt.

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