Clark County seeks community input about protecting, restoring water quality

The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25.


This information will be used to guide planning efforts to update the division’s service offerings

VANCOUVER – The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25. This information will be used to guide planning efforts to update the division’s service offerings. 

The survey asks residents why rivers and lakes are important to them and how we should protect and improve water quality. It also asks how much they value various services provided by Clean Water, like street sweeping and leaf disposal coupons. 

The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25.
The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25.

The survey is open March 26 through April 22 and is available online on the Public Works website. Residents can also take the survey over the phone or request a paper copy by contacting Alice Millward at alice.millward@clark.wa.gov or (564) 397-5267, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and every other Friday. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian. The survey is anonymous, but those who participate can choose to provide their name and contact information to be entered into a prize raffle. 

The survey and additional information can be found at clark.wa.gov/public-works/stormwater

The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25.
The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25.

For information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on X (formerly known as Twitter), Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor. 

Go to clark.wa.gov/public-works/news to read this information in another language. Click the button in the top right of the page that says “Change language” next to a globe icon and choose your preferred language. 

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.


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