Many roads are covered in packed snow and ice this morning
VANCOUVER – Clark County Public Works is working in response to the ongoing winter storm.
Many roads are covered in packed snow and ice this morning. Crews are sanding hills and curves to provide traction for drivers. Road conditions are slick throughout the county. Residents are encouraged to stay off the roads and only travel if absolutely necessary. Drivers are urged to be prepared for travel to take much longer than usual, carry an emergency kit, water and warm clothes.
Residents can report safety concerns, such as downed trees, for roads in unincorporated county at clark.wa.gov/public-works/report-park-road or by calling (564) 397-2446 for urgent problems.
Residents can visit clark.wa.gov/public-works/winter-snow-and-ice for winter driving information and to see a map of county roads prioritized for plowing/treatment.
County offices closed Feb. 23
Clark County offices are closed to in-person services today, Feb. 23 as are Superior and District Court offices within the county courthouse, Mabry Center and Probation Services at the Law Enforcement Center.
Residents who have Thursday garbage and recycling services can put carts out for Friday pickup. Visit Waste Connections for more information.
CRESA 911 has a list of warming locations on its website.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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