The open house is 5-7 p.m. on Wed., Dec. 14 at the Bud Van Cleve Community Room at the Luke Jensen Sports Park, 4000 NE 78th St.
VANCOUVER – The community is invited to help guide how the Clark County Heritage Farm Sustainability Plan implements the goals outlined in the Heritage Farm Master Plan to best serve the community. Public Works is hosting an open house on Dec. 14 for the community to learn about what is currently happening at Heritage Farm, hear about plans for the site and offer feedback and ideas.
The open house is 5-7 p.m. on Wed., Dec. 14 at the Bud Van Cleve Community Room at the Luke Jensen Sports Park, 4000 NE 78th St. A portion of the event will be accessible online. A link to the meeting can be found on the project website. Residents can request information about participating online or other accommodations by contacting project manager Lynde Wallick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (564) 397-1659.
Residents are also encouraged to provide their feedback and ideas about the future of Heritage Farm by completing the survey at surveymonkey.com/r/HeritageFarm or submitting written comments to email@example.com.
More information about the Heritage Farm Sustainability Plan, steering committee and open house can be found at clark.wa.gov/public-works/heritage-farm-sustainability-plan.
To receive information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
- Volunteers filled with joy at the Scott Campbell Christmas Promise’s Bike BuildThe Scott Campbell Christmas Promise wants all children in need to have a bicycle for Christmas, and this year, more than 800 bikes were being assembled and prepared for delivery, courtesy of Waste Connections and a large number of volunteers.
- Night of 1,000 Stars remembers traffic crash fatalities, recognizes law enforcement officialsLaw enforcement officials from throughout Southwest Washington met Friday night to remember lives lost on Washington’s roads, and promised to do their best in keeping the roads safe from impaired drivers as part of Target Zero’s mission
- Body found in hotel room fireA fatal fire at the Inn at Salmon Creek in the early morning prompts a death investigation, with firefighters extinguishing the blaze and the Clark County Medical Examiner called to identify the victim and determine the cause of death.
- Opinion: Diversion – IBR tolls will gridlock I-205City Observatory’s Joe Cortright warns that Oregon’s tolling plans for the I-5 Interstate Bridge Replacement (IBR) Project, with tolls ranging from $2.80 to $4.30, could trigger a substantial drop in I-5 traffic, potentially causing gridlock on the parallel I-205 Bridge and raising concerns about traffic diversion and community well-being.
- Clark County Council to hold special meeting on Dec. 13The Clark County Council will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Wed., Dec. 13.
- Vancouver man exonerated in vehicular homicide caseChristian Poole was found not guilty on two counts of vehicular homicide stemming from a July 2019 collision that claimed the lives of Matthew Stevens and Renee Unell.
- Seven new deputy sheriff positions added with County Council approvalOn Tuesday (Dec. 5), the Clark County Council approved two budget requests to add seven new deputy sheriff positions to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.