Clark County seeks organizations to support climate planning

Planned Crown Park remodel enters final stretch

It has been five years after Camas officials first approved a master plan for the city’s historic Crown Park, and two years since city council members — previously stymied by COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on public construction projects — affirmed their interest in redesigning the entire park, but now the long-awaited remodel of Camas’ “outdoor living room” is on the cusp of realization.

Red Kettle Kickoff starts season of giving in Camas-Washougal

Hometown Holidays returns to downtown Camas this week

Camas’ popular Hometown Holidays celebration kicks off the holiday season this week, starting at at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1.

Camas School District will place levies on February ’24 ballot

Camas School District voters will soon decide the fate of the district’s educational programs and operations (EPO) and capital-technology levies that fund a variety of programs, extracurriculars, technology needs and building maintenance not covered by state educational funds.

Washougal considers ‘preferred’ option for town center project

Washougal City Council members are leaning toward one design option for the city of Washouggal’s future Town Center Revitalization Project, but said they will require more detailed information before making a final decision.

Cities get $125,000 for middle housing planning

The Washington State Department of Commerce has awarded the city of Camas with $75,000 and the city of Washougal with $50,000 to support the adoption of policies and codes and the implementation of other measures specific to a Washington state bill which encourages and requires local governments to adopt development regulations aimed at increasing housing capacity in response to the state’s housing crisis.

Washougal author pens first novel

Jordan Fitch came to a potentially life-altering realization while reading a science fiction novel — “The Kaizu Preservation Society” by John Scalzi — during a flight in the fall of 2022.

Public meetings: Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2023

Camas City Council: The Council will hold a workshop at 4:30 p.m. and regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4, at Camas City Hall, 616 N.E. Fourth Ave., Camas, and online via Zoom. For more information, including remote log-in details, visit and click on the agendas for the Dec. 4, 2023, workshop and meeting.

Camas school leader named Washington’s 2024 Elementary Principal of the Year