Clark County Council Meetings

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Clark County Council meetings are open to the public, in person starting Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 or online. 
 


Council Meetings are held in a hybrid format. You can join in person, on the 6th floor of the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin Street, Vancouver, WA 98666, or virtually. 

For meeting dates and times, please see the County Council Calendar or the Weekly Calendar on our Meeting Information page. 

If you would like to participate in public comment, you can come to the Public Service Center 6th floor Hearing Room, provide comment over the phone, or by logging into WebEx.
    -please see these instructions to log into WebEx, and use the link and access code that is provided next to that meeting date. 

All documents are in PDF format unless noted otherwise.

To request a document not available here, call 564-397-4305 or email:
rebecca.messinger@clark.wa.gov.

To request a video not available here, contact CVTV.

Date Agendas & Minutes Related Documents Audio/Video
5/18/2022

9:00am

Work Session- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Work Session: Clean Water Commission’s 2021 Annual Report
    -Presentation
    -Full report

Agenda

Council Time- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx
will begin at the conclusion of the work session

Participate in the following ways:

Join by phone: Dial: 1-408-418-9388
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Council Time Items:

1. Legislative Session Discussion
with John Weiss and Annika Vaughn, Gordon Thomas Honeywell Gov. Affairs
2. Executive Session: 1 Potential Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes
3. Old Business:
   
3.1 Minutes for May 11, 2022
    3.2 Pride Month Proclamation
    3.3 Heritage Farm
         -WSU Report
    3.4 Space Needs & Jail Update 
    3.5 Vacant Buildable Lands Model (VBLM)
4. New Business:
   
4.1 Veterans Parking at Parks
5. Councilor Reports:
6. Work Session Requests: None
7. Report on Policy Issues:
8. Executive Sessions: 1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 20 minutes
   

5/17/2022

6:00pm

Agenda

Council Meetings are held in a hybrid format, join virtually or in person.

Participate in the following ways:

Pledge of Allegiance

Invocation

Presentation: Certificate of Good Practice from the County Road Administrative Board to the County Engineer
    -Certificate
    -Letter

Proclamations:
    
-Dementia Friend
    -Drug Court Month

Public Comment on Consent & Separate Business Items

Consent:
1. 
Warrants:
    -April 11-15, 2022
2. Minutes approved for:
    -April 19, 2022 (Annual Reviews & Dockets-CPZ2021-00014 PROS Plan)
    -April 27, 2022 (re: Redistricting Plan)
    -May 3, 2022
    -May 4, 2022 (re: Redistricting Plan)
    -May 11, 2022 (re: Redistricting Plan)
3. Plats (for notice only):
    -Fox Hollow Subdivision
4. Approval of County Manager Appointments and Letters of Acceptance for:
    -Mark Daniels appointed to the Railroad Advisory Board, effective immediately to Dec. 31, 2024.
    -John Shaffer reappointed to the Railroad Advisory Board, effective immediately to Dec. 31, 2024.
5. Approval of a new 1.0 FTE Victim Advocate position for 2022, which will be funded with American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Small Project funds for public safety services.
6. Approval of Collective Bargaining Agreements between Clark County and PROTEC17 Appraisers and Engineers Units.
7. Approval of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Small Projects funding in the amount of $12,141 for laptops and docking stations within Community Development - Land Use Review.
8. Approval of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Small Projects funding in the amount of $13,491 for laptops, docking stations, and upgraded Adobe Pro within Community Development - Development Engineering.
9. Approval of a resolution designating Brian Vincent, PE, as the County Engineer.
10. Approval to publish a Notice to Contractors to request bids for the Strengthening Bridge Bundle No. 1, County Road Project No. 300622, PRJ0000583.

Separate Business:
1. Approval for increased budget authority for the Professional Services Contract with Herrera Environmental Consultants to provide Clark County with a process for developing a long-term plan to restore and maintain Vancouver Lake.
2. Approval of a resolution for temporary road closures on Northeast Hantwick Road at Lucia Falls Bridge and on Northeast Risto Road at Venersborg Bridge as part of the Strengthening Bridge Bundle No. 1; County Road Project No. 300622, PRJ0000583.
3. Approval authorizing the County Manager to sign professional service agreement SCN00002178 with KPFF Consulting Engineers, Inc. for structural, geotechnical, and hydraulic design work on Northeast 15th Avenue, from Northeast 179th Street to Northeast 10th Avenue; County Road Project No. 372222.
4. Approval authorizing the County Manager to execute a utility easement to Clark Public Utilities for relocating utility poles and service equipment for Kozy Kamp Neighborhood Park; PRJ402296.
5. Approval of federal funding contracts (Project Prospectus and Local Agency Agreement) for the Salmon Creek/Hazel Dell Adaptive Signal Operations project; County Road Project No. 320822.

Open Public Comment
    
-Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: Housing Options Study Plan
    -Resolution
    -Submitted Comments

Councilor Communications

County Manager Report

Adjourn

Council Meeting

5/16/2022

Weekly Calendar

5/11/2022

8:30am

Agenda

Special Meeting- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Public Hearing: Redistricting Map
-Pledge of Allegiance
-Resolution
-Proposed Redistricting Map
-Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments
-Adjourn

Special Meeting

Agenda

Board of Health- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx *meeting will begin at the conclusion of the Public Hearing on Redistricting

Participate in the following ways:

Board of Health
-Pledge of Allegiance
-Minutes for April 27, 2022
-Director's Report: COVID-19 Update
-Open Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments
-Comments from the Board
-Adjourn

Board of Health

Agenda

Council Time- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx
will begin at the conclusion of the Board of Health

Participate in the following ways:

Join by phone: Dial: 1-408-418-9388
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                         Password: CPgEpbyt689

Council Time Items:
1. Old Business:
    
1.1 Minutes for May 4, 2022
    1.2 78th Street Heritage Farm Sustainability Plan
2. New Business:
   
2.1 Proclamation Request: Drug Court Month (for May 17, 2022)
3. Councilor Reports:
4. Work Session Requests:
     
4.1 Prosecuting Attorney Case Information
5. Report on Policy Issues:
6. Executive Sessions:
    - 1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes
    - 1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes

Council Time

5/9/2022

Weekly Calendar

5/4/2022

8:30am

Agenda

Special Meeting- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Public Hearing: Redistricting Map
-Pledge of Allegiance
-Proposed Redistricting Map
    -Resolution
    -Exhibit 1
    -Exhibit 2
-Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments
-Adjourn

Special Meeting

Work Session- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx- will begin at the conclusion of the special meeting

Participate in the following ways:

Work Session: Clark County Housing Options Study and Action Plan
-Presentation
-Webpage

Work Session

Agenda

Minutes

Council Time- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx
will begin at the conclusion of the Work Session

Participate in the following ways:

Join by phone: Dial: 1-408-418-9388
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Council Time Items:
1. Old Business:

    1.1 Minutes for April 27, 2022
2. New Business:
    2.1 Vancouver Housing Authority request for Mental Health Sales Tax Funding re: Lincoln Place 2
3. Councilor Reports
4. Work Session Requests: 
None
5. Report on Policy Issues
6. Executive Sessions:
     -
 1 Potential Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 15 minutes 

Council Time

5/3/2022

Agenda

Council Meetings are held in a hybrid format, join virtually or in person.

Participate in the following ways:

Swearing-In Ceremony for newly appointed District 5 Councilor Richard Rylander
County Clerk Scott Weber presiding

Pledge of Allegiance

Invocation

Proclamations:
   -Community Action Month
   -Older Americans Month

Public Testimony on Consent & Separate Business Items

Consent:
1.
Warrants:
    -Apr. 18-22, 2022
2. Minutes:
    -Apr. 13, 2022 (re: Redistricting)
    -Apr. 19, 2022
3. Plats (for notice only):
    -Goldfinch Lane
    -Ashley Vista Short Plat
    -University Park at Salmon Creek
4. Budget documentation received from:
    -Clark County Fire Protection District No. 6
5. Approval of County Manager Appointments and Letters of Acceptance for:
    -Jim Malinowski appointed to the Railroad Advisory Board, effective immediately to Dec. 31, 2024.
    -Lloyd Lycan reappointed to the Railroad Advisory Board, effective immediately to Dec. 31, 2024.
    -Neil Chambers reappointed to the Railroad Advisory Board, effective immediately to Dec. 31, 2024.
6. Approval authorizing the County Manager to sign an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Camas and the City of Washougal to assist in meeting the requirements for the Phase II Permit with funding from Ecology’s Pollution Prevention Assistance Program.
7. Approval authorizing the County Manager to execute Interagency Agreement K3816 between Clark County and the Washington State Department of Agriculture for funding in the amount of $4,500 to survey for the noxious weed tree-of-heaven within the County.
8. Approval of a resolution for temporary road closures for the Hazel Dell and Hockinson Fun Days Parades.
9. Approval of a Notice to Contractors to request bids for the Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue Sidewalk Improvements, from Northeast 99th Street to Northeast 117th Street; County Road Project No. 391222, PRJ0000288.

Separate Business:
1. 
Approval to submit a grant application to the Washington State Department of Commerce for funding up to $280,000 for purpose of providing services to Ukrainian refugees who are arriving in Clark County. Also, request approval authorizing the County Manager to sign all related documents.
2. Approval authorizing the County Manager to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the Columbia Arts Network, a non-profit Washington corporation, and Clark County, Washington, on behalf of the Clark County arts Commission.
3. Approval of an Interlocal Agreement with the Northwest Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory, hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
4. Approval to allocate $1.5 million in Federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to Clark County Superior Court in support of the qualifying project outlined herein. Clark County Superior Court is pursuing additional funding to support qualifying projects from the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). Any qualifying AOC funds will be used to offset the ARPA-funded costs outlined herein. The amount of AOC funds to be awarded is yet to be determined by the State.

Open Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: 179th St Access Management/Circulation Plan *continued from April 19 *continued to date uncertain
    -Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: 2022 Annual Construction Program

Public Hearing: CPACER Program

Public Hearing: Public Safety Sales Tax
    -Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: Noc Tel Communication

Councilor Communications and County Manager Report

Adjourn

Council Meeting

5/2/2022

Weekly Calendar

4/27/2022

8:30am

Agenda

Special Meeting- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Public Hearing: Redistricting Map
-Pledge of Allegiance
-Resolution for County Engineer *added agenda item
-Proposed Redistricting Map
-Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments
-Adjourn

Special Meeting

Agenda

Minutes

Board of Health- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx *meeting will begin at the conclusion of the Public Hearing on Redistricting

Participate in the following ways:

Board of Health
-Pledge of Allegiance
-Minutes for March 23, 2022
-Director's Report: COVID-19 Update
-Open Public Comment
    -Submitted Comments
-Comments from the Board
-Adjourn

Board of Health

Agenda

Minutes

Council Time- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx
will begin at the conclusion of the Board of Health

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Join by phone: Dial: 1-408-418-9388
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Council Time Items:
 1. Old Business:
     1.1 Minutes for April 20, 2022
     1.2 C-PACER Staff Report and Ordinance
     1.3 Public Safety Sales Tax 
           -Resolution for Public Safety Tax Support
           -Model Resolution for Cities
           -Public Safety Tax Resolution
     1.4 Washougal Pit Road Dedication
2. New Business:
     
2.1 Proclamation requests:
         -Pride Month (for May 17, 2022)
         -Dementia Friend (for May 17, 2022)
         -Older Americans Month (for May 17, 2022)
3. Councilor Reports:
4. Work Session Requests: None 
5. Report on Policy Issues:
6. Executive Sessions:
    
-1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes
    -1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes

Council Time

4/25/2022

Weekly Calendar

4/20/2022

9:00am

Work Session- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Work Session: Clark County Stream Health Report

Work Session

Agenda

Minutes

Council Time- Hybrid; join in person or WebEx
will begin at the conclusion of the work session

Participate in the following ways:

Join by phone: Dial: 1-408-418-9388
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Council Time Items:
-Minutes for April 13, 2022
-ARPA Internal Funding Update
-Arts Commission MOU
-Public Safety Sales Tax and Jail Update
-Camp Bonneville Citizens Advisory Group
-Proclamation request - Community Action Month
-Work Session Request - Clean Water Commission Annual Report
-Executive Sessions:
    -1 Pending Litigation RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) - 10 minutes
    -1 Collective Bargaining - 10 minutes

Council Time

4/19/2022

11:00am

Special Meeting- Hybrid; in person or WebEx

Participate in the following ways:

Clark County Council to discuss a draft Redistricting Plan
  
-Council District Map Draft Proposal
  -Election Precincts with Council District Draft Proposal

Special Meeting

6:00pm

Agenda

Minutes

Council Meetings are held in a hybrid format, virtually or in person.

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Pledge of Allegiance

Proclamation:
   
-Therapy Animal Day

Consent:
1. Warrants:
    -Mar. 11-28, 2022
    -April 4-8, 2022
2. Minutes:
    -Feb. 15, 2022 (verbatim transcript for public hearings on: Annual Reviews and Dockets; Buildable Lands Report)
    -Mar. 1, 2022 (verbatim transcript for public hearings on: Annual Reviews and Dockets; Buildable Lands Report)
    -Mar. 15, 2022 ( verbatim transcript for public hearings on: Annual Reviews and Dockets; Buildable Lands Report)
    -April 5, 2022
3. Plats (for notice only):
    -Hiivala Short Plat
    -Austin Heritage PUD
    -Norton Cluster Short Plat
4. Approval of the new classification of Deputy Registrar, the proposed job description, assignment of the classification to existing pay range Local 335.505, and upward classification of three incumbents.
5. Approval of a Notice to Contractors that requests bids for the Hazel Dell Water Quality Retrofit project, PRJ0001004.
6. Approval of a resolution to distribute public utilities state excise tax funds received by Clark County.

Separate Business:
1. 
Approval of a SEPA co-lead agency agreement between Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) and Clark County.
2. Approval the use of previously approved budget to purchase the new pet licensing and ePlan review software from different vendors than previously defined. Also, request approval authorizing the County Manager to sign agreements with both vendors.
3. Approval authorizing the County Manager to sign a contract extension with Executive Information Services that will continue to provide licensing and support the Sheriff’s Office RMS/JMS software.
4. Approval to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with the City of San Francisco. There is no remuneration. Also, request approval authorizing the County Manager to sign the agreement and any resulting amendments.
5. Approval of a resolution removing Robert D. Klug, PE, as the County Engineer and designating Jennifer Reynolds, PE, as the interim Acting County Engineer for a period not to exceed six months.

Open Public Comment
    
-Submitted Comments

Public Hearing:  Rules of Procedure
     -Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: Annual Reviews & Dockets
    -CPZ2021-00013 179th St Access Management & Circulation Plan- *Moved to May 3, 2022
          -Submitted Comments 
    -CPZ2021-00014 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan
          -Staff Report    
          -Submitted Comments

Public Hearing: Buildable Lands Report *Continued from Mar. 1, 2022; *Moved to June 7, 2022
     -Submitted Comments

Council Meeting

4/18/2022

Weekly Calendar

4/13/2022

8:30am

Agenda

Minutes

Council Meetings are held in a hybrid format. You can join in person or virtually.

Participate in the following ways:

Pledge of Allegiance

Public Hearing: Redistricting Council Districts Alternative 1 Map
    -Public Comment
        -Submitted Comments

Council Meeting

Agenda

Minutes

Council Time via WebEx- will begin at the conclusion of the Council Meeting

Council Time Items:
-Minutes for April 6, 2022
-Rules of Procedure and Ordinance
-Sales Tax Proposition
-Canvassing Board for Workforce SW WA
-Executive Session:
  -1 Collective Bargaining - 10 minutes

Council Time

4/11/2022

Weekly Calendar