Neighborhood Associations Council of Clark County

Meetings and Information

NACCC Policy for Meeting Conduct


"The Neighborhood Associations Council of Clark County (NACCC), Washington serves as a nonpartisan and non-political conduit for communication among the neighborhood associations of the county, local government, and other organizations, as a means of promoting quality of life for everyone in Clark County.”


NACCC brings together citizen leaders and members across the county with this regular forum to connect, share issues of common interest and serve as a resource for any neighborhood in unincorporated Clark County, Washington. NACCC is not an agent of Clark County government.

NACCC meetings are held regularly on the second Monday of each month. Meetings are currently virtual through Zoom software. Links to the meetings are listed on the agendas below.

All Clark County neighborhood leaders and interested residents are welcome!

Stephan Abramson, Chair

Ila Stanek, Vice-Chair

Cherryl Burkey, Secretary/Treasurer

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Clark County's Neighborhood Outreach Office  
Marilee McCall, Neighborhood Program Coordinator
Neighborhood Association assistance for unincorporated Clark County


Date Agenda/Minutes Notes/Related Documents

Meet your newly-elected Clark County Councilors!

  • Clark County Councilor-Elect Glen Yung (District 1)
  • Clark County Councilor-Elect Michelle Belkot (District 2)
  • Clark County Councilor Sue Marshall (District 5)


  • Any New Nominations for Chair and Vice-Chair for 2023-2024
  • Elections for Chair and Vice-Chair for 2023-2024
  • Information on Charter Amendments
    Chuck Green, past Charter Commission member
  • What’s going on in the neighborhoods? Time for Round Table


  • Updates on C-TRAN Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Expansion Plan
    Eric Florip and Randy Parker from C-TRAN
  • Nominations for Chair and Vice-Chair for 2023-2024
  • What’s going on in the neighborhoods? Time for Round Table
  • New meeting policies for Neighborhood Associations and
    Review of election season meeting do’s and don’ts
    Marilee McCall, Neighborhood Program Coordinator
  • What’s going on in the neighborhoods? Time for Round Table
  • Background and Q&A - 179th Street Transportation Plan
    Gary Albrecht, Transportation Planner
  • Updated meeting policies for Neighborhood Associations
  • Real Estate Assessments, Taxes and Senior Exemption Program
    Peter Van Nortwick, Clark County Assessor
    Alishia Topper, Clark County Treasurer

Video of 07/11/22 presentations:

  • Fireworks Reporting Updates and Safety
    Eric Frank, CRESA 9-1-1 PIO
  • Councilor Introductions
    Councilor Richard Rylander and Councilor Gary Medvigy
  • Introduction
    Clark County Community Development Manager, April Furth
  • Roundtable (if time permits)
  • Rural Fire Safety and Wildfire Prevention
    John Nohr, Fire Chief; Clark-Cowlitz Fire & Rescue                           
  • Heritage Tree Program – Teresa Skaggs, WSU Master Gardener Program
  • Building Safety Remote Building Inspections
    Jim Muir, Chief Building Officer
  • Transportation System Plan
    Gary Albrecht, Public Works
  • Parks Program and Parks Plan
    Rocky Houston, Public Works/Parks, Program Manager II
  • Parks Outreach and Volunteer Programs
    Kaley McLachlan-Burton, Prog. Coord. I & Cindy Gonzalez, Communication Assistant                                   

Video of presentations and Q&A with neighborhood leaders:

  • Introduction of Todd Barsness, Clark County Sheriff's Office
  • COVID Updates from Dr. Alan Melnick, Clark County Public Health
  • Review of last year's meetings and planning for 2022 agendas