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Heritage Farm is accepting program applications for the 2024 season
Clark County is pleased to announce that the Heritage Farm is now accepting program applications for the 2024 season. The Heritage Farm is a 79-acre property located on NE 78th St. that provides farmland to lease for food system projects or programs. The farm has a limited number of sites available. Applications are due January 13th, 2023. All applications will be reviewed the first quarter of 2023.
Interested parties can learn more about the farm at 78th Street Heritage Farm. Applications are located at this site as well. For more information, contact Matt Baum at 564.397.1657 or email@example.com.
Resources for residents during heavy rain, strong wind
When heavy rains and strong winds impact Clark County, residents can report standing water and storm debris on roads and in parks by going to clark.wa.gov/public-works/report-park-road. For problems that require immediate response, residents should call 564.397.2446.
Sandbags are available to residents for free at two Public Works locations:
- 78th Street Operations Center, 4700 NE 78th St.
- 149th Street Operations Center, 11609 NE 149th St.
Residents will need to fill their own bags (bags and sand provided) and should come prepared with a shovel. Materials are available all hours of the day, all days of the week.
Residents are reminded to never walk, ride, or drive through water if they can’t tell how deep it is. Water six inches deep can sweep an adult off their feet.