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Clean Water seeks community input about protecting, restoring water quality in local rivers, lakes and streams

The Public Works Clean Water division is asking residents for input about which programs, activities and services are most important to them via a survey opening March 25. This information will be used to guide planning efforts to update the division’s service offerings. The survey asks residents why rivers and lakes are important to them and how we should protect and improve water quality. Learn more.

April 22 open house about 78th Street Heritage Farm wetland restoration project

Residents are invited to an open house to learn more about the wetland restoration project planned for the 78th Street Heritage Farm. The open house, 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 22, will allow residents and farm partners to learn more about the project and provide feedback. The project will restore approximately two acres of wetlands and establish approximately three acres of vegetated buffer along Cougar Creek’s headwaters. Learn more.

Apply to be a volunteer residential park host

Clark County Public Works is seeking applicants for open volunteer park host positions at Haapa Boat Launch and Frenchman’s Bar Regional Park, and an upcoming position at Lucia Falls Regional Park. Volunteer park hosts live at their assigned park and assist with creating a safe and welcoming environment for all visitors. Learn more.

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