Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Under 21? This is for you.

The Prevent! Coalition of Clark County is seeking youth input with this short survey, including an opportunity to win an iPad.

"The Prevent! Coalition of Clark County is a local substance abuse prevention coalition working for a healthy, thriving, and drug-free Clark County, Washington." -Source: website

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Neighbors On Watch Information Night Coming Up

Neighbors On Watch is a volunteer watch program and the Clark County Sheriff's Office is hosting an informational meeting.  

"Now volunteers are trained to patrol neighborhoods throughout the county in pairs looking for suspicious activity such as car prowls and graffiti. They attend community events and other assignments as requested by the Sheriff's Office" -The Columbian 11/7/15

If you're interested in the Neighbors On Watch (NOW) info night, it's coming up Wed, Nov 18th, beginning 6:30pm at 505 NW 179th ST Ridgefield (CCSO West Precinct) near Fairgrounds.

Additional information available from Clark County Sheriff's Office Outreach Unit at 360-397-2211 ext 3380 or email You can also visit

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Got Leaves?

Here's a coupon for free disposal of leaves! Please don't rake or blow leaves into the streets, it stresses the drainage systems, clogs drains and floods our streets. 

Residents in Clark County and the City of Vancouver may dispose of Leaves only, Oct 1-Dec 31, 2015 free of charge at the designated locations.  Get your coupon here.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Candidate Forum

Neighborhood Meeting - Important! Who will represent us on the Board of Clark County Councilors? 

Note: In lieu of our general meeting this month, please join us at the Candidate Forum (on our calendar). We will vote in November for our Clark County Representatives.

Sifton NA is a Member of NACCC, see you there! 
*in the meeting room

Monday, September 21, 2015

Rx Take Back Event Coming Up!

Coming Up!  Rx Take Back Fall Event  - Saturday, September 26, 2015.

For year-round disposal options, see this flyer.  For additional information and resources, we invite you to check out the Prevent! Coalition of Clark County or visit Clark County's medication recycling page.

You can also find this event posted on our neighborhood Facebook page.

Monday, September 14, 2015

NEW! Non-Emergency phone number for Law Enforcement

We can now keep 9-1-1 just for emergencies! Dial 3-1-1 to access the new way to report non-emergencies that need the attention of law enforcement. 

Make note of all your resources:

2-1-1 Health & Social Services Referrals
provided by

3-1-1 Non-Emergency for Law Enforcement
provided by

4-1-1 Telephone Directory Assistance
provided by phone carrier

5-1-1 State Travel Information
provided by

6-1-1 Telephone Company Repair Service
provide by phone carrier

7-1-1 Telecommunications Relay Service
provided by

8-1-1 Call Before You Dig
provided by

9-1-1 Emergencies, All Fire, Police and Emergency Services
provided by

Call 360-992-8000 report power outages to Clark Public Utilities