East Vancouver Business Association
A strong leader for East Vancouver and SE Clark County.  Founded in February 1991 as a means for East Clark County businesses to express their interests in both civic and economic development for our community.
Our Mission is to promote and support the businesses within our community.  To participate in the development of our community's growth.  To network within the business community, and to instill cooperation and mutual support of our professional and civic goals.



EVBA August Morning Networking Event 2018

Very special morning event with Guest Speaker; Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle Read More


EVBA September Evening Networking Event 2018 & Scholarship Presentation

Our favorite event of the year! Join us as we present scholarship checks to our ... Read More


EVBA New Association Management System Set to GO Live

March 14, 2018
The EVBA has been working for months to develop a new website and member relationship system.

Member of the Month!

March 03, 2018
Schiller & Company, P.C. Tim Schiller, the President of Schiller & Company has been a member of the East Vancouver Business Association since 1995. Tim was also, at on...

Welcome New Members!

January 18, 2017
M&A Innovative Media, LLC - Joined 06/16/2017; American Red Cross - Joined 06/09/2017; Burntown Fitness - Joined 05/05/2017; BBSI - Joined 04/28/2017

City of Vancouver NEWS

Join members of the Rose City Astronomers and Vancouver Sidewalk Astronomers for a unique stargazing experience at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Vancouver, Wash.  ̶   On Monday, Vancouver City Council unanimously adopted a resolution in support of an Interstate 5 bridge replacement project. The resolution urges Washington State Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington State Legislature to provide funding to the Washington State Department of Transportation to advance the bridge replacement project.

“This is an important first step in moving the I-5 bridge project forward,” said Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle. “The replacement of the bridge will be critical to the continued economic growth of the bi-state region.”