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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.

UPCOMING EVENTS


RECENT NEWS


Membership is Back, Time to Renew

October 27, 2021
Hi there EVBA Member- Thank you so much for being a member of the EVBA family! Whether you’ve been a member for several years or you joined just a year ago, we truly val...

Vancouver News

2 Tri-Cities motel residents fought over barking dogs. Now, 1 is on trial for murder

KENNEWICK — A member of a well-established Tri-Cities family goes on trial this week for the 2020 death of a Richland man following a fight over barking dogs at a local motel.

State parks offer free First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day

OLYMPIA — Start 2022 with a guided snowshoe trek at Lake Wenatchee State Park, a hike on the Little Bear Trail at Lake Chelan State Park or get a lesson in history and some walking in at the Lincoln Rock State Park. Those are three of more than 40 state parks offering free First Day Hikes, snowshoe excursions, bike rides and more on New Year’s Day.


Vancouver Business Journal

City of Battle Ground seeking input for plan to improve non-motorized transportation system

The City of Battle Ground is developing an action plan to enhance non-motorized transportation options within the city.  Initial work involves identifying gaps and barriers in the non-motorized transportation system […] The post City of Battle Ground seeking input for plan to improve non-motorized transportation system appeared first on Vancouver Business Journal.

Commission on Aging launches community member survey

The Clark County Commission on Aging recognizes that organizations and individuals who support our community have had to be flexible during the pandemic in order to connect people to vital […] The post Commission on Aging launches community member survey appeared first on Vancouver Business Journal.