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Current Clark County Emergency Information

This page is where you would find current Clark County Emergency Information.

Currently, there are no active events in Clark County.

Flooding:

You 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 usually avaialable at any hardware store. Sandbags are available for free at two Public Works locations:

78th Street Operations Center, 4700 NE 78th St.

149th Street Operations Center, 11609 NE 149th St.

You will need to fill your 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.

Wildfire:

The Nakia Creek Fire is still considered an active fire in NE Clark County. Click Here to visit information on the Nakia Creek Fire.

Closures:

The fire area is unsafe for the public. Your presence in the closed area puts your safety as well as firefighter safety at risk. Several roads and culverts were damaged by the fire and hazards and damages continued to be assessed.  Please stay out of the closed areas.

Recreational Closures – Motorized trials and the Larch Mountain Trailhead will remain closed for the season.

Road Closures

The following road closures remain in effect to assure safety of the public while suppression and rehabilitation activities continue:

  • The roads west of the L-1500 and L-1600 Rd intersection (Jackson Pass).
  • The 1500 road east of Four Corners

Please check the interactive map link below to view and search for closed roads.

Nakia Creek Fire GIS Interactive Map

Current Evacuations and Closures

Evacuations

Currently there are no wildfires within Clark County that have resulted in evacuations

Check-In Sites

Currently none in place within Clark County

County Closures

Currently no county closures related to wildfire

Road Closures

The following road closures remain in effect to assure safety of the public while suppression and rehabilitation activities continue:

  • The roads west of the L-1500 and L-1600 Rd intersection (Jackson Pass).
  • The 1500 road east of Four Corners

Sign Up for Clark Public Alerts

By providing contact information, county residents can opt-in to receive critical emergency messaging via email, phone call, and text during times of disasters. Important messages that could be relayed include notices to evacuate, shelter-in-place, shelter locations, and other extremely important information. Read more.

Information on Other Wildfires throughout the Portland/Vancouver Metro Region

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Clark Public Alerts

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