Washington Emergency Management Division

Washington Military Department
Building 20, MS TA-20
Camp Murray, WA 98430-5112
800.562.6108,
253.512.7000

Office of the Chief Information Officer
PO Box 43113
210 11th Ave. SW, Suite 300
Olympia, WA 98504
Office: 360-902-0407
Fax: 360-664-0495

Washington State Homepage

Access Washington Government

Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce

John McDonagh, CEO
360-567-1050
1101 Broadway St 120,
Vancouver,WA 98660
(360) 694-2588

City of Vancouver Clark County

Page 2 Local governments
Page 3 Airports; Utilities
WA State Listings For County:
Updated 10-31-2018

Primary Emergency Providers In Clark County


Clark County Sheriff Department

Sheriff Chuck Atkins
707 West 13th
PO Box 410
Vancouver, WA 98666
360-696-2211
360-696-2366

Clark County Sheriff Department

UnderSheriff Mike Cooke
707 West 13th
PO Box 410
Vancouver, WA 98666
360-696-2211
360-696-2366

Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency

Dave Fuller, Director
(360) 992-9219
Kris DeVore E911Coordinator
Operations Manager
(360) 992-9210
Scott Johnson
Emergency Management Manager
(360) 992-6286
710 West 13th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660-2810
360-737-1911
FAX: 360-694-1954
Clarke County Emergency Plans

Clark County Washington ARES

Clark County
Washington ARES


Clark County Washington ARES
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Clark County
Washington ARES

Bob Goodale / K7YFJ, Emergency Coordinator
At this time, any and all CCARES packet messaging takes place on the two meter channel/frequency 144.990 MHz Likewise, the amateur radio Automatic Packet Reporting System, APRS, can be monitored on channel/frequency 144.390 MHz Call Channel 147.240s ToneX 131.8

Clark County Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
Judith AmesWebmaster
PO Box 1424
- Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 896-8909

Club Frequencies


Clark County Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
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PO Box 1424
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 896-8909

Other Emergency Service Providers


Southwest Washington Chapter

American Red Cross
Mike Drake Chapter President
SW Washington Chapter
5109 N.E. 82nd Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 693-5821

American Medical Response Inc

Contact: Doug Boyce
409 NE 76th St,
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 750-4679

Lifeflight Network (Longview)

Sam Flores EMS
22285 Yellow Gate Lane
Aurora, OR 97002
503-678-4364

Southwest Region EMS

& Trauma Care Council
Zita Wiltgen Administrator
Chairperson: Ben Peeler
Medical Program Director: Dr Lynn Wittwer
212 NE 83rd Street
P.O. Box 65158
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 576-8197
(800) 464-1883
Fax: (360) 576-8485

Hospitals In Clark County


Peace Health Southwest Washington

Medical Center
400 Northeast
Mother Joseph Place
Vancouver, WA 98664
360-256-2000
Southwest Washington
Medical Center
3400 Main St
Vancouver,WA 98663
(360) 256-2000

Legacy Hospital At Salmon Creek

2211 NE 139th Street
Vancouver, Washington 98686
360-487-1000

Veterans Hospital

1601 Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98
360-696-4061

Fire Services And EMS


Clark County Fire Prevention Office

Fire Marshal
505 NW 179th St. Suite 110,
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Phone: (360) 397-2186
Fax: (360) 397-2076

East County Fire and Rescue

Fire District 1
Fire Chief Nick Swinhart
Michael Carnes Deputy Chief
Linda Durrett EMS
Orchard Hills
Administration Office
600 NE 267th Ave.
Camas, WA 98607
360-834-4908
Fax 360-834-5454

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East County Fire and Rescue
Orchard Hills
Administration Office
600 NE 267th Ave.
Camas, WA 98607
360-834-4908
Fax 360-834-5454

Washougal Fire and Rescue

Nick SwinhartFire Chief
Division Chief/Fire Marshal
Cliff Free
Divison Chief EMS
Agency #06M06
Station 41
616 NE 4th Avenue
Camas, WA 98607
360-834-2262
Station 42
4321 NW Parker Street
Camas, WA 98607
Station 43
1400 A Street
Washougal, WA 98671 360-835-2211

Clark County Fire District 3

Scott Sorenson Fire Chief
Chris Drone Fire Marshal
Dave Obrien
17718 N.E. 159th St.
Brush Prairie, WA 98606
(360)892-2331
FAX: (360)892-7603

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Clark County Fire District 3
17718 N.E. 159th St.
Brush Prairie, WA 98606
(360)892-2331
FAX: (360)892-7603

Clark County Fire District 6

Fire Chief Jerry Green
Shawn Newberry, Operations Assistant Chief
8800 NE Hazel Dell Ave
Vancouver, WA 98665
360) 576-1195
Fax:(360) 576-1198

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Clark County Fire District 6
8800 NE Hazel Dell Ave
Vancouver, WA 98665
360) 576-1195
Fax:(360) 576-1198

Fire District 10 Amboy

Gordon Brooks
PO Box 309
Amboy, WA 98601
(360)247-5233

North Country EMS

Shawn FordEMS Fire Chief
Tom McDowell,Fire / EMS Assistant Chief
404 S. Parcel Ave.
Yacolt, WA 98675
360-686-3271
fax 360-686-8127
Clark County Fire District 13
30916 Northeast Sunset Falls Road,
Yacolt, WA 98675
Phone:(360) 686-3271

Clark County Fire & Rescue

John Nohr Fire Chief
Ben PeelerDivision Chief Operations
Clark County Fire & Rescue
911 N 65th Avenue
Ridgefield, WA 98642
360-887-4609
(360) 887-0862 fax

Clark County Fire & Rescue

Clark County Fire & Rescue
911 N 65th Avenue
Ridgefield, WA 98642
360-887-4609
(360) 887-0862 fax

Vancouver Fire Dept

Fire Chief Joe Molina
Robb Milano Division Chief Emergency Medical Services
7110 NE 63rd Ave,
Vancouver, WA 98661
PO Box 1995
Vancouver, WA 98668
Phone: (360) 487-7227
Fax: (360) 487-7212
Station 1
900 W. Evergreen Blvd.
Station 2
400 E. 37th St
Station 3
1110 N. Devine
Station 4
6701 NE 147th Ave.
Station 5
7110 NE 63rd St.
Station 6
3216 NE 112th Ave.
Station 7
12603 NE 72nd Ave.
Station 8
213 NE 120th Ave
Station 9
17408 SE 15th St

Marty James Administrator
Northwest Regional
Training Center
11606 NE 66th Street,
Suite 103,
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 759-4404
FAX (360) 892-4350


The Columbian

Scott Campbell
360-699-6001
News Desk
701 W 8th St
Vancouver,WA 98660
(360) 694-3391

United Way of the Columbia-Willamette

Keith Thomajan President and CEO
619 SW 11th Avenue, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97205-2646
503.228.9131
Fax: 503.226.9385

Mount Hood Active Volcano
US Geologic Survey

Snow-clad Mount Hood (3,426 meters - 11,239 feet) dominates the Cascade skyline from the Portland metropolitan area to the wheat fields of Wasco and Sherman Counties. The mountain contributes valuable water, scenic, and recreational resources that help sustain the agricultural and tourist segments of the economies of surrounding cities and counties. Mount Hood is also one of the major volcanoes of the Cascade Range, having erupted repeatedly for hundreds of thousands of years, most recently during two episodes in the past 1,500 years. The last episode ended shortly before the arrival of Lewis and Clark in 1805. When Mount Hood erupts again, it will severely affect areas on its flanks and far downstream in the major river valleys that head on the volcano. Volcanic ash may fall on areas up to several hundred kilometers downwind. Mount Hood was named after a British admiral, Lord Samuel Hood, and first described in 1792 by William Broughton, member of an expedition under command of Captain George Vancouver. -- Scott, et.al., 1997, and Swanson, 1989

Mount Hood Active Volcano
US Geologic Survey