Attend a small group meeting with the Camas City Council Members who represent you!
Camas is split into 3 areas called "wards," and each elected City Council Member represents one. To give Camas residents even greater access to their elected officials, this spring we’re bringing back Ward Meetings – small, hands-on gatherings where community members of a ward can discuss, share, and ask questions alongside friends and neighbors.
All Camas residents are invited to attend the meeting of their ward, and the meeting of other wards, too, if desired!
You can determine your ward by visiting the Clark County Maps Online website (http://bit.ly/CamasWards), clicking the Search tab and entering their street address or tax ID number.
Ward meetings will occur twice this year, once in the spring and once in the fall. The first set of upcoming ward meetings will be held in April and May 2019, as follows:
• Ward 1 – Sat., April 27, 1-3 p.m., with Council Members Deanna Rusch and Melissa Smith, at Camas City Hall Council Chambers, 616 NE 4th Ave.
• Ward 2 – Sun., May 19, 12:30-2 p.m., with Council Members Bonnie Carter and Steve Hogan, at Camas City Hall Council Chambers, 616 NE 4th Ave.
• Ward 3 – Mon., April 29, 7-8:30 p.m., with Council Members Ellen Burton and Greg Anderson, at Dorothy Fox Elementary Library, 2623 NW Sierra St.
SPRING MEETINGS – The format of spring ward meetings will be casual to allow residents to bring their own ideas, concerns, and questions for discussion.
AUTUMN MEETINGS – The format of the fall ward meetings will be more structured, with a set topic that is specific to the ward.
At each meeting, Council Member At Large Don Chaney, Mayor Shannon Turk, and council members from other wards will also be in attendance.
Questions? Please contact City Administrator Pete Capell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-314-7216.