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Homeowner Associations

The City has many active neighborhood associations and there are many benefits to becoming involved.

For information on the City's homeowner association officers contact Ronda Syverson, Community Development Administration at 360.817.7256 or email her at rsyverson@cityofcamas.us.

At this time there are no meetings scheduled. Check back for updated information.

Gatekeeper Program

Helping the elderly can save lives! Participate in assisting the elderly through a program throughout Clark County www.helpingelders.org.
Anyone can be a Gatekeeper - businesses, employees, neighbors, or other community groups. You will be trained in less than one hour on what the danger signs in the elderly are, what to watch for, and know this telephone number to call for assistance. Southwest Washington Agency on Aging 360.694.8144

Emergency Updates

For Emergency Information - on storms, floods, school closures, etc. go to Portland Info Net for updates.

Moving to Camas?

To get help locating a home in the Camas community go to www.housingconnections.org, a site managed by the City of Portland, Bureau of Housing and Community Development.

The Downtown Camas Association

has a website which helps you find out about the many benefits of downtown Camas!
Click here to go to www.downtowncamas.com


There are so many great amenities which make living in Camas, Washington the place to Live, Work, Learn & Play!

Situated in the eastern hilly portion of Clark County lies the City of Camas, home to approximately 21,000 residents. There are so many amenities for families and visitors to the community; a vibrant, yet quaint historic downtown, approximately 60 miles of trails, which often have play areas and other family amenities at the trail-heads, hi-profile business ventures stimulating job opportunities, several hi-tech manufacturing industries, and essential to our youth, the City boasts a state-leading educational system.

From its origins over 100 years ago as a paper-mill town, which still boasts a mill operated by Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Camas has expanded, developed, and successfully blended a mix of cultures, values, and vision. These ideals have been instrumental in promoting diverse economic growth, encouraging development of livable, family-oriented neighborhoods, protecting open-space, building parks and other recreational amenities — in short, balancing the nexus between jobs, housing and recreation.

Prioritizing the quality of life for all residents has made Camas a truly unique community


Camas is a great place to LIVE! 

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