One of Washington 's best kept secrets, North Bonneville is ideally located between the recreational attractions of the Columbia Gorge and the metropolitan Portland area, just 45 miles away.
The City of North Bonneville will hold two public hearings for purpose of updating the City’s six year comprehensive transportation program. These hearings are intended to provide an opportunity for community residents to comment on the City’s current six year transportation improvement plan and provide guidance how it might be revised and extended to address transportation needs.
A big thank you to Jake Meyer and Greg Hartnell for all their time and talent in restoring our City Entrance Sign!
The Washington Surveying and Rating Bureau (WSRB) has completed its evaluation of the fire protection capabilities of the City of North Bonneville as it relates to our fire insurance rating. We're pleased to know that the Protection Classification for North Bonneville remains a Protection Class 5.
Try to avoid tick bites. When working, camping, or walking in a tick habitat — wooded, brushy, or grassy places — a few simple precautions can reduce your chance of being bitten. Wear long pants and a long-sleeved shirt; tuck your pant legs into socks or boots and shirt into pants to help keep ticks outside your clothing so they’re more easily spotted and removed. It also helps to wear light colored, tightly woven clothing, which will allow the dark tick to be seen more easily; the tight weave makes it harder for the tick to reach your skin and become attached.
Welcome to summer! Our weather is still on the inconsistent side with almost daily changes from sunny and warm to cloudy and cool (with the usual showers thrown in for good measure), but overall it’s definitely feeling more like the cold, wet weather is behind us and the time has come to think about getting outdoors to enjoy the beauty that surrounds us.
On your mark.. get set.. READ!
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District summer reading program starts June 15. Stop by the library and sign up to read around the district with other kids and families. Track your progress and earn prizes along the way. Learn more about these programs at www.fvrl.org
As we move into May, we will see several city infrastructure projects getting started.
As we head into April there are plenty of things to get excited about beyond the improving weather and the sound of lawn mowers in the air.
Spring will officially begin this month, but it feels like we’ve been in spring cleaning mode for months already. Between all the downed trees and branches and other damage inflicted on our community by the storms in November and December, our public works crew has been burning their candles at both ends and the middle. In addition to all their clean up duties, they have also been manually regulating the reservoirs that supply our city water system.