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Posted on: March 14, 2018

Lt. Mike Fort Joins Battle Ground Police Department

Police Lt. Mike Fort The city formally welcomed Mike Fort to the Battle Ground Police Department on March 5th as he took his oath of office as Police Lieutenant in front of City Council, citizens, and fellow law enforcement officers.   A 26-year veteran of the Portla...Read on...
Posted on: March 13, 2018

Battle Ground Police Officer Ed Michael named 2017 Officer of the Year

Chief Richardson and Officer Ed Michael

Each year, Battle Ground Police Department employees select an officer to recognize for his or her exemplary performance.  The Officer of the Year award for 2017 was presented to Officer Ed Michael at the March 5th Battle Ground City Council meet...Read on...

Posted on: March 6, 2018

City & WSDOT seek public input on Phases 2 & 3 of SR-502/503 Congestion Relief Project

Construction on Phase 1 of the SR-502/503 Congestion Relief Project is complete and design work is beginning on future Phases 2 and 3.  The primary goal of the project, as its name implies, is to reduce congestion at the 502/503 intersection an...Read on...
Posted on: February 22, 2018

City officials review and exercise Emergency Management Plan

Emergency Response Planning

When a typical day turns to anything but, the city must be prepared to respond.  Over the last year we have witnessed communities devastated by flood, wildfires, violence, industrial accidents, and numerous other unexpected disasters. T...Read on...

Posted on: January 30, 2018

2018 Clark County Parks Parking Pass available for purchase in Battle Ground

In Battle Ground, we thrive on the abundance of natural surroundings and recreational activities.  Lewisville Regional Park, just 2 miles north of the city, is a local treasure - 154 beautiful acres of forests and meadows along the East Fork of t...Read on...

Posted on: January 4, 2018

LED Streetlight Conversion Project

This month the City of Battle Ground will begin upgrading the city’s 2,300 streetlights to high-efficiency LED (light emitting diode) lighting.  The conversion from the current HPS (high-pressure sodium) lighting to LED will reduce powe...Read on...