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City of Battle Ground Seeking Input for Plan to Improve Non-Motorized Transportation System - 11/24/21

The City of Battle Ground is developing an action plan to enhance non-motorized transportation options within the city. 

Initial work involves identifying gaps and barriers in the non-motorized transportation system such as sidewalks, pathways, trails, and bike lanes or other shared modes of travel. 

The City is seeking input from community members about gaps and barriers they may encounter when walking, rolling, running, biking, or using any other form of non-motorized travel within the city. An online survey and map that allows users to pinpoint areas where gaps and or barriers exist is available online at https://bit.ly/battlegroundNMAP through December 12th.

Survey input along with input from community stakeholders will inform preliminary recommendations for a draft Non-Motorized Action Plan that will be made available to the public for review and further comment. 

Your participation is encouraged and appreciated as the City works to plan for improved transportation systems to serve the Battle Ground community.   

Watching for Santa's Arrival
Watching for Santa's Arrival
Battle Ground's 32nd Annual Holiday Tree Lighting December 3rd (Photo) - 11/18/21

Celebrate the holiday season at Battle Ground’s 32nd Annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Friday, December 3rd at the Battle Ground Community Center located at 912 East Main Street in the city’s historic Old Town district.

The free community event begins 5:30 p.m. as we gather ‘round the tree for live music and caroling with the Battle Ground High School Choir. 

Santa Claus is scheduled to arrive by shiny Fire District 3 Engine with a lights-on Battle Ground Police Department escort to lead everyone in a festive countdown to the lighting of the tree.

The celebration moves indoors to the warmth of the community center where Santa and Mrs. Claus greet children and all who are young at heart. Families and friends are encouraged to bring cameras or phones to take free photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Complimentary holiday cookies, generously donated by the Battle Ground Lions Club, and free hot cocoa adds to the tradition and warmth of our community celebration. 

Face coverings for indoor activities are required per Washington State protocols. 

More about Battle Ground’s traditional kick-off to the holiday season is available at www.cityofbg.org/Holidays

 

 

Bricks & Banners
Bricks & Banners
Honor Military Service with a Commemorative Brick or Customized Banner (Photo) - 11/08/21

Battle Ground, Wash - The Battle Ground community has a long-standing tradition of honoring those who serve. The Battle Ground Veterans Memorial, dedicated in 2015, was fully funded and constructed by community donations.  

The City of Battle Ground’s Bricks & Banners program gives community members the opportunity to publicly recognize and honor the military service of an individual. 

Commemorative Bricks
Personalized, commemorative bricks may be purchased for placement at the Battle Ground Veterans Memorial to honor any U.S. veteran.  Each brick displays the veteran's name, branch of service, and dates of service.  Bricks are engraved and installed on an annual basis in time for Memorial Day.  The cost of a personalized brick is $250. Proceeds from brick sales support the ongoing maintenance of the Battle Ground Veterans Memorial. 

Military Banners
Military Banners for display along Battle Ground’s Main Street may be purchased to honor veterans, active duty personnel, and those who are entering the military with a commitment to serve. Each customized banner features an honoree’s photo, name, branch of service, rank, and years of service. The city will install and display banners along Main Street during the month of May -Military Appreciation Month -  through the third week of June. The cost of a customized banner is $150.00 and includes installation for display on Main Street the initial year of purchase. 

The gift of a commemorative brick or military banner is a meaningful and lasting way to honor the military service of a loved one or friend.  The purchase may be made any time of the year; orders must be placed no later than March 1st for the same year’s installation or display. 

Detailed information about the Bricks & Banners program is available online or by contacting city’s Parks & Recreation office at 360-342-5380. 

Attached Media Files: Bricks & Banners
City of Battle Ground Seeking Applications for Parks and Community Engagement Advisory Board - 11/01/21

The City of Battle Ground is seeking applicants interested serving in a position on its Parks & Community Engagement (PACE) Advisory Board. The position’s 3-year term begins January 1, 2022. 

PACE board members are volunteers who support city parks and recreation programs by fostering public interest in events and activities, participating in programs, and soliciting participation from community organizations and the general public. The board also serves in an advisory capacity, making recommendations to the city council regarding the development and operations of public parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities.

The board meets monthly on Wednesdays at 5:00 pm. Currently, meetings are held remotely on an online platform.   

Applications, available online at www.cityofbg.org/PACE-Application, must be submitted by 5 pm on November 19 to be considered.

Visit www.cityofbg.org/PACE  to learn more about the Parks & Community Engagement Advisory Board.   

City of Battle Ground Seeking Applications for Planning Commission - 11/01/21

The City of Battle Ground is seeking applicants interested in serving in a position on its volunteer Planning Commission.  The position’s 4-year term begins January 1, 2022. Applicants for the position must reside within the City of Battle Ground. 

The Planning Commission is a 7-member volunteer board charged with advising the city council on all legislative land use matters referred to them by the council including comprehensive planning, capital facility planning, transportation planning, and development codes. 

Commissioners serve four-year terms. The commission typically meets one to two times a month on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm. Currently, meetings are held remotely on an online platform.   

Applications, available online at www.cityofbg.org/PC-Application, must be submitted by 5 pm on November 19 to be considered.

Visit www.cityofbg.org/Planning-Commission to learn more about the Planning Commission.