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News Release
Join the City of Vancouver for the 2024 State of the City and Council Community Forum
Join the City of Vancouver for the 2024 State of the City and Council Community Forum
Media Advisory: Vancouver's State of the City and Council Community Forum (Photo) - 02/29/24

Vancouver, Wash. – City of Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and the Vancouver City Council will host the 2024 State of the City and Council Community Forum at 6 p.m. Monday, March 18. Mayor McEnerny-Ogle’s speech will cover Vancouver's key accomplishments in 2023 and what the City will focus on in the future as the community continues to grow and change. 

Guests are invited to stay after the speech to meet, in person, with City Councilors at the first Council Community Forum of the year.

What: 2024 State of the City and Council Community Forum

The event will be accompanied by the release of the City's annual report, which includes additional details on City budgets and accomplishments during 2023. 

Who: Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle will present a brief State of the City address, highlighting some of the key accomplishments of 2023 and looking ahead to what’s next for Vancouver. The mayor’s remarks will be followed by the first quarterly Council Community Forum of the year.

When: 6 p.m. Monday, March 18. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Due to space constraints at the venue, RSVPs for the event are encouraged and can be made at www.cityofvancouver.us/stateofthecity. The City will make every effort to accommodate those who arrive without previously RSVPing to the event.

The State of the City address will be streamed live–and available for on-demand viewing–on Clark/Vancouver Television (CVTV) channel 23 and HD 323 and the City’s Facebook.  

Where: Firstenburg Community Center Community Room, 700 N.E 136th Ave., Vancouver. Media may park in the free lot at Firstenburg Community Center but should be aware that seating and space at the venue will be limited.

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