East Vancouver Business Association

A strong leader for East Vancouver and SE Clark County.  Founded in February 1991 as a means for East Clark County businesses to express their interests in both civic and economic development for our community.

Our Mission is to promote and support the businesses within our community.  To participate in the development of our community's growth.  To network within the business community, and to instill cooperation and mutual support of our professional and civic goals.



EVBA July Morning Speed-Networking Event 2019

Kickstart your business! Join us for our Speed Networking session at The Heathma... Read More


EVBA August Morning Networking Event 2019

Very special morning event with Guest Speaker; Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle
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EVBA New Association Management System Set to GO Live

March 14, 2018
The EVBA has been working for months to develop a new website and member relationship system.

Member of the Month!

March 03, 2018
Schiller & Company, P.C. Tim Schiller, the President of Schiller & Company has been a member of the East Vancouver Business Association since 1995. Tim was also, at on...

Welcome New Members!

January 18, 2017
M&A Innovative Media, LLC - Joined 06/16/2017; American Red Cross - Joined 06/09/2017; Burntown Fitness - Joined 05/05/2017; BBSI - Joined 04/28/2017

City of Vancouver NEWS

A City of Vancouver project to resurface Northeast 162nd/164th Avenue, between Northeast 18th Street and Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard, is expected to get underway the week of June 17. Work will be done each night, from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday nights through Saturday mornings, to reduce travel impacts. Project completion is anticipated in mid-July.

On July 1, the City of Vancouver’s Development Review Division will take the final step of going 100 percent digital when it starts requiring residential (RES) building permits be submitted to the City electronically.

“With the addition of residential building permits, the City of Vancouver has attained a 100 percent paperless permit review process,” said City Development Review Manager Jason Nortz. "This makes the City of Vancouver one of the first jurisdictions in southwest Washington to have a fully electronic plan review process."