City of La Center
City Hall
214 East 4th Street
La Center, WA 98629
360.263.2782 | Fax 360.263.5700

Police Department
105 West 5th Street
La Center, WA 98629
360.263.2745 | Fax 360.263.2757

Public Works Dept/Building Div
305 NW Pacific Highway
La Center, WA 98629
360.263.7665 | Fax 360.263.7666
What's New

Don't miss an important event; check our new CALENDAR OF EVENTS webpage or our list of 2015 EVENTS.

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As part of the City Council’s public outreach efforts, the City conducted a town hall meeting and community survey to assess community attitudes towards marijuana uses. Your voices were heard. Here is a summary of the responses we received.Survey Results

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Current Parks Master Plan

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Cowlitz Indian Tribe Updates

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2013 Comprehensive Plan Amendments

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Important Taxpayer Information for Short-Term Home Rentals from the Department of Revenue: Click here to find out what local taxpayers need to know about what taxes they are obligated to collect if they rent their home out for less than 30 days.

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The City of La Center thanks all of the volunteers and sponsors for making the Centennial celebration memorable

Located east of Interstate 5 at Exit 16, scenic La Center is in north Clark County, Washington, near the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range affording magnificent views of Mount St. Helens. The southern border of the City runs along the picturesque East Fork of the Lewis River. Incorporated in 1909, La Center offers small community living with convenient commutes to Vancouver and Olympia, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

Residents and visitors enjoy an abundance of wildlife and outdoor activities in our rolling hills, unspoiled wetlands and city parks. The La Center Wetlands Stewardship Park is home to Canadian Geese and Tundra Swan who take a rest on their journey along the Pacific Flyway. Sternwheeler Park is our brand-new outdoor amphitheater designed as a great venue for bands, concerts and special events. The 12-acre City of La Center Park hosts a community building, ball fields, play area and a pathway for walking or jogging. Heritage Park, located in the northern part of the City, is a beautiful greenbelt area offering a play area and walking paths. The Elmer Soehl Park also offers respite to walkers and a playground for youngsters.

The General Commercial District consists of businesses and stores including food/fuel convenience markets and video store. Additional restaurants, offering a variety of foods, are located in the four mini-casinos near the General Commercial District.Come and see why La Center is a great place to live!

Please email your comments to: Feedback; written comments may also be mailed to City Hall, at 214 E. 4th Street, La Center, WA 98629. All emails become part of the public record.