Clark County Close Up

A monthly magazine show featuring leaders and events in Clark County.     

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Clark County Close Up (03-05-17)

On this edition of Close Up see what took place at the 2017 State of the County event. Meet new Clark County Councilor, John Blom. Then join Public Works as crews clean up and restore parks and roads after the severe winter storms.

Clark County Close Up (01-22-17)

On this edition of Clark County Close Up hear why walk-in business hours for the second-floor joint lobby of the Public Service Center have changed. Meet new Clark County Councilor, Eileen Quiring. Then learn how you can help the Medical Examiner identify a teenage girl whose remains were found nearly 37 years ago.

Clark County Close Up (12-11-16)

On this edition of Close Up see how the Clark County Green Business Program is encouraging companies to conserve resources and reduce waste. Hear about efforts in the county to improve the overall health of the community by integrating Medicaid services. Then visit local businesses that are committed to employ people with developmental disabilities.

Clark County Close Up (10-30-16)

On this edition of Clark County Close Up see how students are keeping food waste out of the landfill. Hear how services may be impacted with the adoption of the 2017-18 Budget. Then join Public Works volunteers as they help beautify the county.

Clark County Close Up (09-18-16)

This month on Clark County Close Up join the Elections Department as they gear up for the presidential election year. Learn how the Sheriff’s Office is working to improve safety in the jail. Then see how the innovative “Hour Impact” program allows people to share their talents, skills and expertise without money changing hands.

Clark County Close Up (08-07-16)

On this edition of Close Up get an update on the construction of two new neighborhood parks, Sorenson and Tower Crest. Hear about next steps following the recent Board of County Councilors’ approval of the 2016 Comprehensive Growth Management Plan. Then see how Clark County Animal Protection and Control and local volunteers teamed up to rescue horses in need.