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  • Vancouver is a city with a rich history, and although it shares its name with the larger city across the Canadian border 300 miles to the north, Vancouver, Washington, is actually the original city to have the name. Home to Clark Country and its endless outdoor activities, a host of beautiful and varied buildings, a wonderful Fourth of July fireworks display, and 'Dogtoberfest', a great event for dog lovers, Vancouver is a small city that packs a punch.

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  • Housing StatisticsThe city of Vancouver has a relatively small population of roughly 165,000, though it is the 4th largest city in the state of Washington. Median income for the city is just shy of $50,000, with per capita income rates of about half that. Average house sales stand at about $310,000, with median rates of $170,000. On average, roughly 400-500 houses are sold every month in the city, which is in line with the size of the metropolitan area.
  • Tourist AttractionsThe major attractions in the city focus on its interesting history and wonderful landscapes. If you are a lover of the outdoors, you'll be in heaven, with beautiful scenic walks, hikes, bike rides, and more all available in easy distance from the city. On clear days you'll be able to see Mount St. Helens and Mount Hood from the city, while beautiful forests and state parks are all available for exploration in the area. Esther State Park is worth a visit, with movies and concerts during the summer, while the Water Resources Education Center is certainly a great place to take the kids. Here you'll find several exhibits and galleries, along with wetland preserves that showcase the areas flora and fauna. For a look into the city's historical past, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is an absolute must, showing off the region's history from its Native American roots to its days as a fur trading post. The Pearson Air Museum is a great site for lovers of planes and air combat history, while the Clark County Historical Museum is also worth a look.
  • Arts and CultureVancouver isn't short on cultural and artsy attractions, either. While it plays host to some wonderful historical sites, it also showcases some popular modern cultural attractions. If music is your thing, the city is a veritable playground for your senses. If it's classical music you love, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is certainly worth a look. Esther Park has the Pavilion for live music performances, while Sleep Country Amphitheatre also shows off some excellent acts throughout the year. The Clark County Historical Museum, as mentioned above, is in the old public library, where lovers of literature can explore the many stacks of books there, with more than 400 unpublished works available from a global array of writers. In the downtown area you'll also find several art galleries, while performing arts, particularly Hawaiian inspired Polynesian festivals, are also popular here. Of primary interest in Vancouver is the Three Days of Aloha, an event not to be missed for those who love music, dance, art, and fun!
  • Neighborhood GuideIf you're looking to live in a city that has a great community feel and is extremely family-friendly, Vancouver might be just what you're looking for. Rent to own homes, houses for sale, rental properties: they're all available throughout the city's 66 neighborhoods.