Vancouver Yellow Pages Business Information
There are many businesses in the area and you can find that information here in our Vancouver Yellow Pages online yellow pages phone book directory. You can search the list of companies, by category, browse by name, or even use the reverse phone look-up to find a company.
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Additional 411 Yellow Pages Directories
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Welcome to Vancouver
Not to be confused with the larger city of Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver, Washington was named for a famous explorer. It serves as part of the metropolitan area that includes Portland making it the 23rd largest metropolitan area in the United States. The estimated population in 2012 was 165,489.
Economics with Portland Oregon
The Columbia River flows through the city. It is the largest river in the northwest and is over 1,240 miles long. Taxes play a role in the growth of this area because shopping is also often done by locals in Portland to avoid the sales tax but people live here to avoid the Oregon income tax.
Recreation Parks and Trails
There are many parks and trails along the river for you to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The community has the distinction of having the first sawmill in the northwest part of the country. Recreational and cultural events and many restaurants at which to dine are also available to try the unique tastes of the northwest. You should never be bored here with all it has to offer.
The community also has one of the oldest airfields in the country - Pearson Field. The city has seen ship building, aircraft construction, farming and lumber production throughout its history. Today the Port of Vancouver terminal is an area many tourists visit.
There are many shopping centers in the area. Some of them include the Columbia Square shopping center the Vancouver Market center and Vancouver Plaza in addition to the downtown area. Today the city is a vibrant community, offering many employment opportunities, with great food and shopping for everyone to enjoy.
College and Universities
Two of the best-known schools for higher learning include the two-year Clark College and Washington State University.
Using our online local yellow pages for your search helps in protecting the environment in this beautiful city along the Columbia River by reducing paper waste typically produced by phone books.