For other cities named Vancouver, see Vancouver (disambiguation).

Vancouver is a city located north of Portland, Oregon in Washington.

Landmarks[edit | edit source]

  • 700 Washington Street Building
  • I-5 Bridge
  • Clark County Courthouse
  • Bank of America Financial Center
  • Smith Tower
  • Port of Vancouver
  • United Grain Corporation Workhouse and Grain Storage Bins
  • Vancouver Hilton Hotel and Convention Center
  • West Coast Bank Building

Features[edit | edit source]

Vancouver features a Charged store, a Coastline Mining quarry (representing Vancouver's Fisher Quarry), a Gallon Oil gas station drop-off point, a Steeler factory and a depot, and a Tidbit supermarket.

The only facility in Vancouver is a Gas station.

Connections[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

In the initial release of the Oregon DLC, a huge system of roads lead towards Washington, including Vancouver, Longview, and Yakima.

In the Update 1.33 Open Beta, it was removed.

In the Update 1.35 Experimental Beta, it was readded.

See also[edit | edit source]

Flag of Washington.png Washington
Cities Aberdeen - Bellingham - Colville - Everett - Grand Coulee - Kennewick - Longview - Olympia - Omak - Port Angeles - Seattle - Spokane - Tacoma - Vancouver - Wenatchee - Yakima

Suburbs: Okanogan - Pasco - Renton - Sunnyslope - Union Gap

Scenery Towns: Barney's Junction - Bellevue - Burlington - Clarkston - Coulee City - Coulee Dam - Coupeville - Dayton - Discovery Bay - Dodge - Ellensburg - Elma - Factoria - Forks - Goldendale - Hoquiam - Kalaloch - Marysville - Moses Lake - Naches - Newhalem - Orondo - Port Townsend - Potlatch - Richland - Ritzville - Tonasket - Waitsburg - Wallula Junction - Wickersham

Highways Interstate 5 - Interstate 82 - Interstate 90 - Interstate 182 - Interstate 205 - Interstate 405
US 2 - US 12 - US 97 - US 101 - US 395 - US 730
SR 8 - SR 14 - SR 20 - SR 155 - SR 261 - SR 285 - SR 397 - SR 432 - SR 433 - SR 526 - SR 529 - SR 900
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