Vancouver Neighborhood Map
Use the Vancouver, Washington neighborhood map below to visit the main regions of the city. Scroll to the links below, leading to neighborhood guides, Vancouver real estate for sale, and additional community information. All of the guide's information is provided by local Realtors who know intimate details of each area. We hope our guide helps folks visiting the region and locals alike to get a sense of Vancouver's layout and the geographical position of its official districts.
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Official Vancouver Neighborhoods
The communities listed above are official Vancouver neighborhoods. All of them sit within the city limits. Keep in mind, though, homes in many nearby communities and subdivisions (Mill Plain, Felida, etc.) have Vancouver street addresses despite sitting outside the city's boundary. For more information, feel free to check out additional resources like our Best Neighborhoods in Vancouver guide.
Vancouver, Washington, is the fourth-largest city in the state, trailing only Seattle, Tacoma, and Spokane. It is a bedroom community to Portland, Oregon, and the county seat of Clark County.
Vancouver hit a population growth spurt in the 1990s. The influx of high tech companies and the Washington State Legislature's funding of a Washington State University regional campus, "WSU Vancouver," in 1989 helped contribute to the growth. What's more, the City of Vancouver annexed several areas adjacent to its municipal borders. Between 1990 and 2000, the Vancouver's population went from just over 46,000 to over 143,000. What's more, the construction of new homes in Vancouver and the surrounding communities in Clark County ensued at a brisk pace to keep up.
Residents living in Vancouver enjoy the natural beauty of the region, which includes views of mountains, forests, lakes, and rivers. Enjoying the outdoors is part of the culture here, from the laid back pace fishing to a skiing adventure on nearby Mt. Hood. Arts and entertainment options abound within Vancouver and just across the Columbia River in the Portland metro.