Neighbors United for Progress

Columbia County, WA

Neighbors United for Progress is a community of citizens from across the political spectrum united to move Columbia County forward.


Neighbors United for Progress

What does "progress" mean in a small rural community?

It means being flexible and adapting to changing times in order to stay relevant. It means maintaining or growing our tax base to keep residents' taxes from skyrocketing.

Lawsuit Filed to Protect Constitutional Rights of Columbia County Library Voters

On August 29, 2023, Neighbors United filed a lawsuit that may save the Columbia County Library District. Read the full Press Release Here.

How do we do that?

It starts with good governance. Government has its purpose and one of those purposes is to support economic development and the maintenance of essential services to keep our community attractive to new businesses and residents. We support working together to build a better community rather than tearing our institutions apart.

Pro Library Yard Signs Coming Soon!

Keep our Columbia County Rural Library District VOTE NO on Proposition 2 yard signs are on their way. Watch for information on when and where to pick up your sign.

Does this mean growth?

Not necessarily. Columbia County's birth rate is so much lower than its death rate that we cannot sustain our population without new people moving into the area. We need people to shop in our stores, we need businesses to supply jobs, and we need kids to enroll in our schools to remain a healthy community.

How Can You Donate to Help Save the LIbrary?

By donating to NUP, you are helping the fight to save our treasured library system. Just click on the donate button below to help NUP take on the fight to defeat Proposition 2. A donation to the Friends of the Dayton Memorial Library will help pay for educational materials. You can donate to them directly from their website here.

It takes hard work, dedicated citizens, and smart government to keep a small town like ours from deteriorating and going backward.

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Fentanyl Town Hall

Fentanyl Town Hall to be Held in Dayton May 4 DAYTON – April 23, 2023 – The public is invited to a town hall meeting to discuss the impact of the fentanyl epidemic on Columbia County. The event will be held Thursday, May 4, at 7 p.m. in the Dayton Elementary School Multipurpose Room. The…

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