Yes, online registration is open until midnight on Saturday, January 25, 2020. To guarantee a race shirt in your preferred size, please register online by Tuesday, December 31, 2019.
Yes. Day-of registration will be available for $40.00, but shirts and race bags are not guaranteed. Early online registration is encouraged and will save you $10.00.
No, all registrations are final. Thank you for your donation to Operation Warm Heart!
No, your registration and bib number are non-transferable.
Yes, email Maxie Mayer at firstname.lastname@example.org for changes to existing registrations.
Your $30 registration includes run/walk participation, a Race for Warmth performance long sleeve shirt, drawstring race bag with goodies generously donated by local businesses, event day snacks, automatic entry into multiple prize drawings and after party beverages and treats! All race proceeds are donated to Operation Warm Heart.
Unfortunately, shirts are not included with the Kids Fun Run. Additional shirts will be available for purchase on the day of the event for $10.
Yes. Your race packet includes your official race bib, safety pins and instructions for participation. If you do not pick up your race packet, you will not be able to participate in the race. Packets cannot be mailed.
Packet pick up will be available in the main parking lot at Clark Public Utilities (1200 Fort Vancouver Way) on Friday, January 24, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, January 25, from 9 a.m. to noon. Race day packet pick up can be accommodated but is not recommended due to long lines.
The kid’s fun run will start at 8:30 a.m., the 10K run will begin at 9:00 a.m., and the 5K run/walk will begin at 9:05 a.m.
The kid’s run is a short, closed route right in front of the utility building. Kids will follow a local team mascot on a sidewalk trail around the front lawn of our building. Employee volunteers will be along the path keeping kids on the route. **Note: shirts are not included with the Kids Fun Run, however additional shirts will be available for purchase for $10.
Yes, a staffed coat/bag check will be located inside the Community Room at Clark Public Utilities.
Yes, but please start at the back of the pack and be cautious of other participants, the course narrows in places.
No animals are allowed on the course except for designated service animals. Please leave your pets at home or plan for someone to stay with them while you race.
Personal MP3 players and other devices with earpieces are allowed on the course. If you choose to wear headphones, please be extra cautious and mindful of the volume of your music, the others around you and all flaggers/intersections where safety is key.
Yes, there will be a handful of water stations along the race route.
Certified flaggers and course marshals will be stationed along the route and patrolling the route on bicycles to help participants stay on the course and answer questions racers have along the way.
Yes, the finish line is open until 11:30 a.m.
Indoor restrooms will be open in the Clark Public Utilities Community Room and portable restrooms will be located outdoors in the parking lot. Restrooms will not be available on the course.
Awards will be given to the top male/female in each category (5K and 10K) as they cross the finish line. The top three finishers in each category will be announced at the after party located at the utility in the main parking lot around 11 a.m. Please check your race packet for additional information.
Thank you for being interested, but the event is produced by Clark Public Utilities and run entirely by utility employee volunteers. The flaggers, marshals and all other race helpers you see at the Race for Warmth are utility employees donating time to help raise money for Operation Warm Heart.
While carpooling and/or drop off is always recommended, here are a few different parking options: Public Library Headquarters, Hudson’s Bay High School, Clark Community College, Marshal Center, Fort Vancouver Little League Park, Public Library off Evergreen Blvd., Public Parking on Officer’s Row.
No. There are free, public lots nearby and street parking is not metered on Sundays.