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Vancouver's rapid growth has led to conflicts with Clark County communities. In 1909, the city was more than twice its size. The largest annexation in 1997 added 11,258 acres to the city and 58,171 people. Vancouver is split by the 1997 annexation and urban growth. West Vancouver houses downtown Vancouver, most of Vancouver's historical areas, and recent mixed-use developments. East Vancouver also includes Cascade Park East-West and West, which were home to 6,996 and 6,956 respectively in 1990 before the annexation.
Unincorporated urban areas north and west of Vancouver are home to more than a third of Vancouver's urban population. These include the communities of Salmon Creek, Felida Orchards, Felida, and Felida. Vancouver would have been the second-largest state city if county leaders had approved a major annexation plan for 2006, surpassing Spokane and Tacoma.