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Multnomah County Environmental Health Services has developed a Heat Vulnerability Index to help prioritize and guide extreme heat response and long-term planning.
Information about cool spaces, cooling centers and other resources during the hot weather.
With the National Weather Service forecasting temperatures as high as 98 degrees for the Portland metro area on Tuesday, view steps you and your family can take to prevent heat-related illness.
To protect your health when temperatures rise, remember to keep cool and use common sense.
Two people have been identified as experiencing homelessness; numbers may change as additional cases are investigated
A preliminary report on the Mulltnomah County response to the June 2021 heat wave.
An unprecedented heat dome settled over the region for nearly five days between June 25 and June 30. It was a mass casualty event.
Elected officials and health experts gather Sunday to kick off Heat Week, honoring those who died in series of record 2021 heat events and sharing findings from a final accounting of those deaths
Multnomah County filed suit against several of the largest fossil fuel and coal-producing corporations, seeking to hold them accountable for damages arising from the 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Dome.