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Chair Deborah Kafoury’s Executive Budget was presented to the Board of County Commissioners on May 5, 2022. The Final FY 2023 Budget is scheduled to be adopted on June 16, 2022, at the regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners.

You may use the form below to:

  1. Sign up to testify during Multnomah County's virtual public hearings, scheduled for Wednesday, May 25 and Wednesday, June 1. All meetings will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. The deadline to sign up is 5 p.m. on the day of the hearing. Meeting dates and times are subject to change; or
  2. Submit written comments or suggestions about the County's proposed budget.

Members of the public can watch a livestream of each public budget hearing on the Multnomah County Board YouTube channel. For instructions on calling in by phone to listen to a budget hearing, visit the Board Clerk’s website

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    Testify at a virtual public budget hearing

    †Non-departmental offices are primarily smaller policy offices that serve the entire organization, including: the Office of Community Involvement, Office of Emergency Management, Office of Diversity and Equity, Complaints Investigations Unit, Office of Sustainability, Office of Government Relations, Office of Communications, Office of the County Attorney, and the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council.

    You will receive an email the day before your chosen date containing information about joining the virtual public budget hearing.

    When your name is called, the Board Clerk will unmute your microphone. Public comment is limited to 3 minutes or less per person, unless otherwise stated at the meeting. The Board Clerk will announce the end of your allotted time. You will be allowed to finish your sentence before your mic is muted.

    Submit written comments

    †Non-departmental offices are primarily smaller policy offices that serve the entire organization, including: the Office of Community Involvement, Office of Emergency Management, Office of Diversity and Equity, Complaints Investigations Unit, Office of Sustainability, Office of Government Relations, Office of Communications, Office of the County Attorney, and the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council.