Five things to know about Multnomah County's Fiscal Year 2023 budget (YouTube)

Multnomah County Board approves ‘transformative’ $3.3 billion FY 2023 budget

Smart spending boosts homeless services, behavioral health and violence prevention efforts while building the libraries and preschools of the future 

  • The FY 2023 Budget is $3.32 billion, up 17% from 2022

  • Includes $89.6 million in Multco Direct American Rescue Plan recovery funds

  • Funds more than 5,600 full-time employees

  • Represents historic build out of libraries and preschool from ballot measures 

The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners came together today to unanimously approve a $3.32 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2023, funding proven solutions to the community’s most pressing issues, including chronic homelessness, behavioral health needs and violence. The spending plan was built using an equity analysis and advances the County’s commitment to a more just community.

The budget is the eighth approved under Chair Deborah Kafoury, and the largest County budget ever adopted.

“As we move through an uneven and unpredictable COVID-19 recovery, this budget strengthens the safety net, promotes racial justice and boldly builds infrastructure for a better future,” Chair Kafoury said. 

“It reflects our belief that we can come together to solve problems, it promotes solutions to our greatest challenges, and it lifts up opportunities for people across the County to achieve their full potential.”

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