On Feb. 12 the board took another significant step towards a new central courthouse by selecting the project delivery method for the future courthouse.
Central Courthouse Project News
The purpose of the open houses is to share information with the public and solicit public comments on the two sites before the board selects a site this spring.
Multnomah County is seeking public comment on two potential sites for a new downtown courthouse at a February 5 open house and via an online survey.
Share your comments about the preferred and alternate sites for the new central courthouse by taking an online survey.
Multnomah County is seeking public input on two potential sites for a new downtown courthouse at two public house events on Jan. 29 and Feb. 5.
On Thursday, Dec. 18 the Board of Commissioners unanimously approved preliminary plans and site selection recommendations for the central courthouse project.
On Dec. 16 the Board of Commissioners heard preliminary recommendations on two possible sites for a new central courthouse and a financing strategy for the project.
On Thursday, Sept. 4, at its weekly meeting, the Board of Commissioners unanimously approved an interim Intergovernmental Agreement to help fund the replacement of county’s central courthouse.
Read the National Center for State Courts' report on Multnomah County's space and planning efforts for the new courthouse project.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners will make decisions in the months ahead about the new courthouse’s location, look and functions. This survey will help the board inform its key decisions.
The county’s replacement of its Central Courthouse took another significant step forward on Thursday when the board voted to authorize county officials to issue a site solicitation for the project.