The Board of County Commissioners approved a series of budget modifications Thursday, Oct. 14, appropriating $59.7 million in county, state and federal funds to its Fiscal Year 2022 budget.
Multnomah County News
The monthly event, hosted by Commissioner Lori Stegmann, features timely topics affecting East Multnomah County and the community at large.
Cindy Agreda y Diana Trejo son parte de la Iniciativa de Sanación Comunitaria (CHI), que brinda apoyo comunitario culturalmente apropiado a jóvenes y familias afectadas por la violencia.
The County reported today that an impressive 92 percent of the County’s 5,601 employees have been vaccinated since the requirement was announced in August.
Ballots are in mail today for the 12,097 eligible voters in the November 2, 2021 Special Election. Gresham Voting Center Express open October 18 - November 2.
The County first recognized Indigenous Peoples' Day in 2015, as a counter-celebration to the former holiday, which evoked harmful memories of the colonization and attempted genocide of Native people.
Cindy Agreda and Diana Trejo are part of the Community Healing Initiative (CHI), which provides culturally appropriate community support to youth and families impacted by violence.
October 12 is the Voter Registration Deadline for the November 2, 2021 Special Election
On Sept. 30, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed October 2021 as Oregon Archives Month as a way to bring the county’s written history to the people. Plans include a tour and more.
The Multnomah County Health Department today issued a YELLOW air quality advisory asking people to avoid burning wood, starting at noon today, October 4th, 2021.
This year’s theme — “Be the one to:” — raises awareness about the ways people can support others in getting help and finding hope.
The victim is a 5 feet 4 inch, White male in his early 30s, weighing 149 pounds. He has brown eyes and dark brown. He has a “JJR” tattoo on his left arm and a cross tattoo on his right shoulder.