The pilot project is designed to empower the residents of the Cully neighborhood in Northeast Portland to craft a localized alternative to existing law enforcement-focused models for low-level crimes.
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New guidelines are first step in improvements, County to launch second phase to improve community involvement opportunities
The shelter is reopening after being closed for needed renovations.
Marking a milestone in Multnomah County’s relationship with Native American communities, the Board of Commissioners on Nov. 30 voted to unanimously accept a new name for the bridge to Sauvie Island.
The Multnomah County Budget Office forecasts a $14 million deficit for Fiscal Year 2024-25. Without any changes or economic improvements, that could grow the deficit to $40.5 million by FY 2028-29.
In the 2020 Census, there were 63,000 self-identified Natives living in Multnomah County — and likely many more.
Multnomah County offers competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits package, generous paid leave and more.
The board's vote is part of the formal process requiring the declaration of a vacancy and the calling of an election to fill the seat.
Amid a packed and buzzing Multnomah County Boardroom, Jesse Beason was sworn in Thursday, Nov. 16, as the Multnomah County interim District 2 Commissioner.
The Bridge Renaming Council, a historic workgroup of tribal representatives, will present its recommended name for the Sauvie Island Bridge on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2023.
Late responses across urban and rural neighborhoods in August triggered the fines
About 3,000 voters who live in these districts received a ballot for this election. Ballots were mailed to voters on Oct. 18.