Late responses across urban and rural neighborhoods in August triggered the fines
Multnomah County News
About 3,000 voters who live in these districts received a ballot for this election. Ballots were mailed to voters on Oct. 18.
Data for FY 2022-23 shows that the County exceeded supportive housing retention rate, racial equity, shelter, and eviction prevention goals
Do not eat, sell, or serve multiple brands of puree pouches containing cinnamon.
New position funded by the Supportive Housing Service Measure helps bridge gap for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are experiencing homelessness
Gateway Center adds housing assessor position, thanks to Supportive Housing Services funding
After experiencing incarceration and drug addiction, Clarice finds hope with a program that pairs mental health treatment with housing subsidies.
Roseway Motel Shelter, funded with Supportive Housing Services Measure, supports John’s path to housing
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded the Multnomah County Public Health Division $999,587 to increase climate resilience while reducing air pollution and carbon emissions.
Longtime advocate for patient care through both clinical work and public policy advocacy brings public health expertise to Multnomah County
Commissioner Susheela Jayapal, who has represented the people in North and Northeast Portland since 2019, resigned from the Board of County Commissioners, effective this morning.
Parents and caregivers advised to not to buy or feed WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches to toddlers and young children because of elevated lead levels