Three Multnomah County Commissioners joined a broad coalition of Asian American organizations and community members Thursday, July 14, to speak out against the scourge of racism and hate crimes.
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Community health workers gathered at Mt. Tabor Park to celebrate their essential work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Check screens at home and dump standing water. Wear long sleeves and skeeter spray
A snapshot by commissioners of their initiatives and actions June 15 to June 30, 2022
Board of Commissioners present the Kathleen Saadat Award to local educator and advocate Erin Waters and proclaim June as Pride Month.
Staff reflect on 28 months,141,103 cases, 3,321 outbreaks and 1,247 deaths
Pending a final vote on the Charter text on Tuesday, July 5, the changes will go onto the Board of Commissioners to be referred to the voters in November.
Many Multnomah County services will be unavailable on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.
People asked to not burn wood, as forecasts call for ground-level ozone and high pollution
Board reinforces County’s commitment to protect reproductive rights in Multnomah County
The operation is part of ongoing work to address the proliferation of illegal guns and drugs in the Portland metro area, an issue that affects communities across the country.
Commissioner Sharon Meieran's prepared remarks in approving the FY 2023 Budget.