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To ensure the districts represent a nearly equal number of people, after every U.S. Census, the Charter requires the County Auditor to evaluate whether any one area has grown disproportionally.
Karl Johnson, alongside dedicated team members, works with the community to both prevent and stem the tide of violence by holding youth accountable and lifting up families.
The Transforming Juvenile Probation initiative is the result of nearly 30 years of juvenile justice system reform efforts undertaken by Multnomah County
Multnomah County Board honors veterans, their sacrifice and service today
The one-time resource responds to urgent community needs exacerbated by COVID-19 and sets aside hazard pay for eligible County employees who continued to serve the public during the pandemic.
More than 40,000 veterans live in Multnomah County. The County and its partners serve veterans in a variety of ways, including helping Veterans access employment, benefits, housing and healthcare.
The climate health reports provide a benchmark for future measurement and may help guide mitigation
Accessibility and education remain key goals for Multnomah County’s Elections Division with every election. This election cycle was no exception, with the debut of new Independent Voting Units.
Monoclonal antibodies do not take the place of a COVID-19 vaccine. Getting vaccinated is the best way to prevent getting sick with COVID-19.
It’s an honor he humbly accepts, but not without making sure that his team is also recognized.
The revenue surplus comes from the Business Income Tax (BIT), the County’s second-largest source of tax revenue. It will be spent on homelessness services, behavioral health and public safety.