Rapid testing of potentially exposed adults in custody turned up an additional three cases on May 7
Multnomah County News
For the third consecutive year, Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners has proclaimed the first week of May as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Relatives Week of Awareness.
The Chair said she will ask the Board of Commissioners to confirm her selection at their regular Board meeting on Thursday, May 20.
Tuesday, May 11 is the last day to safely mail back your voted ballot to Multnomah County Elections for the May 18, 2021 Special District Election.
Contact Multnomah County Elections TODAY if you have not yet received your ballot in the mail.
Multnomah County air is dirtiest in the state, and Children and people with health conditions are most at risk
Beginning today, May 3 the Voting Center Express inside the Multnomah County East Building at 800 NE 8th Street in Gresham is open for the May 18, 2021 Special District Election.
The panel consisted of a diverse range of speakers from the Multnomah County’s District Attorney’s Office, Department of Community Justice and Public Health.
The City of Portland Revenue Division is now administering two new tax programs on behalf of their partners Multnomah County and Oregon Metro.
As a voter in Multnomah County, you can sign up for our Track Your Ballot service at multnomah.ballottrax.net to know when your ballot is on its way to you.
This year’s themes are “Support Victims. Building Trust. Engage Communities.”
Leaders from the Behavioral Health Division briefed the Board on the Mobile Crisis Program Tuesday, April 20, outlining the full scope of crisis services available to Multnomah County residents