Due to dropping temperatures and inclement weather in east county, Multnomah County libraries in Gresham, Fairview and Troutdale and all county clinics will close at 5 pm today.
Multnomah County News
“Juvenile Justice Professional of the Year” – just one of the highlights for Resource Connection Specialist Sheryl Goodman.
Commissioners Diane McKeel and Jules Bailey, Mayor Charlie Hales and VA Portland Health Care System Director Joanne Krumberger gathered to award landlords who have helped house homeless veterans.
Multnomah County’s Land Use Planning Division is looking for two county residents who live in rural Multnomah County to serve as volunteer members on the county’s Planning Commission.
The county has changed the name of its Aging and Disabilities Services division to Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Services.
More than 40,000 Native American residents live in Multnomah County, representing more than 380 tribal nations.
Test results negative for recent traveler to affected country. No Ebola cases in Oregon, state Health Officer says.
Song, dance and heartfelt memories shared as week is dedicated to former county health worker and “Diva of Soul” Linda Hornbuckle.
Open houses on Nov. 5 and 6 will kick off Multnomah County's update of its rural Comprehensive Plan.
On Oct. 21, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords led a roundtable discussion on the intersection of domestic violence and guns with Commissioner Shiprack and other local women leaders.
Multnomah County is seeking volunteers for a new Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that will assist with updating the county’s Comprehensive Framework Plan and Transportation System Plan.
In Multnomah County alone, eight private plans will be leaving, five new plans will be available, and many will make changes in name, cost, and benefits.