Three members of the Inclusively Leading With Race design team reflected on their experiences at a Board of County Commissioners briefing Tuesday, March 30.
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Adults in custody at the Multnomah County Detention Center will undergo testing March 31 after a person transferred to another County tested positive for COVID-19.
Multnomah County officials push for utility disconnection moratorium extension; also signal support for alternative customer outreach, differentiated utility rates and expanded advocacy opportunities.
“Violence tears apart families, neighborhoods, and communities,” said Jayapal. “It has ripple effects that can continue for generations.”
The Civil Rights Policy Unit delivered its first board briefing shedding light on the work happening to translate the County’s equity and accessibility vision into real, concrete policies.
The determination came after 28 days passed — or two full incubation periods for the virus — without a new case.
The Board of County Commissioners unanimously appointed Andrea Valderrama to fill the vacant House District 47 seat Tuesday, March 23.
Multnomah County invites the public to visit a virtual open house that will share information and seek input about the future of its Vance properties in Gresham through April 30.
The Board of County Commissioners approved an additional $14.4 million in emergency rent assistance Thursday, March 18.
Housing is the Game Changer. If 862 people identified in study had been housed, the total cost to Medicaid for their care would have been about $3.6 million lower.
The Board of Commissioners on March 18 voted unanimously in favor of an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) that puts the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office in command of the region’s transit police.
On March 18, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners issued this statement following the murder of eight people, six of whom were of Asian descent in Atlanta.