The Multnomah County Board on May 26 approved its 2017 budget, enabling the county to launch a regional office on homelessness, invest in housing services and more.
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None of the children or adults tested so far for lead poisoning in southeast Portland had blood lead levels that would require further medical care or public health action.
Multnomah County is offering free lead testing today, Friday, May 20, in response to high levels of airborne lead detected in southeast Portland on May 9
Multnomah County’s public works employees were honored by county commissioners who issued a proclamation Thursday in honor of National Public Works Week May 15 - 21.
Project leaders told the Board of County Commissioners Thursday that the Sellwood Bridge Project is on track to be completed this November.
The board of commissioners Thursday proclaimed May as Mental Health Month in Multnomah County.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners held its final public hearing this week before it votes on the 2017 budget.
Native elder and helpers perform blessing ceremony for new sweat lodge at Multnomah County’s Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Center.
The project, funded through a $935,000 federal grant, will expand primary care and pharmacy services to an additional 2,400 additional patients in North and Northeast Portland.
The proclamation is intended to raise awareness of the issues facing older adults and to highlight the ways older American are working to empower themselves and their community.
The annual celebration honors the dedication and innovation of a select group of Multnomah County employees.
The new-nine story Health Department headquarters will have a brick exterior like its historic Old Town neighbors, but with a lighter shade to be take an “optimistic” view ahead.