A public hearing with Multnomah County’s Planning Commission on February 1 at 6:30 pm will consider marijuana business land use code amendments for unincorporated (rural) areas of the county.
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The Board of Commissioners Thursday passed a resolution opposing a surge of trains carrying crude oil through Multnomah County and the Columbia Gorge.
Multnomah County Commissioners on Thursday formally thanked state Reps. Jennifer Williamson and Shemia Fagan for working on laws to curb fatal drug overdoses.
Recent outbreaks of the Zika virus in the Western Hemisphere have raised concerns. There have been no locally transmitted cases in Oregon or the lower 48 states.
Rockwood Library is planning a grand opening this spring for its innovative teen technology lab, or “makerspace.”
The investigation found that those with close and prolonged contact with infected elephants were at risk for getting latent tuberculosis. The general public is not at risk.
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Multnomah County Managers of Color Employee Resource Group hosts tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
The board voted to settle the lawsuit it filed against a national company that helps mortgage lenders avoid county recording fees.
Multnomah County and advocates honored State Rep. Alissa Keny-Guyer Wednesday for her leadership on children’s wellness.
Multnomah County offices, including libraries and health clinics will operate at normal hours on Tuesday, January 5, as temperatures have risen above freezing in most parts of the county.
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Friday, Jan. 1 in observance of New Year’s Day.