The Mobile Housing Team has been in operation for one year. Yet in that short span of time, it’s already housed 328 families.
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Multnomah County launches new voting system to improve speed and transparency of elections
Public health officials are investigating a laboratory-confirmed cluster of Salmonella infections linked to a technology conference in Portland from June 23 to 26, 2015.
“The Selling of Tobacco in Multnomah County’’ is the first-ever assessment of more than 400 retailers that sell tobacco and nicotine products.
Four Multnomah County employees will be recognized by American Probation and Parole Association this week for contributions to this community that go well beyond their official duties.
Department of County Human Services’ monthly market offers healthy options to working class families experiencing food insecurity.
Multnomah County has been awarded a $6.25 million federal grant to help young people, their parents, and their teachers prevent unintended teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.
In a briefing for the Multnomah County board, local teachers explain how the county's Sellwood Bridge project's school outreach program has introduced students to new careers and role models.
In honor of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision for marriage equality, Multnomah County's Morrison Bridge will feature a rainbow lighting display this week.
Multnomah County’s multilingual, multicultural SNAP outreach team works to make healthy, fresh food an option for everyone in the community.
Department of Community Justice leaders are being recognized in a national publication for helping launch the Community Healing Initiative Early Intervention Program.
Amid an early summer heat wave, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners approved a City of Portland/Multnomah County update of the 2015 Climate Action Plan Thursday.