In honor of National Recovery Month, Timothy Phipps shared his story of recovery at the Sept. 10 Board of County Commissioners’ meeting.
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Multnomah County, the City of Portland and the many partners involved in the A Home for Every Veteran initiative announced a final push to end Veteran homelessness in the region.
Decades after returning home from a combat tour in Vietnam, Tom Poirier thought he’d never have to look back.
Property owners, residents and business owners in rural Multnomah County are invited to community meetings on September 9 and 16 to learn about the county’s Comprehensive Plan update.
On Sept. 8, Multnomah County, the City of Portland and the many partners involved in the A Home for Every Veteran initiative will announce a final push to end Veteran homelessness in Portland
Multnomah County has joined the Levee Ready Columbia project, a multi-agency campaign to strengthen the Columbia River levee system for flood protection.
The county is partnering with PDC and Energy Trust of Oregon to launch a $3 million pilot program that will finance renewable energy upgrades on commercial buildings.
Ian Cannon has been named to the permanent position of Multnomah County Engineer and Transportation Division Director.
“An Age-Friendly Community builds on the strengths of older adults,” said Dr. Neal of Portland State University’s Institute on Aging.
After an upbeat, coo-filled presentation from mothers with children, the board proclaimed August 2015 as Breastfeeding Awareness Month.
Former Multnomah County intern Ricki Ruiz leads effort to transform abandoned Rockwood roller rink into a community futsal field.
On Aug. 12, community members and partners gathered to celebrate the opening of the Bud Clark Clinic. The event coincided with National Health Care Center Week.