After 19 months of virtual board meetings, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners will return to meeting in person starting on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021.
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The spending package will make immediate investments in adding hundreds of shelter beds, dozens of health and outreach workers, community cleanup programs, and more.
The annual proclamation sheds light on the many harms of domestic violence and its effects on survivors, loved ones, and the broader community.
Downtown project, to include day center, shelter and transitional housing, is slated to open in 2022.
Chair Deborah Kafoury announced today that the Health Department will turn its public health lens on traffic crashes — similar to the Domicile Unknown approach — to better prevent deaths.
Over 50 people showed up in the Cully neighborhood on Sunday, Oct. 17, launching the beginning of a multi-pronged process of community-building to curtail violence.
Multnomah County Auditor Jennifer McGuirk has issued a draft map for new County Commission districts. Redistricting takes place every 10 years following the U.S. Census.
Between July 1 and Oct. 15, 2021, 468 nonpayment cases were filed in Multnomah County court. County case workers and legal experts are intervening.
Citing her leadership for the Preschool for All and her support of early childhood initiatives, the Children's Institute has awarded Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson the 2021 Alexander Award.
Learn about exciting ways to participate in Library capital bond projects listening sessions and community meetings.
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week runs October 24-30, 2021