This brings the total to three cases among residents since March 17. Health officials believe the three cases may be related to not using faucet filters properly.
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With Oregon’s eviction moratorium expiring June 30, 2021, tenants must pay their current rent starting July 1 to avoid being evicted for nonpayment. Help for paying rent is available.
Please note that many County services will be unavailable on Friday, June 18 and/or Saturday, June 19 in observance of Juneteenth.
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Tuesday, June 15 “Elder Abuse Awareness Day” in Multnomah County.
Clean your air, find your drafts and plan a social visit to breathe better during wildfire season
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed June 12 as Loving Day, recognizing the 1967 United States Supreme Court’s Loving v. Virginia decision legalizing interracial marriage in the country.
The Board of County Commissioners was briefed on the progress of the Library Capital Bond program, passed by voters in November 2020 to fund improvements across the Multnomah County Library system.
Cynthia Lambert has worked with adolescents in custody throughout a career at Multnomah County that's spanned more than two decades. She reflects on what brought her here and what keeps her going.
Almost all of the cases were detected by repeat testing of people potentially exposed. All of those who tested had or have mild or no symptoms. There have been no hospitalizations or deaths.
The Board proclaimed June as Pride Month, celebrating the LGBTQIA2S+ community while reaffirming the County's commitment to addressing the barriers and oppression members of the community experience.
The 2022 budget for the Joint Office invests over $150 million, protecting the County’s ongoing efforts with Portland while adding housing, shelter, behavioral health, hygiene and outreach services.
American Rescue Plan and ballot measures drive new housing, preschool and library investments