Multnomah County Code enforcement has collected bags from nearly 500 sites since 2018
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County received more than 150 pieces of written testimony and heard directly from more than two-dozen people.
Recognizing National Gun Violence Awareness Day and #WearOrange Weekend is an acknowledgement of the immeasurable toll violence takes on all of us.
Business income tax revenue has driven the FY 2022 budget forecast higher by $10.9 million. But uncertainty over personnel costs and the growing risk of recession could offset those gains.
Commissioners' focus the weeks of May 16-31.
26 people joined a virtual hearing on Wednesday, March 25 to help refine the County’s Fiscal Year 2023 budget and advocated for living wages for shelter employees, funding for youth services and more.
Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson joins officials dedicating a new river rescue sculpture at Glenn Otto Park in Troutdale.
Multnomah Count held its second-ever Youth Mental Health Forum on Saturday, May 21, 2022. About 80 young people and adults gathered, joined by 10 virtual participants.
The County board is urging Gov. Kate Brown and the Legislature to create a universal healthcare system for all Oregon residents.
Normal business hours will resume Countywide on Tuesday, May 31.
Board takes part in opening of new Native housing, community events
One in five people in Multnomah County are aged 60 or older. By 2030, that number is expected to reach nearly one and four