A regional heat mapping project by Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas Counties will identify heat islands.
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Housing Multnomah Now launches and begins identifying paths into housing for people with barriers to accessing services.
Continuous smoke and poor air quality is expected through the day, especially in eastern portions of the County
In celebration of Pride Month, Multnomah County employees marched in downtown Portland and were present during the event's festivities to let the community know about the wide array of County services
Multnomah County has launched the next phase of building an effective behavioral health network, with the release of an RFPQ designed to engage partners committed to joining a pool of vendors
Multnomah County's Juvenile Services Division recently unveiled a collection of 16 pieces of art created by young people whose lives have intersected with the justice system.
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners celebrated and recognized Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and Two Spirit (LGBTQIA2s+) community by proclaiming June Pride Month.
Approximately 60 Summer Meals locations in Multnomah County are open to all community youth to drop in and eat a free meal this summer.
The Board of Commissioners were briefed on June 20, 2023, about the first year of implementation of the Metro Supportive Housing Services Measure.
Leaders from the County Health Department presented to the Board Tuesday, June 27, about the local crisis around fentanyl use and overdoses, as well as the Department's strategic response.
The center has so far served more than 23,000 non-unique participants and provided thousands of showers, meals, and referrals to housing, shelter or behavioral health services.
Multnomah County filed suit against several of the largest fossil fuel and coal-producing corporations, seeking to hold them accountable for damages arising from the 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Dome.