The space will make parking easier for providers and staff and allow flexibility in long-term planning
Multnomah County News
Read more about the position’s qualifications and how to register for the hiring fair at multco.us/jobs.
Two more public hearings scheduled ahead of June 16 vote; public can also submit written testimony
Vote by Mail’s pillars – accurate, secure, convenient elections – remain steadfast.
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners proclaimed May 2022 as Asian, Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Our popular Track Your Ballot service is now available in multiple languages.
Young people from middle school to college age are invited to join Multnomah County’s second Youth Mental Health Forum on Saturday, May 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Voters who used the collection box at S.E. Reed College Place and S.E. Woodstock Boulevard, after 11:35 AM on May 4, should immediately contact Multnomah County Elections 503-988-VOTE (8683).
“We have this opportunity to say, ‘How do we move towards hope and healing?” says Interim Behavioral Health Dir. Julie Dodge
Free help quitting is available by calling 1-800-QUIT-NOW
Multnomah County residents are invited to offer input on the Chair’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2023 Budget in three upcoming virtual public hearings.
Voters can use any Official Ballot Drop Site including any Multnomah County Library 24-hour book drop to safely and securely deposit ballots. Find one at multco.us/dropsites.