The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners proclaims May 1 through May 7, 2022 as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Relatives Week of Awareness in Multnomah County, Oregon.
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Monday’s opening speaks to the County and the Joint Office of Homeless Services’ shared, ongoing commitment to urgently increasing shelter capacity, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transforming Justice project has completed two of the four phases and continues to work towards June 2022 completion.
As part of Public Service Recognition Week, Multnomah County held its annual Employee Recognition Awards on Wednesday, May 4.
Chair charts a historic pathway through COVID-19 to community transformation. Her $3.3 billion Executive Budget is an 18% increase from $2.8 billion in 2022.
Pollution from a single fire, burned in an efficient fire pit, maxed out readings on a nearby air quality monitor
If you have not yet received your ballot by mail, or if you need a replacement ballot, please contact Multnomah County Elections at 503-988-VOTE.
Public Service Recognition Week celebrates the people who serve as federal, state, county, and local government employees every year during the first week of May.
Board condemns leaked Supreme Court opinion striking down federal protections of abortion rights.
Commissioners report on their recent activities and initiatives April 17-30, 2022
Multnomah County residents breathe the dirtiest air in Oregon and face the highest risk of pollution-related cancer from air toxics.
The agreement, one of the first of its kind, makes regional goals and diversity requirements clear to contractors participating in regional public projects.