This is part one of a three-part series on the evolution of Multnomah County’s COVID-19 response team. Be sure to keep an eye out for part two and part three.
Multnomah County News
Longtime legislator will continue to serve through budget hearings and vote
Those wishing to attend must pre-register for the event. Please note, there is limited space and we will not be accepting drop-in visitors on the day of the event.
Dozens of people gave passionate public testimony Wednesday, May 10, at the first of three public hearings this month on Multnomah County's proposed FY 2024 budget.
Multnomah County Chair Jessica Vega Pederson participated in a question-and-answer session after delivering her first State of the County address on May 9, 2023.
First in-person address since 2019 draws hundreds of community members, non-profit and school and government partners
Record number of people in Multnomah County shelters amid ongoing expansion
The Information Fair is an opportunity for people who are interested in IDDSD's services or already receiving them to meet with more than 40 service providers.
A dog declared dangerous by Multnomah County Animal Services — after a mauling last month and a previous attack — was impounded Saturday, May 6, by an Animal Control Officer.
The rate of homicide for Native women is as much as 10 times higher than that of other groups.
Multnomah County children who will be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2023 are eligible to apply now for the upcoming school year
What we’re saying to our community today is, ‘We hear your frustrations,’” said Chair Vega Pederson. “We share your desire to see action."