Following the notifications, in coordination with Public Health and Corrections Health, staff immediately acted by implementing pre-planned infectious disease protocols.
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ALERT: Do not let dogs swim in or drink from the Willamette River due to current toxic algae bloom.
The deadline to submit public comment is Sunday, August 15.
Annual, community-led events happened across Multnomah County, including in City of Gresham, Fairview and Maywood Park.
A survivor of trauma, a Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist, a teacher and a creative revolutionist, S. Renee Mitchell and her I Am MORE initiative unleash the creative potential of at-risk youth.
As one of the few K’iche’ interpreters in Multnomah County, Puma Tzoc has continued to be a literal and figurative voice for change within the Indigenous community.
Created in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, Erika Polmar’s Plate and Pitchfork was well-equipped and ready to feed hundreds in Multnomah County during COVID-19, another generation-defining tragedy.
Servicios disponibles para víctimas y sobrevivientes de violencia comunitaria en el condado de Multnomah
Visitors to all Multnomah County libraries, clinics and other facilities are reminded that masks are now required for all staff and guests.
Multnomah County Office of Sustainability and City of Portland Bureau of Emergency Management have issued a draft report on the anticipated damages from the hub during an earthquake.
Responding to severe fire risk, Multnomah County Commissioners extended a ban on the sale and use of fireworks in the county’s unincorporated areas through October 15, 2021.
The Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to appropriate $5.05 million made available by the State of Oregon to be used for providing economic relief to small businesses in Multnomah County.