Board of Commissioners unanimously approves appointments of new directors for the Joint Office of Homeless Services and the Department of Community Services.
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Report catalogs unresolved recommendations, charts budget direction and highlights some limited progress
Multnomah County has responded to the rise in syphilis by having six tenacious and creative staff members who go above and beyond when it comes to working with impacted communities.
Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon program staff completed 90 hours of training, Multnomah County hired a new security firm and upgraded the site
The data shows that 2,819 people experienced chronic homelessness in Multnomah County in February; as data collection becomes more expansive, numbers will continue to change
Episode 3 of the Joint Office Podcast 'Out of the Streets of Portland' focuses on the research-backed practice of 'Housing First, Not Housing Only'
Leaders from Office of Diversity and Equity briefed the Board on proposed next steps for renewing and developing the next iteration of the County's Workforce Equity Strategic Plan.
Businesses can use the funds to repair broken windows, remove graffiti and mend damage that occurred since July 1, 2022.
The Board of Commissioners on Thursday, April 6, approved a proclamation declaring April 3 to 9 as Public Health Week in Multnomah County.
The Board approved the first reading of an ordinance that will adjust penalties for late payments of Multnomah County’s Preschool For All income tax, among other changes to the tax code.
Bradway brings local and state experience to position overseeing Elections, Animal Services, Transportation and Land Use Planning
El 6 de abril, la Junta de Comisionados del Condado de Multnomah aprobó unánimemente el contrato de arrendamiento con Portland Community College del nuevo sitio para La Clínica.