On Thursday, March 17 the Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a plan to significantly reduce the cost of the Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge Project.
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Cultivate Initiatives is a nonprofit organization supporting East Portland that provides workforce development, alternative housing, and healthcare services to people experiencing homelessness.
The future use of Multnomah County's Vance properties in west Gresham was the topic of a briefing for Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners on March 15, 2022.
Healing and recovery work are part of Multnomah County Public Health investments designed to address the root causes of crisis and violence.
The Multnomah County Charter Review Committee is inviting members of the public to join its General Committee Meeting Wednesday, March 16,
The future of nearly 90 acres of County-owned property in west Gresham will be the focus of a one-hour briefing for Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners on March 15.
Already on a given night, the Joint Office supports more shelter capacity than it did before the pandemic, with more than 1,600 beds, sleeping pods and motel rooms – up from 1,350 before COVID-19.
A snapshot of County Commissioner activities and initiatives in early March.
With unprecedented levels of state and regional funding available to tackle homelessness, Washington County and Beaverton leaders are looking to add similar services to meet a growing need.
The forecast anticipates a surplus of $19.3 million for FY 2023, which starts July 1, 2022, and lasts through June 30, 2023. That’s expected to become a $38.2 million surplus by FY 2027.
Board proclaims March 10 Abortion Provider Appreciation Day in Multnomah County
“This work and renovation is intentional in getting away from colors prominent in institutional settings, such as grays and moving towards warmth and a welcoming atmosphere.”