The Multnomah Youth Commission is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year.
Office of Community Involvement News
The Multnomah County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) is currently accepting applications for new members to participate on the Executive Committee.
Read our new quarterly newsletter, with updates on our work, advisory committee openings, and upcoming opportunities to engage with county commissioners and staff.
Apply to join the Community Involvement Committee and advise Multnomah County on its community engagement.
Fill out our 2017 Community Feedback Survey to let us know what issues are most important to you and how you want to get involved!
The Office of Community Involvement is seeking community members interested in serving on one of Multnomah County's Budget Advisory Committees (CBACs).
Meet Dani Bernstein, the new Executive Director of the Office of Community Involvement.
Read the recommendations of the county's 10 Citizen Budget Advisory Committees for the 2015-16 budget.
Provide input to the county commissioners that will assist them make budget and policy decisions to make services more age friendly.
The Board of Commissioners proclaimed January 29, 2015, as Kathleen Todd Day for her work advancing public engagement in county decision-making over the past 19 years.
Over 60 people attended the orientation on January 14th. They learned about the important role they play in the budget process, the budget process and timeline, as well as next year's budget forecast.
Nearly 130 public employees from governments throughout Oregon and southern Washington attended our workshop. See the valuable tips they gave to make outreach and engagement more equitable.