Proclaiming January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in Multnomah County, Oregon.
Susheela Jayapal Pages
Follow up with powerpoints and presenter's bios from 3/19/21 Community Solutions to Violence Panel.
The Joint Office of Homeless Services has purchased a former pharmacy at N. Lombard Street and N. Denver Avenue for use as a severe weather shelter, and then, after further program planning.
Letter of support of the proposed revisions to Portland Public Schools Weapon’s Policy.
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners write letter in support of H.R. 842, the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2021.
Career Opportunity | Policy Advisor, Office of Commissioner Jayapal, Multnomah County District 2
City of Portland & Multnomah County Letter on Inclusion of Housing in Build Back Better Proposal
Commissioner Jayapal's recent list of media.
Today was budget day at Multnomah County: we passed our FY2020 budget. Below are my thoughts
A regularly updated webpage featuring local, state, and national resources available during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I want to thank the panelists for presenting today on the great work they do day in and day out in the Domestic Violence community.
Commissioner Jayapal's remarks on adopting the FY 2022 Multnomah County Budget.
Commissioner Jayapal's FY 2023 Budget Adoption remarks.
This is public testimony in support of the homeless services measure the HereTogether coalition has been working on for more than a year. This testimony was presented by Commissioner Susheela Jayapal,
Human Trafficking Proclamation 2022
Commissioner Jayapal's remarks during Immigrant Heritage Month Proclamation.
Need to find your neighborhood library? Want to locate the nearest SUN Community School? Browse our handy interactive map of District 2.
During Multnomah County's FY 21 budget process, Commissioner Jayapal requested a briefing on Multnomah County's use of jail labor. The briefing was presented on November 24, 2020.
Letter from Commissioner Jayapal to ODOT on the I5 expansion process sent on April 4, 2019.
The Long Term Rental Assistance (LTRA) is an eviction prevention pilot program of the Youth Family Services Division.
Authorizing the BOCC to Change the Partial Exemption Amount for Manufactured Homes to $50,000 and have that amount be deducted from the taxable value of the manufactured home.
District 2 Staff and Contacts
The Board of County Commissioners' letter in support of The Oregon Cares Fund.
“I chose myself.”