The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, Nov. 17, accepted a recommendation to rename the Sauvie Island Bridge.
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The Board of Commissioners were briefed on the Public Health review of health risks posed by gas stoves.
New Multnomah County pilot program helps residents replace wood stoves and fireplaces with cleaner heat pumps
Work with us! Multnomah County's Office of Sustainability is hiring a Senior Climate Resilience Coordinator for a justice-centered job within a supportive and forward-thinking team environment.
A message from Deputy Chief Operating Officer Travis Graves: New Permanent Oregon OSHA Rules promote heat illness prevention and protection from wildfire smoke
Multnomah County welcomes state and federal officials to showcase recent efforts to address the climate crisis and provide a site visit to celebrate a local farm's impact on the community.
The Office of Sustainability is excited to announce that a national foundation has invested in the County's work to create a community centered Climate Justice Plan.
Multnomah County is embarking on a long-term effort to protect clients who are low-income and live in urban heat islands.
The Board approved historic levels of funding for the Office of Sustainability and related programs for Fiscal Year 2023, uplifting the County's response to climate change and its impact to residents.
County issues first warm weather wood burning advisory due to air pollution
Hot weather returns on anniversary of last year’s heat dome: Prepare for high temperatures and protect others; those most at-risk live alone, without AC
Donald E. Long youth are Weather-Ready Nation Ambassadors with Portland’s local National Weather Service, helping to build community resilience to weather, water, and climate-related hazards.