May was a busy time for two local schools participating in a month-long walking and biking challenge. Students at Troutdale and Sweetbriar elementary schools walked, biked, and skateboarded to scho...
Transportation Planning Pages
The Board of County Commissioners for Multnomah County, Oregon (Board) established the Bicycle and Pedestrian Citizen Advisory Committee by Ordinance No. 979, adopted on March 21, 2002.
Meeting information and materials for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Citizen Advisory Committee.
Frequently asked questions about public right-of-way and easements.
Classification of roads and streets.
In 1969 roughly half of all children walked or biked to school. Today, only about 15 percent walk or bike.
Transportation Planning staff
This page contains meeting information for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Citizen Involvement Committee. It includes information dating back to the previous year.
Bridge CIP Project Rankings
A project that makes permanent changes to the county’s right of way requires a Construction Permit.
Updated information on the East Metro Connections Plan as well as other transportation related planning efforts occurring in East Multnomah County.
This page contains meeting information for the East Multnomah County Transportation Committee. It includes information dating back to the previous year.
Meeting information and materials for the East Multnomah County Transportation Committee
EMCTC Members and Alternates
Meeting information and documents for the EMCTC Technical Advisory Committee.
Levee Ready Columbia is a partnership of over 20 organizations committed to a collaborative approach to preparing our community for future floods.
You may require a permit for work in the vicinity of one of our Willamette River Bridges.
A right of way permit is required for repairs to an existing sidewalk. Sidewalk repair is sometimes required by a city or county agency.
RCIP Project Rankings
Before we issue a permit, you must provide proof of Commercial General Liability Insurance.
Permits for use of county-owned right-of-way. Includes driveway permits, film permits, easements, overweight truck permits and more.
With school closures and statewide stay home orders, there are still many creative ways to stay safe and active by continuing physical education at home, walking and biking in our neighborhoods...