Chair Jeff Cogen
In the press
Multnomah County, for first time in years, not looking at significant service cuts in new budget - Dana Tims, The Oregonian, May 2, 2013
It's Multnomah County's job to support local values, including on guns: Guest opinion - Jeff Cogen, The Oregonian, April 23, 2013
News and Announcements
5/16/13 - 5:05 pm
Joint Statement from Chair Cogen and Mayor Hales: We are happy to announce we have reached a budget agreement to preserve key community services that include SUN schools, the needle exchange program, the one-stop domestic violence center, our senior centers and the Crisis Assessment Treatment Center.
5/2/13 - 11:14 am
Multnomah County Chair Jeff Cogen on Thursday, May 2 unveiled a proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year that is stable after years of difficult cuts.
5/1/13 - 9:19 am
Chair Cogen and the Board of County Commissioners honored colleagues at the fourth annual Multnomah County Employee Awards Ceremony for their commitment to public service on Wednesday, May 8.
4/19/13 - 4:37 pm
Multnomah County will open a new health clinic and pharmacy for southeast Portland residents on Monday, April 22. The Southeast Health Center, 3653 S.E. 34th, will now offer primary care, behavioral health, pharmacy, laboratory and other support services in addition to the existing dental clinic at that location.
4/19/13 - 1:35 pm
Earlier this month, Multnomah County welcomed Kimberly Powe as the new director for our Office of Sustainability. In her new position, Powe will play a key role in promoting county practices that are not only environmentally and economically sound, but socially equitable.