Multnomah County's Mental Health Call Center at 503-988-4888 is available for people who may be traumatized by Friday's MAX stabbings.
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, May 29.
Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta Smith comments on Friday's attack on a TriMet MAX train that left two dead. County resources are available for those impacted emotionally by the tragedy.
Information about cooling centers and other resources during the hot weather.
24/7 crisis counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers.
Learn about the community-wide effort to house homeless Multnomah County citizens.
The board considers items to be voted on at their regular meetings on Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. Briefings are held on Tuesdays at 10 a.m.
Upcoming meeting dates for the county’s Community Involvement Committee (CIC) and Community Budget Advisory Committees (CBACs).
A place for county employees and residents to report suspected fraud, abuse of position, and misuse of county resources.
Read the latest news on county's capital projects including: the Central Courthouse, the Health Department Headquarters and the Sheriff's Office Relocation Project.
Bring your skills to Multnomah County and help us lead the way in public service. Learn about our challenging career opportunities and the benefits of working with us.
Multnomah County will issue $4 refunds to people and organizations that paid survey fund fees between July 28 and Oct. 17, 2016. A $4 fee decrease was not programmed into software until Oct. 17.
Deborah KafouryCounty Chair
Sharon MeieranCommissioner, District 1
Loretta SmithCommissioner, District 2
Jessica Vega PedersonCommissioner, District 3
Lori StegmannCommissioner, District 4
Information about the population, geography, cities, employees and functions of Multnomah County.
Multnomah County strives to treat all people equally. If you don't feel we're doing that, we need to hear from you.