The Multnomah County Building at 501 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd. is closed except for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) donations. Board meetings are still accessible via phone or electronic device.
A new virus that began in December 2019 has spread to the United States. In late February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Americans should prepare for COVID-19.
On March 17, 2020, Chair Kafoury announced a temporary moratorium on residential evictions for nonpayment of rent due to wage loss resulting from COVID-19.
Help support our vulnerable residents by applying for these positions .
Libraries, passport office and some student health centers are closed.
Multnomah County is building a behavioral health resource center in downtown Portland, scheduled to open Summer 2021
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.
Multnomah County is conducting a project to provide our community with a reliable Willamette River crossing on the Burnside regional lifeline route after a major earthquake.
24/7 crisis counseling by phone, with interpretation services for non-English speakers.
A place for county employees and residents to report suspected fraud, abuse of position, and misuse of county resources.
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.
Read the latest news on county's capital projects such as the new Central Courthouse.
Frequently Asked Questions about what is happening with the Multnomah County Campaign Finance Charter Amendment passed by voters in November 2016.
Deborah KafouryCounty Chair
Sharon MeieranCommissioner, District 1
Susheela JayapalCommissioner, District 2
Jessica Vega PedersonCommissioner, District 3
Lori StegmannCommissioner, District 4
Rod UnderhillDistrict Attorney
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