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In honor of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision for marriage equality, Multnomah County's Morrison Bridge will feature a rainbow lighting display this week.
Members of the Lents neighborhood partner with the county’s STRYVE program to paint the intersection of S.E. 86th and Glenwood Ave. in an act of peacemaking and community building.
Multnomah County’s multilingual, multicultural SNAP outreach team works to make healthy, fresh food an option for everyone in the community.
Amid an early summer heat wave, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners approved a City of Portland/Multnomah County update of the 2015 Climate Action Plan Thursday.
A child care center has opened at the East County Courthouse in Gresham. A grand opening was held for the center in late June.
Leaders from culturally-specific nonprofits applauded the board’s budget in a room packed with advocates and the clients they serve.
During a summer where Portland’s average temperature is projected to skyrocket, Multnomah County Vector Control reminds citizens to do their part.
Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS), the professional organization to advance women in transportation, named Multnomah County as the 2015 Employer of the Year.
Oregonians celebrate the 15th annual World Refugee Day with food, dance and song.
Kafoury outlined efforts to increase affordable housing, combat homelessness, support at-risk youth, and narrow racial and ethnic health disparities in the coming fiscal year.
Last weekend, Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) celebrated the grand opening of the new adoption center located at 2914 N. Lombard St. in Portland.
Multco's Aging, Disability & Veterans Services is boosting outreach to traditionally-underserved vets, including LGBTQ vets attending the annual Pride event in Portland.
It was standing-room only this week for the third and final Multnomah County public hearing on the 2016 budget.
In honor of Pride Month, Multnomah County employees marched from West Burnside Street to Tom McCall Waterfront Park in the 2015 Pride Parade on Sunday.
The proclamation, brought forth by Commissioner Smith, acknowledges the landmark Supreme Court ruling that overturned all laws banning interracial marriage in the United States.
Board proclaims June Pride Month. But after a year of great strides in equity and inclusion, county employee and presenters tell the board there is still much to do.
Sang Dao thanks mentors for clemency support and job at the county.
After restricting youth access to e-cigarettes and banning vaping in workplaces, the board heard today how imposing a tax on e-cigarettes could help curb the explosion of vaping among teens.
Multnomah County is backing legislation to make sure Pacific Islanders who are currently excluded can qualify for health insurance.
SaulPaul visited the Multnomah County Juvenile Detention Center to perform and inspire with his experiences in and outside of prison.
Federal Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy announced a $1.5 million grant in North Portland on April 15 that will help reduce diesel air pollution in Multnomah County.
County teams up with the Asian Health and Service Center and local businesses to bring culturally-specific meal programs to seniors.
The Multnomah County Commissioners today unanimously voted to restrict e-cigarettes and vaping to protect children and public health.
Animal Services released record-breaking save rate numbers, marking a milestone in the shelter’s commitment to finding homes for dogs and cats in the metro area.
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County auditor's report finds that social services provided directly through departments or during in-home visits are best able to keep pace with the changing demographics.
This month, the chair begins a series of community conversations about the county’s $1.6 billion budget.
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