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The traditional “topping out” ceremony marked another major milestone in the long-awaited project to replace the county’s century-old downtown courthouse.
Gladys McCoy standard adopted, adding to County strategy to increase equity.
Oregon unemployment is at record lows, wages are increasing and the U.S. economy is the strongest it has been in decades. But some factors pose risks in the County's latest five-year funding forecast.
Death data is only the tip of the iceberg, says county’s lead epidemiologist
Resolution asks Office of Sustainability and Environmental Health Division to conduct research, propose policy
The Multnomah County Elections Division was marked by a steady flow of voters on the last day to cast a vote for the 2018 General Election Tuesday (11/6).
Policy would require cleaner-burning construction equipment — the source of most local diesel pollution
Multnomah County's Mental Health Unit works to protect public safety while also creating positive change in the lives of those on supervision.
The County will spend $4 million helping the Portland Housing Bureau purchase and renovate the Westwind Apartments —creating supportive housing downtown to help with chronic homelessness.
Thanks to Multnomah County Department of County Human Services’ A Place For You pilot, Sherry and her niece now have a place to call home for the first time in years.
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- Multnomah County employees, Commissioner Stegmann celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month
- Multnomah County Elections assists voters with disabilities or voters who need help in their native language
- Shelter opened at Mt. Hood Community College for Warrendale, Dodson evacuees
- Answers to your questions about ash and other fire-related issues
- Reception center to open in Troutdale for communities fleeing fire