The Voting Center Express is an additional service location that will be open the 15 days before each election in 2018.
The agenda will serve as a guide for County leaders and advocates during the six week session beginning on February 5.
Multnomah County's family shelter system has seen record need this year. The funds would be available statewide to maintain shelter capacity and help house families.
Daniela Schlechter-Keenan gives her heart to immigrant patients, coworkers and clients say
The division is responsible for animal rescue and protection; public health and safety; neighborhood livability; and much more throughout incorporated and unincorporated Multnomah County.
Elections Voter Assistance Teams can help a voter in their home, at the facility they live in, or at an elections service location in SE Portland or Gresham
The Multnomah County Health Department’s annual review of homeless deaths finds that 80 people who were experiencing homelessness died on local streets in 2016.
The shelter, operated by Portland Homeless Family Solutions, will provide nighttime accommodations for up to 75 children and their parents from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily through April 30, 2018.
Residents and providers across Multnomah County sharing concerns, vision for better service
Stephanie Ramirez and Surri Noelle were the first family to move out of shelter and into a permanent home of their own as part of this winter’s Home for the Holidays campaign.
In a rite as old as the building trades, Multnomah County leaders and construction crews “topped out’’ the new Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Wednesday, raising the last beam into place.
Andrea Bunch and her son, Michael, were among the first three families to move from shelter and into apartments this month through Multnomah County and Portland’s Home for the Holidays campaign.
World AIDS Day has been observed every year on December 1 since 1988 to show solidarity for people living with HIV and to remember those who died of AIDS-related illness.
Nearly 50 residents met Commissioner Stegmann to call for short and long-term planning of the recovery efforts. All recreation is closed and they fear reopening will harm the already scarred area.
The firms cited Multnomah County’s strong budget management, low debt, moderate pension burden, adequate reserves and large and growing tax base from a surging economy.
Opportunities exist for people as young as 18 years old. Prospective candidates can have a high school diploma or a GED and can enter the field through pre-apprenticeship programs.
The 5th Avenue Shelter, at 421 SW 5th Ave., will provide accommodations for up to 75 men, with priority for veterans, people 55 and older, and those with disabilities.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners received an update Thursday on work either in place or in progress to improve mental health services inside the county’s jails.
Pacific Islanders tell Chair Kafoury: they are among the fastest-growing groups in Multnomah County. But lack of data obscures their numbers and issues.
More than 50 people gathered to hear moderator Traci Rossi of the Center for Women’s Leadership, interview former state Sen. Margaret Carter, state Rep. Janelle Bynum (D-Clackamas) and Commissioner Loretta Smith.
The goal is to house 40 families by Jan. 15. Property agents with a unit to offer can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceeds from the sale would support the County's commitment to adding 2,000 units of affordable, services-paired housing over the next 10 years.
The director of Integrated Clinical Services has advocated for electronic patient records, led an expansion of services and has mentored emerging leaders.
Multnomah County Commissioner Sharon Meieran urges residents to seek help from free clinics
The service is intended to improve livability and affordability of housing for people living on a fixed or low income.
Case Companion is a public website that offers information about an offender’s status, who to talk to for support and how to stay informed after a case is done.
Two Multnomah County Commissioners were among the 130 community leaders who stepped away from their own jobs Oct. 12 to serve as Principal for Almost a Day.
New Funding Will Help County Build on Progress Toward Eliminating Unnecessary Incarceration
Student find opportunities, mentors through Multnomah County program.
Supportive housing is sometimes the only effective strategy for people struggling with significant disabilities and long-term homelessness.
For the first time since arriving in the United States, a refugee from Congo feels safe enough to smile, laugh and even dance.
The Early Kindergarten Transition program, offered at more than 40 Multnomah County schools, improves attendance and reading scores, years after kids move on.
Multnomah County Communications Office Contact Information
Who to contact about public records requests
Reporters Seeking Public Records contact Julie Sullivan-Springhetti, email@example.com, 502-502-2741
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