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Multnomah LEAD® is one of several strategies identified by local public safety partners as part of the MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge to reduce unnecessary incarceration
A legal team from the Green Energy Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School proposes ways state agencies and local governments can restrict diesel emissions.
Multnomah County Commissioner Sharon Meieran renews call for more access to mental health services at the annual NAMIWalks Luncheon.
The Multnomah County Bridge Shop is offering bridge staff new tools to respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis.
To help build a more diverse workforce, the County Board approved a new fund to increase the supply of women and minorities entering the construction trades and provide small business development.
Chair Kafoury announces new initiatives to expand affordable housing, close equity gaps
Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson gave the closing remarks at the fourth and final Regional Leadership Forum held to inform the final 2018 Regional Transportation Program earlier this month.
Construction teams have completed 50 percent of the new nine-story Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters in Old Town Chinatown, including the steel superstructure and most of the fireproofing.
Chair Kafoury and Commissioner Stegmann tour faith-based, non-profit family shelter in Gresham.
The team from JE Dunn Construction has volunteered at Transition Project since they began building the new Multnomah County Health Department Headquarters.
The Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) allows the courts to temporarily prohibit someone from having guns or any deadly weapon if law enforcement officers or family members
Peña, manager of the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice’s (DCJ) Crime Victims Services Unit, received national recognition for her tireless commitment to helping victims.
A new timelapse video produced by Multnomah County’s Office of Sustainability shows the four-month construction of a fish-friendly culvert in Troutdale in a little more than two minutes.
Teens from seven Multnomah County schools travel to Salem for 11th annual School Health Advocacy Day
Daniela Schlechter-Keenan gives her heart to immigrant patients, coworkers and clients say
The listening session was part of a broader examination of Multnomah County’s mental health care system
The division is responsible for animal rescue and protection; public health and safety; neighborhood livability; and much more throughout incorporated and unincorporated Multnomah County.
Residents and providers across Multnomah County sharing concerns, vision for better service
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.
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- 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
- Statement from Commissioner Loretta Smith after MAX stabbing deaths