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July 15 through the 21 (2018) Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week
Check out the new 200-foot mural on Southwest 1st & Madison near the County's new Central Courthouse Project.
More than 900 kittens and their mothers will come to Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) this year, many needing treatment or bottle-feeding for those without a mother.
The Voting Center Express is an additional service location that is open the 15 days before each election in 2018. The center is located at the Multnomah County East Building in downtown Gresham.
El Centro de Votación Rápida de la Oficina de Elecciones del Condado de Multnomah estará abierto 15 días antes de cada elección en 2018 y ofrecerá horas extendidas aproximadas al día de la elección.
Multnomah County Elections is now using an optional secrecy sleeve design that provides just as much privacy for the voter but is much faster to process.
The May 15 Primary Election is right around the corner. Be aware: to vote for governor, Congress and the Oregon Legislature, you need to be registered with a major party by April 24, 2018
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The goal of the HOPE Team is to provide a peacekeeping response to neighborhood and business livability complaints through a process which treats everyone involved with dignity and respect.
Each year, Multnomah County issues thousands of marriage licenses and domestic partnerships. Watch this short clip to learn how to apply.
Do you need to renew or get a passport? Watch this helpful video for everything you need to know and then head over to our passport office at 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. in Portland.
Did you know Multnomah County Animal Services has a program to help curb the rodent population? Watch this short clip to learn more about the Kitties for Hire program.
In 2017 Multnomah County replaced an culvert that blocked fish from the upper reaches of Beaver Creek. Our Office of Sustainability created a time-lapse video that shows the new culvert being built.
More than 5,000 Multnomah County employees work daily to prevent diseases, help seniors, open libraries, repair bridges and roads, inspect restaurants, enforce the law, operate the jails and more.
What do death records from the 1890s and original 1915 plans for the Vista House have in common? They are pieces of local history maintained by our Department of County Assets' Records Division.
Learn how one local woman was able to turn her life around thanks to her Multnomah County Parole & Probation Officer and the Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program.
Facing felony charges, Michael was ready to give up on himself. Until he heard about the Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program.
Meet the county’s most well-read employee: Sign fabricator Tyler Kunter
From support groups, to Zumba, to housing help - Multnomah County’s Bienestar de la Familia program works to promote the well-being of families in our community.
This video showcases the immense preparation and hard work involved in primary and general elections.
Meet the Department of Community Services water resources specialist Roy Iwai. Roy coordinates the county's response to clean water regulations.
Meet Public Health Vector Specialist Chris Roberts of the Multnomah County Health Department. Rodent control is Chris' specialty and every year he visits about 1,000 homes in Multnomah County.
In this installment of "We are Multnomah County" get a behind-the-scenes look at the county's role in ensuring the safety of the food at your favorite restaurants.