On Jan. 21, per public health recommendations, a second round of testing was performed. Eleven additional adults tested positive for COVID-19.
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Even in extreme circumstances, the Corrections Health team continued to provide essential services to adults in custody.
Dodge served as an equity consultant prior to assuming interim director role Dec. 31, as Ebony Clarke took helm of Health Department
"Today, we join our hearts together and embrace one another with our words to honor the lives who have been lost to COVID-19," said Commissioner Stegmann.
From restraining orders and protection orders to guardianship, eviction defense, immigration issues, expungements (criminal and evictions), felony reduction and name/gender marker changes.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Multnomah County’s many community volunteers have continued to serve.
The Board of County Commissioners formalized an agreement with the City of Portland Thursday, Jan. 14, allowing the City to collect and administer the personal income tax for Preschool For All.
Many County services will be unavailable on Monday, Jan. 18.
A new earthquake-ready Burnside Bridge will require a taller structure than the existing bridge, project team members told Multnomah County commissioners at a January 12 briefing.
Human Trafficking Awareness Month raises awareness about the exploitation of people for the purpose of prostitution, forced labor, slavery, and other acts against their will.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners responds to the discovery of Clackamas County Commissioner Mark Shull's history of hateful social media posts.
Protocol calls for 15-minute monitoring post-vaccine, help identify and treat rare adverse events