Community members are invited to the first of two public forums focusing on public safety in East Multnomah County on Thursday, May 4.
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The public is invited to the first meeting of the Policy Group for the Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge study on Tuesday, May 2 from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Multnomah Building's boardroom.
Multnomah County is seeking to fill at least one vacancy on its Bicycle and Pedestrian Citizen Advisory Committee with new members who live, work or recreate in Multnomah County.
The U.S. Postal Service has begun mailing ballots today, Wednesday, April 26, for the May 16 Special District Election.
The Multnomah County Health Department has investigated two confirmed cases of hepatitis A in restaurant workers at two Cup & Saucer Cafes in Portland.
‘We can come together around our values of decency, compassion, and fairness’ Kafoury says in 2017 State of the County address
Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury on Thursday released her proposed 2018 budget. The $2 billion budget maintains the county’s investments in housing, mental health and families.
The second of four full weekend closures of Interstate 5 in one direction between the Marquam Bridge and North Broadway will take place in the southbound direction from this weekend.
The Morrison Bridge will be closed to all users from 8 pm on Thursday, April 20 until 5 am on Friday, April 21 and from 7 am on Saturday, April 22 until as late as 4:30 am on Monday, April 24.
Oregon voters can register to vote online at www.oregonvotes.gov.
In the blocks surrounding Parklane Elementary School, students walk to and from school on streets without sidewalks and across busy, high-speed corridors without safe crosswalks.
An agreement with Central Eastside development firms extends the life of the Columbia Shelter downtown and shows the power of private-public partnership when it comes to providing safety off the stree