Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.
Multnomah County News
County prepares now for ominous economic outlook later as communities offer input on FY 2019 budget.
One-in-five Multnomah County residents reportedly experience mental health challenges at some point during their lifetime
Multnomah County public safety partners are expanding a pilot project that provides people struggling with serious chronic drug addiction a chance to access social services and treatment.
Voter turnout in Multnomah County reached 25.71 percent at 8pm. Turnout is expected to climb as results are updated throughout the evening and Wednesday.
Immigration attorneys volunteer to help families adjust their legal status, a process that can be complicated, costly
Election Day information in Multnomah County: Ballots due before 8:00 PM
A winter shelter in the Mead Building has remained open. In addition, a shelter will open in mid-June at the Department of Community Justice East Campus.
The proposed budget calls for spending even more next year on housing, health and homelessness services -- from resources for renters to new syringe disposal boxes to new housing supports .
Older Americans Month is an opportunity to both celebrate the experiences of and elevate the issues facing older adults in our community.
Multnomah County’s HAT team is a collaboration between the Department of Community Justice and the Health Department.
Thursday, May 10 is the last day to safely mail ballots: Voters can get help voting or pick up a replacement ballot at two locations in Multnomah County during extended hours