Oregon unemployment is at record lows, wages are increasing, and the U.S. economy is the strongest it’s been in decades. But some factors pose risks in the County's latest five-year funding forecast.
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Multnomah County ordinance requires people refrain from burning wood until curtailment is lifted.
While housing production in the Portland Metro has increased since 2010, affordable housing has stagnated--especially in East Multnomah County.
Death data is only the tip of the iceberg, says county’s lead epidemiologist
Multnomah County partner Lines for Life recently became the Veterans Crisis Line's sole backup call center, providing crisis intervention services to veterans across the nation.
As the Board of Health, Commissioners have the responsibility to set a health policy vision
Resolution asks Office of Sustainability and Environmental Health Division to conduct research, propose policy
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Nov. 11 Veterans Day in Multnomah County, honoring an estimated 44,375 veterans living in Multnomah County and more than 400 County staff.
Changes will emphasize helping families earning no more than 60 percent of median income and expand the pool of eligible development projects.
Many Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, Nov. 12 in observance of Veterans Day.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Multnomah County Animal Services shelter in Troutdale
The Multnomah County Elections Division was marked by a steady flow of voters on the last day to cast a vote for the 2018 General Election Tuesday (11/6).