Board declares Sept. 24 - 28 Minority Enterprise Development Week in Multnomah County
Multnomah County News
Policy would require cleaner-burning construction equipment — the source of most local diesel pollution
Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners approved the $28 million sale and 2-year leaseback of the Central Courthouse to Portland-based NBP Capital in a 5-0 vote today.
County Chair opens maternal child health conference with call to fight for fair, just health policy
On September 20 Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners will vote on whether to approve a $28 million purchase and sale agreement and lease for the historic Central Courthouse at 1021 SW 4th Avenue.
Multnomah County's Mental Health Unit works to protect public safety while also creating positive change in the lives of those on supervision.
Multnomah County’s Land Use Planning Division is looking for three residents who live in Multnomah County to serve as volunteer members on the county’s Planning Commission.
Annual "Recovery Month" proclamation honors those in recovery from substance use disorder and raises awareness about treatment options.
The County will spend $4 million helping the Portland Housing Bureau purchase and renovate the Westwind Apartments —creating supportive housing downtown to help with chronic homelessness.
Thanks to Multnomah County Department of County Human Services’ A Place For You pilot, Sherry and her niece now have a place to call home for the first time in years.
Overall, more than 35,000 people received some level of housing and wraparound services last year, including nearly 6,000 who were helped off the streets into permanent housing.
Building Toward Success builds on partnership between a conservative church and an immigrant community.