The Board of County Commissioners approved a vehicle fee increase to help fund the Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge project on December 5. The increase takes effect in 2021.
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More than 50 testify during second hearing on proposed sales restrictions of flavored e-liquids, tobacco
State goals “based on the faulty assumption that countries can place individuals leaving the state hospital in residential treatment or supportive housing,” Auditor McGuirk says
Among the key findings: 34 percent of Multnomah County households are unable to meet their basic needs.
Multnomah County ordinance requires people refrain from burning wood until advisory is lifted
The Multnomah Building counter for a passport, marriage license or to record documents will be closed Dec. 4, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for a staff event.
Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health teamed up for a second year with Mudbone Grown to provide weekly produce boxes to Black and African American families.
Closures include all Multnomah County health clinics and Multnomah County Library locations.
W. Haywood Burns Institute report provides an update on racial disparities in Multnomah County’s justice system, serves as a starting point for strategies to promote equity
Multnomah County exposure sites identified; Certain high-risk individuals who are not immune can get just-in-time medicine
Division leadership welcomes review, vows to increase access, invest in solutions
The 12-story building at N.E. Grand and Holladay will provide 240 affordable apartments. Thanks to County funding, 20 of those homes will be set aside for people who've experienced domestic violence.