In the face of an unprecedented pandemic, Multnomah County’s Department of Community Justice is temporarily suspending monthly supervision fees.
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As Multnomah County residents navigate Oregon’s stay-at-home order, domestic violence service providers have a message for survivors: We are still here for you.
Businesses owing income tax for the 2019 tax year can delay their filings and payments from April 15th to July 15th, 2020.
Multnomah County resorts to old-fashioned U.S. mail to keep processing marriage licenses after office closure. Demand for marriage licenses continues, despite COVID-19.
There will be some temporary traffic changes starting Monday, March 31 on SW Madison Street in the blocks near Multnomah County’s new Central Courthouse at the west end of the Hawthorne Bridge.
The iconic Jupiter Hotel has offered Multnomah County all 81 of its rooms as part of an emergency push to space out the County’s shelter system.
In an effort to maintain essential public safety and criminal justice functions, agency partners in Multnomah County are implementing temporary policy changes across the system.
Disruptive and threatening behavior is harmful, counterproductive, and could be criminal.
A news briefing on the steps that Chair Deborah Kafoury and Mayor Ted Wheeler are taking to protect housing security during the COVID-19 outbreak will be Tuesday, March 17 at 9 a.m. at 616 NW Sixth.
Through existing collaboration, public safety leadership is working together to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Young people talked about the need to talk about mental health and the barriers to doing that: the lack of access to counselors, resources for parents and teachers, and few tools.
The Board of County Commissioners approved a bond measure for the November 2020 ballot that would improve library facilities and construct a new flagship library in underserved east county,