The Board of County Commissioners recognized Department of Community Justice employees who work keep the community safe by supporting justice-involved individuals successfully reenter the community.
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Any Multnomah County voter living in the City of Portland who has not received a ballot for the August 11 Special Runoff Election should call the county elections office
This year’s proclamation took place months into the global COVID-19 pandemic, which has challenged the status quo for everyone, including those living and working with disabilities.
The path to recovery from addiction or mental health concerns is hard. For the Latinx community, linguistic and cultural barriers can make it even more of a challenge.
Portland voters who live or work closer to Gresham can drop off ballots for August 11, 2020 runoff
Choo Fair offers perspective as County acknowledges Pretrial, Parole and Probation Supervision Week.
Oregon has the sixth-most expensive childcare in the United States. A new proposal would fund universal preschool for all Multnomah County 3- and 4-year-olds.
City of Portland voters who do not receive a ballot by Thursday, July 30 should call the county elections office at 503-988-VOTE (8683).
Donald Trump's deployment of federal forces to Portland isn't just a cynical political ploy: it's unnecessary, undemocratic and unwelcome.
The Special Runoff Election for voters in the City of Portland will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020.
Public health experts briefed the Board of County Commissioners on Thursday, July 9, on COVID-19’s impacts on Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities.
Voters with disabilities can request help with voting from a friend, family member or someone else they know.