The Special Runoff Election for voters in the City of Portland will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020.
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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.
As of Wednesday, July 1, Multnomah County Library has stopped charging late fines on library materials. The Library has also waived all current fines and restored access to any account blocked because
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, July 2, voted to extend the state of emergency another 90 days in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Public health officials confirmed that the employee was not at work while infectious and that there was no worksite exposure.
Vailey Oehlke, director of libraries for the County, told the Board the revised measure would raise $387 million if passed, down from $405.5 million.
"Many of our graduates and clients are now involved in public safety reform work and meeting with elected officials in Salem," said Billy Anfield, Flip the Script Advocacy Coordinator.
All voters in the City of Portland will receive a ballot for this election with the top two candidates from the May 2020 Primary Election for City of Portland Commissioner, Position 2.
The event commemorates 50 years since the first march on Christopher Street in New York on the anniversary of the 1979 Stonewall Riots
Most Multnomah County services will be unavailable on July 3, and/or July 4 in observance of Independence Day.
The adopted FY 2021 budget invests in COVID-19 response, equity and public safety while maintaining elections, healthcare, homeless services, SUN schools, bridges, courthouses and medical clinics