Clean up underway after sprinkler head rupture at Multnomah County Courthouse
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese, with the assistance of Chief Deputies and Strategic Services, finalized the agency’s Strategic Plan to identify agency priorities, measurable goals and a road map.
The Multnomah County Health Department notified neighbors in the immediate vicinity of a North Portland apartment building where Legionnaires’ Disease has been detected
With four more years for the returning commissioners, the Board will continue to be made up entirely of women, with a majority of commissioners women of color.
“We need to keep the lessons of 2020 at the forefront of our minds and use those lessons as our motivation this year and beyond.”
Commissioner Lori Stegmann was sworn in for her second term as Multnomah County’s District 4 commissioner representing East County.
Commissioner Sharon Meieran was sworn in for her second term Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021 as the representative of Multnomah County’s First District.
Statement from the Board of County Commissioners supporting County employees with H1-B visas and urging the incoming Biden administration to reverse many immigration policies of the last four years.
The Multnomah County and Clackamas County Board of Commissioners selected Kayse Jama, a former refugee and community organizer, to fill the vacant Senate District 24 seat
Last year, the federal government told communities they could ask to opt out of the unsheltered count for safety reasons. The Joint Office will still count people in shelters and transitional housing.
The Health Department notified more than 100 residents at Rosemont Court, 597 North Dekum St, of concerns about the water system after multiple people became ill with pneumonia.
PRESS RELEASE: Multnomah County sends restaurants $5.3 million in CARES Act relief