This month, hundreds of public service announcements will air across four television channels raising awareness about child abuse and domestic violence in the wake of COVID-19.
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County Elections encourages voters to stay home, stay safe and vote by mail.
Corrections Health employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Public health officials confirm that the person had no contact with adults who are detained and no additional action needed.
"We’re strongly encouraging voters to stay home, stay safe and vote by mail using postage-paid return envelopes for the first time in Oregon election history.”
The offices will be following physical distancing guidelines established by the state and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Oregon Supreme Court today upheld Multnomah County's campaign contribution limits under the Oregon Constitution, overruling a more than 20-year-old decision by the Court.
Stay home, stay safe, and vote by mail — with free postage.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday, April 16, to clarify the County’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium while also continuing to protect residential tenants.
On Wednesday, leaders announced a first-of-its-kind partnership to get medication delivered to qualifying community members in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic
Multnomah County leadership briefed on efforts to protect staff and justice-involved individuals, and reduce strain on jails and law enforcement operations, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oregon’s elections allow voters to stay at home, stay safe, and vote by mail. And thanks to prepaid postage legislation passed in 2019 — a stamp is no longer needed.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners on Thursday, April 9, voted unanimously to extend the state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic for another 90 days.