Jessica Guernsey has focused on outreach, equity and public health preparedness for two decades
Multnomah County News
Chair Kafoury accepted the appointment of Tasha Wheatt-Delancy as Health Center Executive Director of the Integrated Clinical Services and appointed Jessica Guernsey as Public Health Director.
William Miller of NAYA read the proclamation and spoke about the historic discrimination of the Native community in the U.S. and Multnomah County and its erasure by historians.
Public health officials confirmed that the person had no identified contact with staff or adults who are detained and that no additional action is needed at this time.
On Monday, Oct. 5 County Commissioners Sharon Meieran and Lori Stegmann joined consultant Joanne Hovis of CTC Technology & Energy, to discuss the key findings from a regional feasibility study
The COVID-19 pandemic sheds light on how working from home affects employees with disabilities.
Multnomah County Elections Office and Sheriff’s Office partner for voter rights awareness initiative for incarcerated and previously incarcerated individuals.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which caused widespread unemployment and a corresponding drop in state revenue from personal income taxes, has created a $1.2 billion state budget shortfall.
More than 20 years of conducting vote-by-mail elections gives us both experience and confidence that it works. In short, we’re ready, we got this!
Code enforcement officer Dave Thomson has collected nearly 100 bags of poop since late 2018
Multnomah County and the Cities of Portland, Gresham, Fairview, Troutdale and Wood Village receive final Municipal Broadband report
Two Juvenile Services employees test positive for COVID-19, no youth in detention affected.