Multnomah County staff photographer Motoya Nakamura given "once in a lifetime" honor to exhibit images of Japanese American WWII veterans in Governor’s Office.
Multnomah County News
Last April, the Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted an ordinance to implement the Campaign Finance charter amendment approved by voters in 2016. Now the court has ruled on its legality.
Multnomah County and the City of Gresham will hold a meeting on March 13 at 6 pm about two projects that will replace culverts on county and city roads near Mt. Hood Community College in 2018-2019
The March 16 event will take place at 7:30 a.m. at Reynolds High School in Troutdale.
On Feb. 22, the busiest night so far this season, 361 people took refuge across four warming centers operated by the Joint Office and its contracted nonprofit partner, Transition Projects.
Chair Kafoury and Commissioner Stegmann tour faith-based, non-profit family shelter in Gresham.
Multnomah County Employees of Color Employee Resource Group celebrate “Black History Month and 365 Days a Year: A Celebration of African American Achievement Everyday.”
The team from JE Dunn Construction has volunteered at Transition Project since they began building the new Multnomah County Health Department Headquarters.
day’s clinic is now scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East County Building
Small businesses in the Portland metro region can learn about how to do business with Multnomah County and Metro at a free Small Business Open House on Wednesday, February 21 from 3 to 6 pm.
During the PyeongChang Winter Olympics this month, KGW TV will run a series of public service ads encouraging Portland metro area residents to sign up for emergency alerts at PublicAlerts.org.
The Board of Commissioners on Thursday proclaimed February as Black History Month and Black Future Month in Multnomah County.