The measure calls upon all residents to celebrate the history and recognize the contributions of Latines to our community, state, and nation.
Multnomah County News
Public health officials confirmed that the person had no identified contact with staff or adults who are detained.
Less than a week after Multnomah County put out a call for child-sized masks for families most affected by COVID-19, 10,000 masks were delivered on Friday, Sept. 25.
Moderated by Oregon House Rep. Akasha Lawrence Spence, the discussion covered topics including racial inequality, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Multnomah County supports Gov. Kate Brown’s executive action establishing a unified command ahead of the gathering of far-right groups in Portland this Saturday.
Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution naming Jamie Waltz as the permanent director of the county’s Department of Community Services at their September 24 meeting.
Through Jan. 8, 2021, renters in Multnomah County cannot be evicted from their homes just because they can’t pay their rent.
Multnomah County Board of Commissioners issue statement on Sept. 26 rally planned at historic Vanport site/ Delta Park, condemning incitement to violence
The annual event highlights the courage of members of the recovery community and sheds light on the work the County and its partners are doing to help support recovery locally.
According to a Massachusetts Institute of Technology study, bad, incorrect information can spread six times faster than good, correct information.
The Emergency Operations Center team is asking for 6-by-6-inch and 7-by-7-inch child-size homemade cloth masks, specifically, in “unused and in good condition.”
In the Sept. 17 board meeting, the County Board voted to recognize September as Infant Mortality Awareness Month to raise community consciousness of ongoing racial disparities in birth outcomes.