Susan Walters, who fended off hitman hired to kill her, shares her experience to help craft crime victims' portal for Multnomah County
Multnomah County News
A webcam has been mounted on the Union Station tower giving a birdseye view of the new Health Department construction site.
Multnomah County’s Land Use Planning Division is looking for a county resident who lives in a rural area east of the Willamette River to serve as a member on the county’s Planning Commission.
Protections cover names, pronouns, dress, medical leave
Affordable housing, already hard to find, could become even more scarce. That’s why Multnomah County’s pilot project will help deliver ADUs to select homeowners willing to host homeless families.
Read Chair Deborah Kafoury's statement on the arrest of Dreamer Francisco Rodriguez Dominguez.
Read Chair Deborah Kafoury's statement on Attorney General Jeff Sessions' remarks on sanctuaries.
On Thursday, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners celebrated a county program that is successfully training and placing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in jobs.
Chair Kafoury and Commissioner Smith reaffirmed their support for immigrants and refugees before the Portland City Council adopted a resolution declaring Portland a welcoming, sanctuary city.
The Grant School-Based Health Center operated by the Multnomah County Health Department will close on June 15, 2017. Here's what's happening:
From high profile capital projects to food delivery services for senior, Multnomah County is integral in millions of dollars of economic opportunity in the community.
Justice Reinvestment works just as it sounds. It takes some of the millions of dollars saved by keeping people out of prison and reinvests it into data-driven programs and strategies meant to hold off