Multnomah County Animal Services Issues Update on Cat Found Decapitated
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Tuesday, July 4 in observance of Independence day.
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Jean Dentinger spends her Thursdays at Multnomah County Justice Center looking for people experiencing mental illness who are charged with crimes. Her goal? Get them out of jail and into treatment
TriMet has stepped up to provide a temporary cooling center for festival-goers. The bus is located in the southwest corner of the park just behind the school where Commercial Avenue deadends.
Interagency Committee for Abuse and Prevention has launched a public awareness campaign aimed at tackling elder abuse in the community.
Multnomah County leaders are urging people to continue to support and enjoy the summer events that bind our community together.
Legislators are considering raising legal age for tobacco purchase to 21, but Commissioner wants public hearing if it doesn't pass so that Multnomah County can consider.
Through the first nine months of fiscal year 2017, which ends June 30, providers say they’ve helped a record 6,733 people, according to a new quarterly outcomes report released this week.
This year's count of people sleeping without shelter is down nearly 12 percent, including key reductions for populations whose numbers spiked in 2015: women, African Americans and veterans.
Racism puts Black Americans at risk for long-term health problems, so Multnomah County employees should equip themselves with skills and tools to recognize it.
Multnomah County’s Smart Supervision Project (MCSSP) incorporates trauma-informed care in the supervision of high-risk young adults who are 15 to 25 years old.