Residents gathered Thursday in the Parkrose neighborhood to meet mental health and addiction providers, county leaders
Multnomah County News
In 2016, 60 residents learned the owner of Oak Leaf Mobile Home Park was planning to sell the property to a developer.
On Thursday, the Board of Commissioners voted to create new rules and protocols around campaign finances, requiring that campaign communications disclose their funding sources.
County team joined a national event called the Food Service Guidelines Local Action Institute to reshape procurement and healthy food standards
Multnomah County has put out a call for interested builders to propose a contract for the estimated $12 million to $15 million construction project, set to open as soon as summer 2021.
The six-story building on East Burnside features primary care, a pharmacy, recovery and mental health services, and more than 175 beds — all under one roof.
Ty Grove was one of the first to participate in the LEAD® program. Police found him underneath the Steel Bridge with a syringe in hand and a serious heroin addiction more than two years ago.
Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury announced today that the proposed facility security reduction is not moving forward at the current time.
One pill, taken once a day, can protect against the HIV virus. But too many people who use drugs don’t know it’s available.
One lane of the Hawthorne Bridge will be closed for the Waterfront Blues Festival this weekend, while lanes will be closed on some roads on Sauvie Island during a July 4 running event.
Closures include all Multnomah County Library branches and Multnomah County health and dental clinics.
Multnomah County Department of County Human Services this week begun notifying approximately 713 clients of a security breach that may have affected their personal information.