Chair's statement on Friday, May 29 events in Portland
Multnomah County News
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed May 2020 as “Older Americans Month” on Thursday, May 21.
Hand sanitizer, gloves and masks were sprinkled throughout the building. Taped markings denoted 6 feet of distance on the floor.
Today, May 19, 2020 is the last day to vote in the Primary Election. Ballots must be received by 8:00 PM tonight for them to count. It is too late to mail ballots, and postmarks do not count.
Thursday, May 14 is the Last Day to Safely Mail Ballots: Voters can get help online or by calling 503-988-VOTE (8683).
Corrections Health has notified the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office that a third Corrections Health employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
Multnomah County statement on Governor’s plans to lift restrictions
On May 7, Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury released her executive budget for fiscal year 2021, a $1.98 billion roadmap that has already been revised four times due to COVID-19.
All registered voters in Multnomah County should have received their ballots by today, May 7, 2020. Stay home, stay safe and vote by mail.
A second Corrections Health employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Public health officials confirmed that the person had no contact with adults in custody and no further action is needed.
This month, hundreds of public service announcements will air across four television channels raising awareness about child abuse and domestic violence in the wake of COVID-19.
Multnomah County Elections encourages voters to stay home, stay safe and vote by mail.