With the grand opening of Multnomah County’s new Central Courthouse planned this summer, project leaders updated County Commissioners on construction progress at a briefing on March 3.
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Prepared remarks of Commissioner Lori Stegmann at Feb. 22's AAUW Celebration of the 100th anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote.
County employees with a passion for, and expertise in, equity filled the boardroom to hear an update on the progress being made to address inequities within the workplace.
The goal of #TrustedInfo2020 is to communicate to the American people that election officials are their trusted sources for credible and accurate election information.
Seek out trusted sources for credible election information, like state and county election websites.
Inspired by the testimony from the owners of the three businesses, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed February as Black History and Future Month in Multnomah County.
Multnomah County’s Land Use Planning Division is looking for two residents who live in Multnomah County to serve as volunteer members on the county’s Planning Commission.
Representatives of small businesses in the Portland metro region can learn how to do business with Multnomah County and Metro at a free Small Business Open House on Wednesday, February 26.
Last-minute clinics to catch up on school vaccines. Student health centers and Multnomah County primary care clinics are also a great place to catch up.
Go to trusted, credible sources for election information such as state and county websites
In honor of its centennial, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 as League of Women Voters Day.
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Feb. 17 in observance of Presidents Day.