To respond to food insecurity during the pandemic and beyond, county leaders have partnered with the cities of Fairview, Wood Village and Troutdale to collaborate and share resources.
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Residents are invited to drive through, bike or walk up to receive a free flu shot at this one-day clinic
Two Juvenile Services employees test positive for COVID-19, no youth in detention exposed.
Upon final certification, 13 votes remained the difference between the top two candidates.
Multnomah County residents self-responded to the 2020 U.S. Census at a rate of 73.7 percent--a 3.2 percent increase over the 2010 Census
Two adults booked into Multnomah County detention facilities have tested positive for COVID-19. There has been no significant exposure to other adults in custody or staff at this time.
While the new metrics are part of a risk-reduction framework, any activity outside your home carries risk of spread of COVID-19.
While these new metrics signal the next phase of how the state will evaluate, report and respond to COVID-19 cases, Multnomah County will remain in its current “freeze” until at least Dec. 3, 2020. Th
Ahead of every election, VAT members work tirelessly to expand access and resources to let as many Multnomah County voters as possible. But this year was marked by distinct challenges.
Multnomah County renters experience significant barriers to housing, and more needs to be done to protect them, according to report presented to the Board of County Commissioners
County services offered over email, phone, and in-person will be unavailable on Thursday, Nov. 26 in observance of Thanksgiving Day.
A Corrections Health employee was identified as having a positive COVID-19 test result. There has been no identified exposure to adults in custody.