Normal business hours will resume Thursday, Nov. 12
Multnomah County News
A sixth employee tested positive this week. Public Health has advised the Sheriff’s Office there was no further exposure or action needed.
The County is committed to serving all veterans from all walks of life and helping them transition to civilian life.
In a Nov. 5 board meeting, Budget Director Christian Elkin and County Economist Jeff Renfro shared an updated five-year budget forecast with the Board of Commissioners.
Typically, 50 to 60 percent of the total ballots cast in an election are reported by 8 p.m. on Election Night in Multnomah County.
The tour’s last stop was at the phone banking station where election officials answer questions pertaining to the election.
The Jamii Program opened Oct. 14. It offers 43 units of temporary shelter for adults in a safe and socially distanced motel-based program designed to maximize success for Black people.
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office has been working closely with Public Health partners who have identified four employees at the Multnomah County Detention Center, who have tested posit
Successful partnership was recognized at the October 8th Annual OAME Conference where Multnomah County received the OAME Public Agency Award.
Multnomah County Commissioners recommended that a new Burnside Bridge with long spans be built to ensure the bridge can be usable after a major earthquake.
Territory, using its expertise in innovative, human-centered design and visual facilitation, will be instrumental in aligning and pushing forward the conversations.
The celebration took place just a few weeks after the Gateway Center for Domestic Violence celebrated its 10-year anniversary