Lewis fought for tighter air quality rules, improved access to opioid reversal drug, strengthened regional partnerships
Multnomah County News
A public hearing has been scheduled on January 16 for Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners to appoint a replacement to fill the term of District 36 State Representative Jennifer Williamson.
Statement from Chair Deborah Kafoury following Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish resignation announcement
Multnomah County statement on Corrections Grand Jury Report
Preschool has positive effects on childhood development, health outcomes and lifetime earnings, but only 15 percent of Multnomah County residents have access to public early childhood programs.
The transformation of Multnomah County’s family shelter system into one with personal rooms and onsite services is complete after Portland Homeless Family Solutions opened its Family Village campus.
Multnomah County Juvenile Services Division to cease public release of youth photos with implementation of Senate Bill 1008.
Multnomah County will wait for the official review on the death of Koben Henriksen to bear out the facts.
County facilities will be closed on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1 in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day. View a more detailed list of holiday closures around the County inside.
Licensing beings early 2020; inspections to begin in summer
Health officials warn families to avoid dangerous products, get kids tested
Staff reflect on three decades of improving treatment, shift to chronic disease