Board honors Grant High student journalists for tackling tough issues
Multnomah County News
Multnomah County’s Leticia Longoria-Navarro and six others honored at 2015 Oregon Department of Corrections Statewide Awards.
People who live and work in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties can learn what to do when someone near them is in an emotional or mental crisis at free upcoming classes.
The May 19 special general is here. Voters can drop off ballots in person at any official drop site until 8 pm tonight (Tuesday, May 19). Postmarks do not count.
The CDC highlights the Multnomah County Health Department's investigation of a rare norovirus outbreak at Blue Lake Regional Park for national Healthy and Safe Swimming week. Read more here.
Thursday’s presentation highlighted the county’s many mental health services and trainings, as well as the need to destigmatize mental illness.
Friday, May 15 is the last day for Multnomah County voters to safely mail their ballot for the special election on Tuesday, May 19.
Budget director Karyne Kieta provided the board with an overview of the county’s financial health, highlighting changes in revenue and spending from an eight-pound, 1,300-page budget.
Sang Dao thanks mentors for clemency support and job at the county.
“This budget provides the roadmap and the means to accomplish our vision,” said Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury on Thursday.
On May 6 county elected officials, department heads and staff gathered to celebrate the excellent work of a select group of county employees.
Any Multnomah County voter who has not received a ballot for the May 19 special election by Thursday, May 7 should call the county elections office at 503-988-3720.