Multco's Aging, Disability & Veterans Services is boosting outreach to traditionally-underserved vets, including LGBTQ vets attending the annual Pride event in Portland.
Multnomah County News
Read Chair Deborah Kafoury's full State of the County address
Board proclaims June Pride Month. But after a year of great strides in equity and inclusion, county employee and presenters tell the board there is still much to do.
Kafoury outlined efforts to increase affordable housing, combat homelessness, support at-risk youth, and narrow racial and ethnic health disparities in the coming fiscal year.
The proclamation, brought forth by Commissioner Smith, acknowledges the landmark Supreme Court ruling that overturned all laws banning interracial marriage in the United States.
Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS), the professional organization to advance women in transportation, named Multnomah County as the 2015 Employer of the Year.
Multnomah County Animal Services to debut new adoption center in the heart of Portland.
This Friday Chair Kafoury will deliver the State of the County, an assessment of what the county has accomplished and where it wants to go
With temperatures in the 90s, Multnomah County encourages everyone to check on elders and vulnerable neighbors.
What Multnomah County and community partners are doing to house our homeless veterans.
Pitties in Pink, a project of Multnomah County Animal Services, shows the softer side of a breed with a bad reputation.
The Multnomah County Board of Commission heard from more than 40 residents during a May 27 budget hearing. The hearing was the second of three leading up to the June 18 adoption of the budget.