Multnomah County exposure sites identified; Certain high-risk individuals who are not immune can get just-in-time medicine
Multnomah County News
Division leadership welcomes review, vows to increase access, invest in solutions
The 12-story building at N.E. Grand and Holladay will provide 240 affordable apartments. Thanks to County funding, 20 of those homes will be set aside for people who've experienced domestic violence.
Go to 211.org/donations — now, before the weather turns dangerous — and learn how and where to donate winter gear and how to train as a shelter volunteer during severe weather.
After a year-long review of how Multnomah County handles reports of abuse and neglect of individuals with mental illness, District Attorney said he found no criminal wrongdoing
Multnomah County is responsible for six of Portland’s major bridges, 21 smaller bridges, 274 miles of road, and 1,700 culverts.
Chair Deborah Kafoury on restated the County’s support for the young people suing the state over the climate crisis, saying the time has come to protect those qualities which make for a livable Oregon
Health officials, advocates point to point to short-term, chronic health risk from exposure to e-cigarette vapor and health consequences of nicotine addiction
Stabilization, Treatment and Preparation on Glisan
County candidates will face new campaign finance requirements. Board adopts new requirements for disclosing funding sources
Multnomah County is offering an in-person open house and an online open house in November to gather public input on its capital improvement plan for the county’s roads.
Focus on tobacco, addiction, violence and safe streets, Public Health leaders say