The COVID-19 pandemic sheds light on how working from home affects employees with disabilities.
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Multnomah County Elections Office and Sheriff’s Office partner for voter rights awareness initiative for incarcerated and previously incarcerated individuals.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which caused widespread unemployment and a corresponding drop in state revenue from personal income taxes, has created a $1.2 billion state budget shortfall.
More than 20 years of conducting vote-by-mail elections gives us both experience and confidence that it works. In short, we’re ready, we got this!
Code enforcement officer Dave Thomson has collected nearly 100 bags of poop since late 2018
Multnomah County and the Cities of Portland, Gresham, Fairview, Troutdale and Wood Village receive final Municipal Broadband report
Two Juvenile Services employees test positive for COVID-19, no youth in detention affected.
The measure calls upon all residents to celebrate the history and recognize the contributions of Latines to our community, state, and nation.
Public health officials confirmed that the person had no identified contact with staff or adults who are detained.
Less than a week after Multnomah County put out a call for child-sized masks for families most affected by COVID-19, 10,000 masks were delivered on Friday, Sept. 25.
Moderated by Oregon House Rep. Akasha Lawrence Spence, the discussion covered topics including racial inequality, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Multnomah County supports Gov. Kate Brown’s executive action establishing a unified command ahead of the gathering of far-right groups in Portland this Saturday.