The Intellectual and Developmental Services Division of the Department of County Human Services will host an informational fair about its services on May 1.
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“Even with fair housing laws, there are still communities that struggle and face discrimination,” Commissioner Lori Stegmann says. “We need to arm ourselves with the knowledge of our history."
Peggy Brey and Truls Neal have been appointed as the directors of the Department of County Human Services and the Department of Community Justice, respectively.
Multnomah County has sold the Wapato Jail to Kehoe Northwest Properties, LLC. The sale has been finalized and $5 million transferred to the County earmarked for permanent supportive housing
On April 19 Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners will vote on whether to declare the county’s Central Courthouse and McCoy Building as surplus, beginning a process to dispose of both properties.
Tuesday, April 24 is the voter registration deadline and the party choice deadline for Oregon’s May 15 Primary Election
Behavioral health in school-based health centers, emergency shelters, and wildfire recovery topped the legislative victories discussed at April’s E. County forum with Commissioner Lori Stegmann.
Un convenio de agencias locales amplía el programa con la participación de la comunidad
A coalition of local agencies expand program with community input
Implementation committee to focus on six proposals for regional partnerships
Russell Elementary is now one of 86 SUN Community Schools throughout Multnomah County.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 Thursday, April 12, to sell the Wapato Jail to Kehoe Northwest Properties LLC for $5 million.