Citizen Budget Advisory Committees (CBACs) are groups of community members that review and make recommendations on county departmental budgets and operations.
Office of Community Involvement Pages
The CIC, along with the County Chair, sponsor surveys and community budget forums each spring to get public input on the how to spend money in the upcoming county budget.
Bylaws adopted by the Community Involvement Committee on November 15, 2016
The Department Review Program offers volunteers the chance to enhance citizen participation in county decision-making while learning more about the services the county provides.
Description of Services Provided by Multnomah County
Diversity Outreach Workshops are CIC-sponsored trainings in which staff from local organizations share successful strategies for conducting outreach to underrepresented populations.
Las Descripciones De Los Servicios Del Condado De Multnomah
The CIC recognizes all neighborhood associations that city governments within the county have already established, as well as these six associations.
See these reports published annually for summaries of OCI's accomplishments and goals:...
Office of Citizen Involvement Service Descriptions
Summary of tips for forming strong inclusive & multicultural partnerships
The CIC periodically holds community forums focusing on pressing county issues. The forums seek to communicate important information on issues and/or garner input for county decision-makers to cons...
The Multnomah County Citizen Involvement Committee each year honors people who have volunteered their time and energy to the county in an outstanding way.
Learn more about the Office of Community Involvement, the Community Involvement Committee and its civic engagement programs!
Aging Friendly Forums flyer
Brenda Morgan is the program manager for the Office of Community Involvement
Helpful documents to further understand the Community Involvement Committee. Here you will find the OCI brochure and related handbooks.
Upcoming meeting dates for the county’s Community Involvement Committee (CIC) and Community Budget Advisory Committees (CBACs).
The Community Involvement Committee (CIC) is a panel of 15 volunteers from throughout Multnomah County. It oversees the OCI and helps facilitate community engagement.
Information, including dates, agendas and minutes, for 2017 meetings of the Community Involvement Committee
The topic of the April 18 meeting will be meeting finalists for the position of Executive Director of the OCI in a regular CIC meeting from 5:15
The Community Involvement Committee is meeting Tuesday, February 21, 5:30-7:00 pm
Community Involvement Committee meeting March 21st, 2017
Dani Bernstein is the Executive Director of the Multnomah County Office of Community Involvement.