The Office of Community Involvement develops and manages a variety of programs to inform and involve communities in the processes that shape county policies, programs and budgets.
Projects & Initiatives
The Community Involvement Committee (CIC) is a group of 15 volunteers from throughout Multnomah County who advise the Board of Commissioners and county departments on community engagement.
Budget Advisory Committees (CBACs) are groups of community members that review and make recommendations on county departmental budgets and operations.
The CIC, along with the County Chair, sponsors surveys and community budget forums each spring to get public input on the how to spend money in the upcoming county budget.
The Office of Community Involvement hosts the Annual Volunteer Awards, where Multnomah County recognizes its dedicated volunteers for their service. Learn about past honorees.