Multnomah County seeks consultant services to understand the options available to local governments in the Tri-County region to better address air quality issues, particularly hazardous air pollutants
Between July 2015 and June 2016, the County's Community Services Division provided weatherization services to 1,152 people in 564 households to reduce energy costs.
With a focus on the community, the 2015 harvest was largely donated to SnowCap Community Charities. Currently in its 8th season, the gardens are thriving.
Students studying for their GED learn about climate change.
Students at the Lauder Learning Center learn about climate change, and the County adopts an update to the Climate Action Plan.
Show your support for Earth Day! Here are a few staff picks from the Office of Sustainability for what you can do today
Climate change can be daunting, but together we can become more climate resilient. Join the conversation by giving your feedback on the Draft Climate Action Plan Update by April 10.
Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Inverness Jail Garden growns food for charity
Multnomah County is recruiting new members for the Advisory Committee on Sustainability and Innovation. Applications are due December 1st, 2014.
Did you know that nearly thirty thousand dollars has been saved a year just by introducing energy efficiency programs in two of Multnomah County's office buildings?
A story from The Department of County Human Service’s Brenda Kemple-Richards on lifestyle change through bike commuting. This is Brenda’s second year as co-captain of the Lincoln Building team
It's that time again. September is Bike Commute Challenge month, and Multnomah County is pround to be returning to the competition.