Any development on or near a road or other right-of-way owned by the county will require a transportation planning review.
Permits for use of county-owned right-of-way. Includes driveway permits, film permits, easements, overweight truck permits and more.
The Multnomah County Bicycle and Pedestrian Citizen Advisory Committee represents citizens of Multnomah County regarding bicycle and pedestrian issues.
Safe Routes to School makes walking and bicycling to school more fun, convenient, and safe for families to get to and from school.
The East Multnomah County Transportation Committee, or EMCTC (pronounced Ee-Muk-Tuk), is the transportation coordinating committee for the eastern portion of Multnomah County.
Levee Ready Columbia is a partnership of over 20 organizations committed to a collaborative approach to preparing our community for future floods.
The purpose of the CIPP is to ensure limited public funds are invested in transportation projects providing the greatest public benefit. The CIPP is updated every five years.