Commissioner Shiprack News
9/30/13 - 9:16 am
What is happening?
In January 2014, health insurance will be available to more Multnomah County individuals and families. Many people who today have no insurance or are underinsured will gain access to health insurance through the Oregon Health Plan or more affordable private health insurance
How can I apply for health insurance?
9/19/13 - 2:33 pm
8/27/13 - 3:17 pm
Construction crews continue to work on the Outer Powell Safety Improvements Project on US 26 (SE Powell) between SE 111th and SE 176th Avenues. Beginning the week of August 26th, area residents and businesses can expect constuction activities to include night-time grinding and paving operations from 8 pm – 6am Monday through Friday. Should you have concerns about area noise associated with the project, please call our noise hotline at 503-412-2382
7/29/13 - 2:38 pm
The National Center for State Courts will help Multnomah County with its work to replace the downtown courthouse with a facility that can work well for decades to come.
7/29/13 - 2:29 pm
Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy your neighborhood. Check out these free family events happening in District #3. I look forward to seeing you there.
Movies in the Park, All Summer
Concerts in the Park, All Summer
7/9/13 - 1:25 pm
The project to replace the Multnomah County Courthouse took a significant step forward in the recently concluded session of the Oregon Legislature.
6/27/13 - 10:55 am
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners proclaimed June 20th, Word Refugee Day in Multnomah County in conjunction with the United Nations High Commission on refugees. World Refugee Day honors the hard-earned wisdom, diverse experiences and unceasing courage of refugees in our community. It also draws attention to the plight of millions people around the world displaced by violence, war, famine and natural disasters.
6/26/13 - 9:12 am
Multnomah County has hired Abbey Stamp to be the new executive director of the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC), which coordinates public safety plans, policies and operations of local government agencies.
6/13/13 - 8:55 am
Multnomah County Animal Services participated in the Rose Festival Starlight Parade on June 1 for the first time with its "Pitties in Pink" float.
6/10/13 - 9:40 am
Partnering with the East Portland Action Committee, Commissioner Shiprack has expanded a Mobile Playground program that benefits underserved kids in East Portland.
The expansion will double the Portland Park program, bringing weekly mobile playground visits to ten sites in SE Portland. The program packs vans with structured games, arts, crafts and a nutritious lunch bringing them to underserved children in their own communities.