Multnomah County Home News
3/6/14 - 9:49 am
Public health officials in Multnomah and Clackamas counties are investigating the sudden illness that claimed a 17-year-old high school student in the Portland area on March 4, 20014.
3/4/14 - 3:44 pm
For more than a decade Multnomah County has made reductions to the general fund it uses to pay for services. While some reductions will continue to take place this year, some limited funding is available to minimally expand some services or improve critical infrastructure.
2/25/14 - 3:45 pm
The Multnomah Youth Commission will focus on gang/police, school, and sexual/dating violence during its 3rd Annual Rob Ingram Youth Summit Against Violence from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at the Ambridge Event Center, 1333 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland.
2/20/14 - 4:21 pm
With a special emphasis on the importance of voting rights, Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners adopted a proclamation Thursday to mark February as Black History Month in the county.
2/20/14 - 4:00 pm
Multnomah County will become the first county in Oregon to tap into federal money that will allow its Department of Community Justice to support its philosophy of keeping and treating more juvenile offenders in their community.
2/20/14 - 3:38 pm
School exclusion day was Feb. 19. Children still needing vaccines in order to return to school can catch up at a Multnomah County Health Department clinic on Saturday, Feb. 22, at Reynolds Middle School. No appointment is needed.
2/10/14 - 10:27 am
People needing health insurance can get help with their application on Friday, Feb. 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. downtown. Assisters will be on the 10th floor of the McCoy Building, 426 S. W. Stark, to answer questions, provide information and apply for application assistance.
2/9/14 - 3:30 pm
Most of Multnomah County's public facilities are scheduled to open two hours later than normal on Monday, February 10 due to travel conditions that are expected to be difficult in the early morning.
2/7/14 - 10:27 am
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day was enthusiastically endorsed Thursday by Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners as a chance to have frank conversations about the stigma that contributes to stubbornly high HIV rates in the African-American community.
2/5/14 - 5:20 pm
With snow and freezing rain in the forecast beginning Thursday, Multnomah County wants people to take precautions to stay safe. Here are our top 10 tips.