La Asociación de Vecinos de Brentwood-Darlington invita a todos sus vecinos y propietarios de negocios a participar en nuestras próximas reuniones, que incluyen los siguientes invitados especiales Comisario Jessica Vega Pederson.
This Saturday the 27th of JanuaryCommissioner Smith will be joined by Senator Lew Frederick for a joint Town Hall Meeting. This is meeting is open to the public. They hope to hear from constituents and neighbors about the issues and concerns they are facing.
Thursday, January 18 is the last day to safely mail ballots: Voters can get help voting or pick up a replacement ballot at two locations in Multnomah County.
Thursday, January 18 is the last day for voters to safely mail their ballot for the Special Election onTuesday, January 23. Ballots can be mailed with one first class stamp. Voters are encouraged to return ballots promptly because of the possibility of inclement winter weather.
Ballot envelopes must be signed and ballots received by the elections office by January 23 at 8:00 PM. Postmarks do not count in Oregon.
Multnomah County Elections extended hours at both locations:
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday, January 20
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Monday, January 22
7:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, January 23 (Election Day)
Multnomah County voters can get a replacement ballot sent by mail or available to be picked up in-person at “Will Call” at our SE Portland or Gresham locations during business hours. A replacement ballot will be available at the elections service location within two hours of request. Order a replacement ballot online or by calling 503-988-3720.
Multnomah County and Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) are conducting a study of the local mental health system. HSRI will provide a quantitative and qualitative analysis of Multnomah County’s mental health system, including a detailed inventory of mental health services available in our community, connections between those resources, and funding and reimbursement mechanisms.
As part of the study, they are meeting with members of the community on Monday, December 11, to learn about experiences regarding current resources and needs, and hear thoughts on what a better mental health system could look like. The goal of this community listening session is to help the County and the HSRI team understand how the system is actually working in Multnomah County so as to identify opportunities for meaningful change.
Community Listening Session on Mental Health Monday, December 11, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Central Library in downtown Portland, U.S. Bank Room 801 S.W. 10th Avenue
Please see the Listening Session flyer for additional details, and RSVP here. If you can’t attend on the 11th but want to provide feedback, do so here. You can reach Commissioner Sharon Meieran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-988-5220 with any questions, concerns, thoughts, comments or suggestions for this project.
Multnomah County operates 12 student health centers at area schools, including Lane Middle School, here in Brentwood-Darlington! The clinics are like a regular doctor’s office—offering everything from immunizations and well-child exams to mental health counseling. Student health clinics are open to all Multnomah County youth (aged 5-18) and there is never an out-of-pocket cost for students or their families. Same day and walk-in appointments available. Find out more here!
We will also be hosting a representative from Multnomah County Health Centers at our December 7th meeting with Special Guest Sgt. Randy Teig.