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Microsoft CrowdStrike technology outage

Some City of Portland systems were impacted. Call 3-1-1 or 503-823-4000 with questions or non-emergency reports. Beware of cyber criminals impersonating CrowdStrike or other tech support. Information for City of Portland employees

Fentanyl Emergency

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Mayor Wheeler, Governor Kotek and Chair Vega Pederson hold press conference

On January 30, 2024, Mayor Wheeler, Governor Tina Kotek, and Chair Jessica Vega Pederson each declared a State of Emergency to address the fentanyl crisis. Each declared a 90-day state of emergency to address the public health and public safety crisis driven by fentanyl in Portland’s Central City.

All three emergency orders direct the State, County, and City to commit available resources to the unified response. A command center will be stood up in the central city where state, county and city employees will convene to coordinate strategies and response efforts.  


More information:

Multnomah County's Fentanyl Emergency Homepage


The latest Unified Command situation report:

Fentanyl Emergency Situation Report - March 11, 2024

Past situation reports:

Fentanyl Emergency Situation Report - March 4, 2024

Fentanyl Emergency Situation Report - February 28, 2024

The three Emergency Orders can be found below: