The Board of Commissioners in Multnomah County, OR recently approved a $3.6 billion spending plan for Fiscal Year 2024. The Board primarily decided where to spend $872 million in General Fund dollars as well as where to direct $22.74 million in the County’s last allocation of federal American Rescue Plan dollars. The budget includes $87.3 million for the Preschool for All operating budget. This investment doubles the number of slots to 1,400 for the county’s universal preschool program’s second year of operation. The spending plan also includes $17 million dollars for the Preschool for All facilities fund to help build infrastructure to reach access for all families who want preschool by 2030. Read more about the FY 2024 budget here.