Student making chess piece at RockWood Library with 3D printer


The Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission negotiates and enforces cable service franchise agreements; manages the public benefit resources and assets derived from the franchises; and advocates on behalf of the public interest on communications policy issues at local, state and federal levels.

The MHCRC serves the communities, residents and local governments of Fairview, Gresham, Portland, Troutdale and Wood Village and Multnomah County, Oregon (its member “Jurisdictions”).

Recent News:

2017 Community Technology Grant Cycle Open

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Apply Now! The 2017 Grant Cycle is now OpenĀ for Pre-Applications The Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission is pleased to announce the opening of its 2017 Community Technology Grants funding cycle and encourages eligible organizations to apply. The Pre-Application deadline is … Continue reading →

Mary Beth Henry Retirement Celebration

Staff pay tribute to Mary Beth Henry with a homemade shrine

September 2016: Elected officials, MHCRC members, staff and community members/colleagues gathered last Thursday to pay tribute to Mary Beth Henry. Henry, a fierce advocate for local control of public rights-of-way, community media, broadband deployment and digital equity, retired from her … Continue reading →