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The Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency is working on the planning and design of a new City Hall in downtown Lake Oswego. The new building, which will be constructed next door to the existing City Hall, will provide a seismically safe, energy efficient and better functioning building for the community. It will include new facilities for Police and 911 dispatch services, city offices, a larger emergency operations center, and retail spaces. The majority of the project is funded by urban renewal. The new building will be 3 stories over one level for secured police parking. After the construction of the new building, the existing city hall will be demolished and replaced with customer parking and plazas.
As currently described in the East End Redevelopment Plan.
Project H First Street North Anchor
The block comprising the northeast and northwest corner of 1st Street and B Avenue, should be considered a key site for redevelopment as an anchor for the 1st Street compact retail core. A mixed-use project could include a public library and public parking. A library-based project with public parking would serve as both a civic anchor and economic catalyst for downtown retail and contribute to foot traffic and vitality. A new public library and public parking would be an amenity, adding to the attractiveness of the Redevelopment Area as a residential or business location and stimulating redevelopment of underdeveloped properties. Redevelopment could also include the 1st Street right-of-way. Potential acquisition of tax lots 400, 500, 600, 1100 and 1200 of Tax Map T2S R1E 03DD and possible resale to a developer.
Key Documents and Reports
Forms, Permits, and Applications