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  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    What's Your Living Well in LO? Living Well in LO is about celebrating and achieving six dimensions of wellness- physical, intellectual, spiritual, environmental, emotional and social. Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation is proud to power Living Well In LO! It’s the heart of Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department...

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    Cancelation decisions for recreation classes and programs are guided by

    Lake Oswego School District (LOSD) schedules during inclement weather.

     

    General guidelines:

  • 2017 Winter/Spring Parks & Recreation Activities Guide
    Discover all the ways Parks & Recreation promotes Living Well in LO.  Registration for Winter/Spring classes opens at 10am, Monday December 5th for residents and on December 12th for non-residents. Register online at www.loparks.org. You can view the Winter/Spring...
  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    The City of Lake Oswego offers City League adult basketball for players ages 18+ (and out of high school).  The season runs from mid-January through mid-April. For league information, rosters and scores during the season click on the files below.

    Registration is now open at loparks.org...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    We need your help with the future design for Iron Mountain Park!

    Please give us your opinion 

    CLICK HERE

    The online exercise CLOSES

     Friday December 9, 2016...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    OUTSIDE THE ART ROOM - YOUTH ART SHOWCASE & AUCTION
    FRIDAY, JANUARY 6; 6-8PM

    PALISADES; 1500 GREENTREE RD

  • Over the summer it was discovered that the ball field light poles at George Rogers Park were past their expected life. In September, Council approved the replacement project. The project begins in November, the existing 12 wood poles with metal halide lighting will be removed.  Lighting is upgraded with Musco Light...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Meet the dedicated people who care for over 600 acres of Parks properties  and natural areas at 36 different sites.  Parks Maintenance provides maintenance for the City’s developed parks, open spaces, natural areas,wetlands, heritage sites and various trail systems.