Rassekh Property Temporary Soil Storage

The City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department is temporarily storing approximately 4500 cubic yards of soil from another project site on the Rassekh Property located at 18011 Stafford Road. The soil is being excavated from East Waluga Park where the Department is currently removing the existing natural grass ball fields and replacing with synthetic turf. The soil from East Waluga Park will be temporarily stored on the Rassekh property until it can be relocated to another project site in the near future. The  completion of East Waluga Park Ballfield project is targeted for springtime in order to open the fields for play for baseball season. The soil from Rassekh is tentatively designated for future use at the Iron Mountain Park site. The Iron Mountain Park project could begin as early as summer 2019. For more information on any of these projects, please contact Bruce Powers, bpowers@lakeoswego.city or call 503-697-6575.

Thank you for your patience as LOPR completes these park projects.