The Sensitive Lands program is being updated in 2015. For more information, please go to the Natural Resources Program and Sensitive Lands Revision page (LU 15-0019)
Note: A link to the interactive sensitive lands map is available, click here.
Sensitive Lands is the name given to streams, wetlands, and tree groves that provide wildlife habitat and water quality benefits. The City of Lake Oswego protects these natural resources by regulating development in and near Sensitive Lands. The location of protected streams, wetlands, and tree groves is shown on the Sensitive Lands map.
To view the most up-to-date version of the Sensitive Lands map, click on the link to the Interactive Zoning Map below. To view Sensitive Lands on the Interactive Zoning Map:
- Click on the "L" (Layers) button in the blue toolbar at the top of the screen.
- When the “Layers” window opens, click on the expansion mark (small arrow) next to “Layers” and then next to “Planning.”
- Scroll down and click the check box next to “Sensitive Lands” to add them to the map.
- Use the "In", "Out", and "Pan" buttons in the blue toolbar at the top of the screen to navigate around the map. Use the "S" (Search) button to locate a specific property.
If you have any questions about the Sensitive Lands map, please contact Scot Siegel, Planning and Building Services Director, at (503) 699-7474 or email@example.com.