The City of Lake Oswego is continuing to provide essential services. In addition, we're exploring new "no-contact" options in order to reduce exposure to COVID-19 while providing programs and services.  Updates, information on City services, and COVID-19 resources.

Posted on: Mar 31 2020 - 10:39am

Public Works

The Lake Oswego Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining infrastructure systems throughout the City to ensure they are working correctly, efficiently, and that the life of our assets is maximized. Streets, Water, Sewer, Stormwater, Motor Pool and City Beautification maintenance programs make up the department with each responsible for their own infrastructure system.

Here at Public Works, we take pride in providing utility maintenance to help make Lake Oswego a great place to live.

News & Announcements

Public Works & COVID-19

For the City of Lake Oswego, the health and wellbeing of our community is our top priority. This includes our daily, commonly out of sight city services, like drinking water and sewer.

 

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Street Sweeper Naming Contest - 2020

City of Lake Oswego has a new Street Sweeper and it needs a name!

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Smart Water Meter Project

The City of Lake Oswego is updating outdated, manually-read water meters to a new, wireless-read technology. These smart meters support efficiencies in our water system.

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Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Project

The City of Lake Oswego is seeking a new and more efficient wastewater treatment plant to replace the existing Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (TCWTP) located in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

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Wireless Facilities Policy & Permit

As new technology emerges, the use of wireless devices and data usage has drastically increased. However, as data usage has increased, carriers are needing additional small cell wireless infrastructure to supplement service.

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Help Reduce Localized Flooding

To help reduce localized flooding, the City encourages residents to clear leaves and other debris from storm drains near their property.  Clearing leaves, limbs, and debris from the catch basins can help keep storm drains flowing at peak performance during wet weather.

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Contact Information

Maintenance and Motor Pool
503-635-0280
Maintenance Center
17601 Pilkington Rd
Lake Oswego OR 97035

Water Treatment Plant
503-635-0394
Water Conservation
503-675-3747

Upcoming Events

Transportation Advisory Board

May 14 2020

Transportation Advisory Board

Jul 9 2020

Transportation Advisory Board

Sep 10 2020

Transportation Advisory Board

Nov 19 2020

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