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Our mission is to provide the citizens of Lake Oswego and surrounding areas with safe, pure, good tasting water at reasonable rates and adequate supply.
The City of Lake Oswego is required by Federal law to publish and distribute a Consumer Confidence Report (water quality report). We look forward to producing the best quality report we can and sharing our results with our customers.
During an emergency, such as a major earthquake, the City of Lake Oswego may issue a "boil water notice" until it can verify that the water is not contaminated and is safe to drink. During a "boil water notice" period, any water used for drinking or food preparation should be boiled at a full rolling boil for at least one full minute.
The City of Lake Oswego's Water Management and Conservation Plan guides the development, financing and implementation of water management and conservation programs and policies to ensure sustainable use, without waste, of publicly owned water resources while the City plans for its future water needs.