City News & Announcements

Test COVID-19

The City is focused on doing everything we can to slow the spread of COVID-19, this includes closing City buildings to walk-in traffic to help protect staff and the community. 

We're still working hard!  The City will continue to provide essential services - such as police and fire protection, quality drinking water, and well-maintained infrastructure - to the people of Lake Oswego.  

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Test Prescription Delivery Service

Lake Oswego Police Department kicks off pilot project to help reduce COVID-19 exposure.

Starting Monday, March 30, LOPD employees will be providing a free prescription delivery service for Lake Oswego residents 65-years-old or older or who have medical conditions that would put them at a higher risk.

This program will be in effect through the end of Governor Brown's "Stay Home, Save Lives" Executive Order. 

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Test 2020 Census

The 2020 Census is underway and the most important thing you can do is respond online, by phone, or by mail.

The Census is more than a population count, it provides a snapshot of our nation. The results will show where communities need new schools, new clinics, new roads, and more services for families, older adults, and children.

It's an opportunity to shape your community's future!

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Test Keep Using the Library!

The Lake Oswego Public Library is closed until at least April 28, 2020...
But there's still a lot to do!

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Test SW Boones Ferry Road Closing March 30

City of Portland Environmental Services is beginning construction of a new bridge on SW Boones Ferry Road where it crosses Tryon Creek. The new bridge will improve water flows by replacing an existing small culvert. 

Starting March 30 and lasting for up to seven months, SW Boones Ferry Road will be completely closed from SW Arnold to SW Comus Court.

Electronic reader boards and signage will be placed ahead of time to guide people to the recommended detour route. Flaggers will be located at the closure area to direct traffic. Please plan ahead to find alternate routes.

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Test Quality Drinking Water

The City prides itself on providing safe, quality drinking water to our customers.  You can rely on us to continue to deliver safe drinking water to your tap throughout the COVID-19 emergency.

Sourced from the Clackamas River, your drinking water goes through six stages of treatment and filtration at the state-of-the-art Lake Oswego Tigard Water Treatment Plant.

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Test Trash and Recycling Changes

Temporary Changes to Trash and Recycling Service Due to COVID-19

To help protect the health of their frontline workers, Republic Services has asked us to comply with the following trash collection changes:

  • All trash must be bagged and the bagged tied at the top.  No loose trash can be dumped into carts.
  • No Bulky Waste pickup. Everything must be contained within a cart (this can be automatically lifted into a truck without human assistance).
  • Please give your driver space and avoid contact when they are servicing your property.
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Test Critical Blood Shortage

Blood is urgently needed. We invite you to save a life and give blood!

People are encouraged to donate blood. The Red Cross has taken additional steps to ensure the safety of staff and donors at each Red Cross blood drive. 

Find a location near you and schedule your appointment today:   

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City Events and Meetings


Teen Advisory Board - CANCELED

Apr 3 2020


Apr 3 2020

Blood Drive - April 3

Apr 3 2020


Youth Leadership Council- CANCELED

Apr 2 2020

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force Meeting - CANCELED

Apr 2 2020

City Council Special Meeting

Apr 2 2020