City News & Announcements
In May, Lake Oswego voters approved a parks and open spaces bond measure authorizing the City to issue general obligation bonds totaling $30 million.
The Parks Board is conducting a series of outreach activities to learn from LO residents about how to best invest the monies.
Please share your thoughts:
- Thursday, June 20 - Community Forum
- Online Survey - Available June 12-21
The new City Hall project is moving forward!
Early site work is expected to begin in June, including demolition of 320 and 366 A Ave (buildings east of the existing city hall), excavation, shoring, foundation, utility improvements and tree removal.
The new City Hall will provide a seismically safe, energy efficient and better functioning building for the community. It will include space for the Police Department and our 9-1-1 dispatch center (LOCOM), as well as public meeting places. It will also provide storefront space for the Lake Oswego Arts Council, and for the Friends of the Library’s “Booktique.”
Construction on this complex roadway and utility project will be ramping up throughout June. Expect intermittent lane closures June 28-29 during tree removal. Starting in late June, instead of four lanes between Bryant and Madrona, there will be three: one lane in each direction plus a center turn lane. Access to businesses will remain open - follow the blue cones and signage!
Photos can be submitted online!
Enter your best images in the 11th Annual City of Lake Oswego Photo Contest for a chance to win! First place winners will receive a $100 gift card; second place winners a $50 gift card; and third place winners a $25 gift card.
Entries need to be submitted by 5 p.m., Monday, September 9.
Discover the region's finest products at the Lake Oswego Farmers' Market - superior produce, meats, nuts, cheeses, artisan breads, jams, jellies, baked goods, fresh seafood, nursery items, hot foods, and more!
The Market also features live music from 10:30am-12:30pm each week and a Kids' Corner for youngsters.
Saturdays, 8:30am-1:30pm, through October 12
Millennium Plaza Park, 200 First Street
Join Friends of Luscher Farm for the annual Twilight on the Farm dinner, Saturday, September 7 from 5-9 p.m at 125 Rosemont Rd.
Enjoy an evening strolling the backfields and historic barn and dining from seasonally inspired farm to table menu created by Chef Pascal Chureau of Field and Vine. The evening begins with local wines, brews and appetizers to be followed by a family style dinner, dessert by On A Whim Studios and live music (provided by the Dryland Farmers Band) and dancing in the barn. Many of the ingredients for the meal are graciously provided by 47th Ave Farm, grown just 100 meters from the barn.
Crews are preparing for the next stage of paving activities. Through early July, travel lanes will be shifting frequently in the project corridor and on some side streets. Iron Mtn. Blvd. will be closed at Six Corners intersection. Please use Chandler Road as the detour. Watch for traffic changes, follow flaggers' directions and drive cautiously!
City Events and Meetings
FootGolf League Registration
Jun 26 2019 - 8:00am
Doubles Cornhole League Registration
Jun 26 2019 - 8:00am
Run4Fun: Girl's Running Club
Jun 26 2019 - 9:00am
50+ Advisory Board Meeting
Jun 28 2019 - 10:00am
Development Review Commission
Jul 1 2019 - 7:00pm
Jul 2 2019 - 6:30pm