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Doing Business in Lake Oswego

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    If you have specific questions relating to your particular project or site, please contact the Planning and Building Services Department at 503-635-0270.
  • Welcome to Lake Oswego and thank you for choosing Lake Oswego for your business!  One of the requirements of operating a business within the city limits is to acquire a Lake Oswego Business License, prior to the operation of the business.
  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website
    Deciding Where to Locate Your Business The City of Lake Oswego has eight different commercial zones and two industrial zones (view Business District Map).  In addition to these base zones, certain commercial properties may be further regulated by Planned Development standards (Westlake, Mountain Park) or overlay districts (Lake Grove Village Center, West Lake Grove Design...
  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website
    Building Division If you have more questions relating to your particular project or site, please contact the Planning and Building Services Department at 503-635-0270.
  • The purpose of the Sign Code is to ensure that signs are constructed, erected, and maintained in a safe manner that does not create visual distractions, or hazards for pedestrians or motorists. It also helps our community maintain a neat, clean, orderly, and attractive appearance.
  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website
    The City of Lake Oswego is home to more than 800 home-based businesses, or Home Occupations. These occupations include:
  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website
    Lake Oswego businesses can access a wide variety of local, regional, and state business assistance resources.