The City of Lake Oswego has a council-manager form of government. The Council is composed of a Mayor and six Councilors, all elected from the City at large for a term of four years. Terms of Councilors are staggered, with three Councilors elected at each general election. The next opportunity to elect members of the City Council will be at the November 6, 2018 General Election. Find out who will be on the ballot and what measures will be referred to voters by visiting the 2018 City Council Elections information page.
Clackamas County administers and conducts all Federal, State, County, City and Special District elections in the county. Ballots will be mailed beginning October 17 and can be returned by mail, or dropped off at one of two local drop sites with no postage required. Drive up and drop off your ballot 24/7!
Lake Oswego Ballot Drop Site Locations
380 A Avenue
Upper parking lot on Fourth St. south entrance, in the turn around
14165 Bunick Drive
Parking lot adjacent to tennis courts
The Oregon Secretary of State's website offers an online voter registration form and a way to check on or update your registration. To vote in the November 6, 2018 election you must register by October 16. Voter registration forms are also available at City Hall and the library.