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  • LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. – This summer, the City of Lake Oswego collected water samples from taps in each City-owned building, to test for the presence of lead in the water from faucets or building plumbing.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Project Summary: Public Works and Parks Maintenance Facilities:

  • Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership

    Let’s celebrate National Drinking Water Week and our unsung heroes!

    Tap water provides public health protection, fire suppression, drives our economy and supports the quality of life we enjoy.

  • Clackamas River

    In light of the unfortunate water quality issues in Flint, Michigan, the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership would like to share some information about the quality of Lake Oswego’s drinking water, which Tigard water customers will also share this summer.

  • Showing the need for stormwater management

    The City's new stormwater code and the Lake Oswego Stormwater Management Manual are now in effect. Manual files are available using the links below.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    The City of Lake Oswego Engineering Division has rolled out a "new updated" CAD Standards and Guidelines Manual.  For use by engineering professionals designing public infrastructure, these standards represent a significant revision of previous Lake Oswego CAD Standards.  The manual covers integration of...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    “The River Starts Here” is a new public education campaign being undertaken by most of the stormwater utilities in the Portland Metro area, including the City of Lake Oswego. The goal of the campaign is to help all of us recognize our role in protecting water quality, and give us some simple ideas on how we can help with...

  • City of Lake Oswego sandbags available

    The City is offering sand and bags to residents of Lake Oswego. Sand and bags are available at the Lake Oswego Skate Park, 5520 Willow Lane (at the entrance). Overhead lights will be on throughout the night so that citizens can fill the sandbags more easily. Citizens can take as many bags as necessary, but will need to fill their own...