City News & Announcements

Test City Proposed Ballot Measure 3-575

The Lake Oswego City Council has referred proposed ballot measure 3-575 to voters for the November 2 election.

Proposed ballot measure 3-575 would allow additional protections for an identified list of parks and natural spaces, including prohibiting construction of new athletic facilities, commercial logging, construction of new public streets and roads, and construction or installation of new telecommunications facilities in designated Natural Areas. The proposed measure would allow the City to address issues the community has identified, including maintenance and upkeep, accessibility for people of various abilities, preparing for climate change, and fire prevention measures.

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Test Lake Oswego Recreation & Aquatic Center Community Meeting 2

The City is planning a new Recreation and Aquatic Center on the Municipal Golf Course property at 17525 Stafford Road. The project team has updated the design to reflect the community’s desire for a larger facility and direction from City Council.

For project update and to view the latest conceptual designs, please attend the second community meeting on Wednesday, November 10, from 6-8 p.m. This meeting will be held using Zoom. 

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Test North Shore Road Bridge Closure

During a July 2021 inspection, the City discovered cracks and movement in the retaining wall on the east side of the northern approach to the North Shore Road Bridge, which supports the approaching roadway. In October, the design team will begin performing detailed testing and analysis of the retaining wall and surrounding area to determine the extent of the defects. 

To maintain safety, the bridge and roadway remain closed to vehicular traffic until the structural analysis and any recommended repairs are completed. At this preliminary stage, we are hoping to reopen the bridge in spring 2022, however this is subject to change.

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Test 8 Days of Kindness

Each year, in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, New Seasons Market holds an all-stores fundraiser to raise money for organizations that provide meals to seniors and help fight food insecurity and isolation in our neighborhoods.

Join us this year for "8 Days of Kindness" and support the Lake Oswego Meals-on-Wheels (LOMOW) program.

From November 17-24 stop by the New Seasons Market in Mtn. Park to pick up your Thanksgiving necessities. Then, once your shopping is done, simply donate at the register to support LOMOW. 

Everyone's holidays will be brighter celebrating 8 Days of Kindness!

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Test Stewardship Opportunities

Lake Oswego works with volunteer Friends Groups to help keep our parks and open spaces healthy and beautiful. Join us to protect and restore natural areas in our community!

Up next:

  • Springbrook Park - Saturday, November 6, 9-11am
  • Freepons Park - Sunday, November 7, 10am-12pm
  • Southwood Park - Saturday, November 13, 10am-12pm
  • Iron Mtn. Park- Sunday, November 21, 1-3pm 
  • West Waluga Park - Saturday, December 4, 9-11am 
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Test Ballot Box Locations

The City of Lake Oswego has two convenient ballot drop sites for voters:

  • City Hall, 380 A Avenue - located on the upper parking lot near the main (A Avenue) entrance. 
  • Westlake Park, 14165 Bunick Drive - located south of the covered park area on the lane that connects to Melrose Street.

Both ballot boxes are located outdoors, are available 24/7, and allow you to cast your vote from the comfort of the driver’s seat of your car. 

Ballot boxes will remain open until 8 p.m. on Elections day. 

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Test Unsung Heroes

Heroes walk among us daily and we want to recognize and show appreciation to those who are deserving. 

If you know someone or a group, who was a hero long-term or short term, please take a moment to submit your story, we want to know!

Deadline to nominate your Unsung Hero is Friday, November 12.  

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Test Community Survey

In November, the City will be conducting a community survey. The goal of the 2021 community survey is to:

  • Measure general attitude of residents toward City services and programs
  • Determine residents’ priorities and areas of concern
  • Receive feedback on key policy issues
  • Measure City’s progress towards other cities benchmarks

The survey will be mailed to a limited number of households selected at random. In addition, the survey will be available to all community members online.

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City Events and Meetings


Jedi Engineering with LEGO Materials

Oct 28 2021 - 9:00am

Tiger Tots Martial Arts

Oct 28 2021 - 9:30am

Little Puddle Stompers

Oct 28 2021 - 9:30am


Budget Committee

Oct 28 2021 - 6:00pm

Development Review Commission

Nov 1 2021 - 7:00pm

City Council and Redevelopment Agency Meeting

Nov 2 2021 - 5:30pm