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.
May 16, 2017 Special District Election
Ballots and Voters' Pamphlets for the May 16 election have been mailed. Information about the election and an electronic copy of the pamphlet are posted on the Clackamas County Elections website.
Clackamas County administers and conducts all Federal, State, County, City and Special District elections in the county.
Convenient Ballot Box Locations
Lake Oswego Has two ballot drop box locations
City Hall - Outdoor Box
|Lake Oswego Public Library - Indoor Box
706 Fourth Street
During library hours
November 8, 2016 General Election
City of Lake Oswego residents re-elected Kent Studebaker for a second term as mayor and re-elected Skip O'Neill to a second term as councilor. Additionally, Theresa Kohlhoff and John LaMotte were elected to the council. All terms are through December 31, 2020. Other election results include:
- Measure 3-489 - passed
- Measure 3-490 - passed
- Measure 3-491 - failed
Measures are available at the supporting documents posted below. Official election results are available on the Clackamas County Elections website.
Clackamas County administers and conducts all Federal, State, County, City and Special District elections in the county
The Oregon Secretary of State's website offers an online voter registration form and a way to check on or update your registration. Voter registration forms are also available at City Hall and the library. Questions about your registration? Click here.