Public Records Requests
The City Recorder’s office maintains the legislative history, documents, and public records of the city. Individuals have a right to review public records of a public entity, as provided in ORS 192.
The City of Lake Oswego has many records available and searchable at no cost. To begin your search, access our document repository.
Records not available by a website search can be requested through the City Recorder’s office. There are three different categories for request and forms, please fill out the records request form that is appropriate for your request to get the fastest possible response.
- For Police and 911 Public Records Requests complete the Police Department Records Request Form.
- For Engineering, Planning and Building services Public Records Requests complete the Engineering, Planning and Building Records Request Form.
- For all other records, complete the General Public Records Request Form.