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Connecting the World Through Public Works

Public Works professionals operate at the heart of our community to connect us all through infrastructure and service. Join us May 21-27 for National Public Works Week, as we go behind-the-scenes in a video series and showcase some of our unsung heroes working in Public Works in Lake Oswego! 

Covering everything from Geographic Information Systems and Engineering, to City Beautification and Surface, Wastewater and Water Systems, these seven public works professionals will be sharing their stories about their favorite and least favorite aspects of public works, unique elements of working in Lake Oswego, and things they would love the public to know more about!  Follow along on the City's Social Media accounts or YouTube throughout the week! 

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Celebrate Drinking Water Week May 7-13!

May 7 – 13 is Drinking Water Week, a celebration recognizing the vital role water plays in everyday life for both water professionals and the communities they serve. This week, meet some of our dedicated water professionals, who work behind-the-scenes around the clock, to ensure the Lake Oswego community enjoys nature's most precious resource. No matter the weather or the emergency, these hardworking professionals brave the elements to maintain all the infrastructure needed to ensure high-quality drinking water is there when you need it! 

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McVey/Stafford Corridor Vision Study

The McVey Avenue/Stafford Road Corridor Vision Study aims to identify potential street improvements to efficiently move people through this busy corridor and improve the safety for all users. Based on the 325 comments we received from our first online open house, our team developed some preliminary concepts for your review and input at our second online open house. Thank you for your feedback! We are incorporating this additional feedback into developing a Concept Development Report to present to City Council later this year.  


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North Shore Road Bridge - Open to All Traffic!

Great news! The North Shore Road bridge is back open to all traffic - including people walking, rolling, riding, and driving! 

Thank you for your patience and understanding while the bridge and roadway were closed for a long duration to enable the emergency work. We are so pleased to have the retaining walls now replaced and the bridge back open and safe for all users! 

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Proposed New Wastewater Treatment Facility

Lake Oswego, with Portland's support, is proposing to build a new, state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility to replace the aging Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.

For more details on the project, or to sign-up for e-news, visit the project website. 

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Safety Concern Form

We want your help in making community streets a safer and more comfortable place. While staff work diligently on addressing issues that are spotted, we understand that we can’t catch everything. 

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Phone: 503-635-0270
Fax: 503-635-0269

2nd Floor City Hall, 380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR  97034

Mailing Address:
PO Box 369, Lake Oswego, OR  97034

Walk in Customer Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.

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