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McVey/Stafford Corridor Vision Study

Do you travel through and along McVey Avenue and Stafford Road in Lake Oswego? How can we make it easier for you to get where you need to go? 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 roadway users, including those walking, rolling, and riding.

From October 12 to October 28, visit our online open house and share your thoughts using our interactive map! To kick off the open house, we will be hosting a virtual presentation from 6-7:30 p.m. on October 12 to discuss preliminary findings and outline the mapping tool. 

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North Shore Road Bridge Construction Starts Mid-October

Starting the week of October 17, North Shore Road bridge and roadway will be closed to ALL traffic 24/7, through early spring - this includes people walking, rolling, riding, driving and boating. This area will be an active work zone and unsafe for the public to access during construction of the retaining walls. Lakewood Bay will be partially lowered to create a safe and dry work area. Please remove or store boats on lifts before October 17. 

Please obey closure signage and find alternate routes. Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

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2022 Pathways Program

We are proposing several new pathways to connect neighborhoods with local elementary schools and parks on the following streets: Boca Ratan Drive, Douglas Way, Hallinan Street, and Lanewood/Douglas Circle. 

Pathway concepts are available! Thank you for sharing your feedback through our in-person meetings and online questionnaires. On September 22, the team will present to the Transportation Advisory Board. 

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Proposed Street Maintenance Fee Increase

The City Council is proposing to increase the Street Maintenance Fee (SMF) to provide additional funding for roadway infrastructure improvements that would improve walkability and accessibility, and provide safer access to neighborhoods, schools, business districts, and recreation areas. 

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Celebrate the ADA - Share Your Feedback on our Draft Transition Plan

The City has released its ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan for public review and comment. The Plan guides the City in making Lake Oswego's facilities, programs, services, parks, and public right-of-way accessible to all.

Review the draft plan and provide feedback through our online survey through September 30. Learn more by watching the video featuring our ADA Coordinator, Kelli Byrd.  

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State Street Sewer Project

Night construction is under way on a new major sewer pipeline on State Street between Foothills Road and Northshore Road. To minimize impacts to the traveling public, this work is taking place between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. Please expect delays and plan extra travel time during work hours.

Construction is expected to be complete in early fall 2022. 

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Contact Information

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

Location:
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.

Water Treatment Plant
503-635-0394

Upcoming Events

McVey/Stafford Corridor Vision Study Online Open House

Oct 12 2022 - 6:00pm

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