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2021 Pavement Management Program Map

View the locations of 2021 pavement work.



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Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer Inspection

The City is performing a routine underwater inspection of the Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer beginning after Labor Day weekend and continuing through Winter 2021/22. This work will help make sure the buoyant sewer pipeline that lies across Oswego Lake continues to serve the community reliably.

The City will be using barges to deploy divers and robotic cameras to inspect each segment of the pipeline. Boaters are asked to respect the 200-foot no-wake safety zone where work is occurring.

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North Shore Road Bridge Closed

To maintain public safety, the North Shore Road Bridge is closed to vehicular traffic until further notice. A temporary access route has been established over the bridge for people walking, rolling, and biking. 

The City recently identified structural concerns with the retaining wall near the bridge. We are investigating the conditions of the retaining wall and conducting a structural analysis over the coming months. Long-term closure may be needed. 

Please use alternative routes and keep North Shore Road for local traffic. We will keep you informed about the wall condition, updated timelines, and closure plans as we learn more.

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Lake Grove Post Office Access Change

You can no longer turn left into the Lake Grove Post Office driveway from Boones Ferry Road. Instead, continue north and make a U-turn at the newly activated Lanewood signal!

As part of the Boones Ferry Project improvements, U-turns will be permitted at all five signals in the project area.

Watch this video to learn all the details or visit the project website for the latest information. 

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Celebrating A Successful Water Partnership

June 9, 2021 marked five years since the new Lake Oswego Tigard water system started providing high-quality drinking water to almost 100,000 customers throughout Lake Oswego and Tigard!  Watch Lake Oswego Mayor Buck and Tigard Mayor Snider reflect on how important this partnership has been – and continues to be – for both communities. Let’s celebrate securing our most valuable resource for our cities’ future: investing in public health and preparing our cities for the long-term.

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Read your Water Quality Report

Your drinking water is clean and safe. Get to know your drinking water by reviewing the latest 2021 water quality report.



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