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Water is Safe to Drink

Our Lake Oswego-Tigard drinking water remains safe and reliable to drink and our treatment plant remains fully functional. There are a number of small water systems in Clackamas County (Mt Hood Hwy 26 area) that issued boil water notices due to pressure losses and power outages. Click here for a list of these areas. 

Water demands in the areas closest to the Clackamas wildfires have increased dramatically. Please do your part: reduce your water use and save water for fighting fires in our region. 

For more information visit the Clackamas River Water Providers website.

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2020 Water Quality Report Now Available!

We're here for you, through every emergency. Get to know your drinking water by reviewing the 2020 water quality report. 

 

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2020 Paving Program: Construction Update

The City will be rehabilitating pavement on many streets this summer. The main area for pavement overlays will be in First Addition-Forest Hills, the neighborhood with some of our oldest streets. McVey/Stafford and Meadows Road are also being paved. 

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New LO Map - Open for Business!

Thanks to our GIS mapping gurus, we've created a new, interactive and searchable Lake Oswego 'Open for Business Map' based on our Open for Business list. This list was created to help support local businesses impacted during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 300 local businesses are included!

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Wembley Park Road Construction

The City is rehabilitating Wembley Park Road from Country Club Road to Twin Fir Road.

Work is underway and scheduled to be complete in the fall. Road closures are in place in segments - visit the project page for the latest information. 

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Boones Ferry Road Construction Continues

Construction is underway on the 2 1/2 year urban renewal project. Lanes are reduced and traffic is shifted on Boones Ferry Road between Madrona Street and Douglas Way. Instead of four lanes, there are three: one in each direction, and a center turn lane.

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Contact Information

Phone: 503-635-0270

Address:
City Hall, Third Floor
380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego

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Due to COVID-19, until further notice, The Permit Center for the Building, Planning and Engineering Departments is closed to walk-in customers. To continue to offer service in all other areas, we encourage people to: 

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