News & Announcements
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.
Public Alerts - Emergency Notification
Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving you as little as one or two minutes to escape safely once the alarm sounds.
The Lake Oswego Fire Department is taking the COVID-19 threat very seriously. We are proactively taking steps to ensure our workforce is healthy and that we are continuing to provide the highest level of emergency response to the communities we serve. We are working collaboratively with our reg