City News & Announcements
Coronavirus News & Updates
The health, safety, and wellness of our community is a top priority. The City will continue to comply with Executive Orders and will work within the Governor’s framework for rebuilding a safe and strong Oregon.
We remain committed to finding innovative and creative ways to serve our community.
Read about the Governor's Reopening Framework, local assistance programs, and more.
The recent ice storm caused significant damage throughout the city. City crews continue to remove dangerous debris. Please be aware that many parks and open space areas remain closed due to hazardous conditions.
City of Lake Oswego Debris Days
Both site drop boxes are FULL - LOHS & Lakeridge events are closed for March 6th.
Read more for updates on debris collection, park closures and other news.
In alignment with Lake Oswego City Council’s initiatives for 2021, the City is engaging in a dialog about community policing this spring.
The City invites you to share your insights to ensure all people in our community feel safe. Your participation in this dialog will inform future recommendations that will help the City evaluate existing policing systems, policies, and practices to ensure equitable enforcement outcomes for all in Lake Oswego.
Please read more for upcoming events and ways to get involved.
The City is currently accepting applications from non-profit organizations that wish to apply for financial assistance under the categories of special services, and social and cultural grants.
Applications are due by 5 p.m., Monday, March 15.
Read more for an application and policy guidelines or contact the Finance Department at 503-635-0263.
We are pleased to announce that Iron Mountain Park is open!
Check out the new nature play features which include a slide and sand table. You'll also find restrooms, drinking fountain and picnic tables. Take time to meander through the new pathways to explore the improved native habitat then connect to the existing trail system.
The park is located at 2401 Iron Mountain Road.
The City is delighted to unveil a pilot farmers market in Lake Grove!
The Lake Grove Farmers’ Market begins March 7 and will continue through April 25 on Sundays from 1-5 p.m.
Located on Hallmark Drive (between Mercantile Drive & Collins Way), this small-scale market will feature 15-20 weekly vendors. Customers can expect to find fresh produce, flowers, meats, seafoods, rotating value-added products, hot foods and more.
Effective February 26 through March 11.
Governor Brown announced updates to county risk levels under the state's new public health framework to reduce transmission and protect Oregonians from COVID-19. The framework uses four different risk levels for counties based on COVID-19 spread and assigns health and safety measures for each level.
Clackamas and Washington Counties will move to the moderate risk category. Multnomah County remains in the High Risk level.
Read more about which activities will be allowed, with health and safety protocols in place.
Until March 29, Oregon will continue to vaccinate only Oregon seniors (age 65 and older), educators, adults in custody, and any individuals eligible in Phase 1a still remaining.
Beginning March 29, the following groups will be eligible for vaccination:
- Adults age 45 to 64 with underlying health conditions
- Seasonally-impacted frontline workers
- Currently displaced victims of the wildfires
- Wildland firefighters
- People living in low-income and congregate senior housing
- Individuals experiencing houselessness
Get the latest information - who can get a vaccine, when and where.
City Events and Meetings
VIRTUAL Cardio & Strength
Mar 8 2021 - 9:00am
Introduction to Birding- Virtual
Mar 8 2021 - 9:00am
Mar 8 2021 - 9:30am
Mar 8 2021 - 6:30pm
City Council Special Meeting - Virtual Lake Oswego Community Policing Kickoff
Mar 9 2021 - 5:30pm
Historic Resources Advisory Board
Mar 10 2021 - 6:00pm