City News & Announcements
Need a place to cool off? The LO Public Library is set up to be a cooling center. LOPL will be open regular hours: Monday-Thursday from 10am-7pm; Friday-Saturday from 10am-5pm; and Sunday from 1-5pm. Chilled water will also be available all day.
City Hall is also open 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
Remember, never leave a child, adult, or animal inside a vehicle and check on your neighbors who may be impacted by this extreme heat.
Read more for safety and cooling tips.
Pavement rehabilitation and patching is starting soon on some city streets and will continue through early fall. Pavement rehabilitation will occur on:
- Bryant Road (between Jean Road and Canal Woods)
- Overlook Drive (between Westview Drive and Tree Top Lane)
- Melrose Street (between Fosberg Road and Peters Road)
- Lake Shore Road loop
Additional streets will receive major spot patching repairs.
Watch for signage and be cautious around work areas.
The Lake Oswego Swim Park, located at 250 Ridgeway Road, is open daily from 1-6 p.m. (weather permitting) through August 29.
The park features: Certified lifeguards on duty; diving platforms, inner tubes, lounge chairs, picnic tables, various water toys, and a limited number of life jackets.
- Proof of LO residency with photo ID
- Guests must be accompanied by LO resident
- Children ages 11 and under must be accompanied by an individual 16 years or older
- On-Site staff has the authority to put capacity limits on the number of patrons allowed in the Swim Park and to instill a time limit of 2 hours
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.
Carpool cinema is back! Join us this weekend at Luscher Farm with Raya and the Last Dragon on July 30 and Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark on July 31.
Register today and enjoy a night under the stars!
National Night Out is Tuesday, August 3 - get to know your neighbors!
National Night Out is a nationwide initiative to promote public safety and community partnerships. It's a night when neighborhoods all across the city come together for barbeques, potlucks, and ice cream socials.
Take this opportunity to get to know your neighbors, have some fun, and meet first responders.
Here are just a few neighborhood parties happening on August 3...
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.
The City Council is considering a referendum asking voters to establish additional protections for our parks and natural spaces while preserving the City’s ability to adapt to the changing needs of our community and environment.
Thank you to everyone to participated in the public outreach! The City Council will decide whether to move forward with a measure during the August 3 City Council meeting.
City Events and Meetings
HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)
Jul 30 2021 - 9:00am
2021 Flicks at the Farm: Raya and the Last Dragon
Jul 30 2021 - 7:30pm
2021 Lake Oswego Farmers' Market
Jul 31 2021 - 8:30am
Development Review Commission-CANCELED
Aug 2 2021 - 7:00pm
City Council and Redevelopment Agency Meeting
Aug 3 2021 - 2:00pm
Aug 9 2021 - 6:30pm