City News & Announcements
The City is looking for several volunteers to serve as at-large community representatives on the Housing Production Strategy Task Force to represent housing consumers in Lake Oswego. We are seeking community members that represent diverse backgrounds, including those who have experienced difficulty accessing housing in Lake Oswego.
Applications close September 16 at 5 p.m.
July 26th, 2022 marked the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act! To celebrate this milestone, the City has released its ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan for public review and comment.
The Plan guides the City in making Lake Oswego's facilities, programs, services, parks, and public right-of-way accessible to all. Review the draft plan and provide feedback through our online survey - now extended through the end of September! Learn more by watching the video featuring our ADA Coordinator, Kelli Byrd.
Interested in running for City Council?
In the November 8, 2022 Election, Lake Oswego voters will select three City Councilors. If you are interested in running for Council, read more or contact Kari Linder, Elections Officer, at 503-534-4225.
Filing candidacy paperwork can be done by appointment from now through August 22.
The Lake Oswego Fire Department is offering free home assessments for homes in the Wildland-Urban Interface. Assessments focus on the home ignition zone and provide recommendations on ways to protect your home from wildfire.
Recommendations may include:
- Remove flammable debris from your roof and gutters.
- Cut back tree limbs at least 10 feet from the roof line.
- Remove all combustible items from under your deck or porch.
- Plant fire-resistant plants.
- Keep grass mowed to less than 4 inches in height.
Enter your best images in the 14th Annual City of Lake Oswego Photo Contest for a chance to win! First place winners will receive a $150 gift card; second place winners a $100 gift card; and third place winners a $50 gift card.
Entries need to be submitted by 5 p.m., Wednesday, September 7.
Photos can be submitted online!
Celebrate summer with our traditional summer concerts in 2022! Concerts are free and family friendly, rain or shine. No registration required. Bring your picnic blankets and low-sand chairs to enjoy a stellar lineup of local musicians.
Join us in August for Sounds of Summer concerts on Wednesday nights at Westlake Park. Plus, join us for Sunday night concerts at Millennium Plaza Park.
See you under the summer skies!
Celebrate a warm summer evening with your family and neighbors by enjoying an outdoor movie at Millennium Plaza Park! The screen is larger than life, so bring your blankets, pillows and low sand chairs for a relaxing night under the stars. Mouthwatering popcorn and other treats are available for purchase.
End the season with a bang with our final movie of the summer at Westlake Park on Thursday, August 4.
The City of Lake Oswego is hiring for a number of positions, including: 911 Dispatcher, Communication & Sponsorship Coordinator, Electrical Inspector, and more.