City News & Announcements
New Statewide Mask Requirements
As of August 13, masks are required to be worn in all indoor public settings. Effective Friday, August 27, masks will be required - regardless of vaccination status - in most public outdoor settings, including large outdoor events, where physical distancing is not possible.
The City will be celebrating the completion of the new City Hall and civic plaza on Tuesday, September 21, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Festivities will include:
- Ribbon-cutting ceremony (6 p.m.)
- Building tours
- Live music, games & activities
- Touch-a-Truck (fire, police, etc.)
- Food trucks
- Free ice cream / shaved ice
- Time capsule display
- Atrium art sneak peak (by Artist Lillian Pitt)
- Historic Then and Now exhibit (by the Oswego Heritage Council)
- New Sculptures, Docent Tours, People’s Choice Dedication, ARTspace Exhibition
- Booktique 20% sale
Please note, the City will be following all state COVID-19 guidelines, including wearing masks in all public indoor and outdoor settings.
The City is performing a routine underwater inspection of the Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer beginning after Labor Day weekend and continuing through Winter 2021/22. This work will help make sure the buoyant sewer pipeline that lies across Oswego Lake continues to serve the community reliably.
The City will be using barges to deploy divers and robotic cameras to inspect each segment of the pipeline. Boaters are asked to respect the 200-foot no-wake safety zone where work is occurring.
The Lake Oswego Public Library is collaborating with Respond to Racism, LO for Love, and the LO School District on activities for Hispanic Heritage Month. Print a passport of different activities that you can do to learn about and celebrate Hispanic heritage this month and all year long.
City Council President Daniel Nguyen withdraws relocation resignation effective immediately.
“After the recent passing of my father, I have decided to withdraw my resignation from City Council and continue to live in Lake Oswego. When I made the decision to relocate my family last month, I had a dream of living in a multi-generational household alongside my parents. Since the passing of my father, I have reevaluated what is best for our family at this time and we will not be moving,” Council President Nguyen said.
Council President Nguyen will continue to serve out his current term, expiring December 2022. The City will be cancelling the Council vacancy process immediately.
Pavement rehabilitation and patching is underway on some city streets and will continue through early fall.
Coming soon - A final layer of new pavement will be placed on both Overlook Drive and Melrose Street shortly after Labor Day.
Kids will be back in school, so please be cautious and allow time for expected travel delays. Message boards will be posted a few days before work begins.
Watch for signage and follow directions from flaggers to help keep everyone safe.
Join us Sunday, September 26, for the 31st Annual Mayor’s Championship & Hole-in-One Shootout.
This 4-Player Team Scramble includes 18 holes plus putting contest. Also included is a catered lunch by LV's 19th Hole, tee gifts, raffle, mulligans. $10,000 hole in one prize on 9th hole.
Additional proceeds benefit Folds of Honor Foundation.
Heroes walk among us daily and we want to recognize and show appreciation to those who are deserving.
If you know someone or a group, who was a hero long-term or short term, please take a moment to submit your story, we want to know!
Deadline to nominate your Unsung Hero is Friday, November 12.
City Events and Meetings
Sep 22 2021 - 10:00am
Mighty-Hawks Soccer - Skyhawks
Sep 22 2021 - 3:45pm
Sep 22 2021 - 4:45pm
50+ Advisory Board Meeting
Sep 24 2021 - 10:00am
Sep 27 2021 - 6:30pm
City Council Special Meeting
Sep 28 2021 - 3:00pm