Lake Oswego water remains safe to drink and use. A regional chlorine shortage has disrupted supplies. The City is monitoring the situation and asking everyone to use water wisely and reduce usage. Learn more.
City News & Announcements
Oregon’s Risk and Protection Framework
Until Oregon can vaccinate 70% of people ages 18 and older, the state’s County Risk Level framework will remain in effect. Clackamas County Is now in Lower Risk level. For guidance on activities - and associated health and safety protocols - review the Risk Level Guidance Chart.
Lake Oswego water remains safe to drink and use.
A regional chlorine shortage has disrupted supplies. Staff have implemented measures to extend chlorine supply, while also ensuring that the water remains safe to drink.
We ask for the cooperation of customers to voluntarily reduce their indoor and outdoor water usage. Conserving voluntarily now will help minimize potential mandatory conservation.
Water conservation can go a long way to help alleviate impending shortages.
Be water wise with these tips and resources!
Your drinking water is clean and safe. Get to know your drinking water by reviewing the latest 2021 water quality report.
Read your report by June 30, 2021 and enter to win $100 off your next utility bill!
Commemorate the end of slavery with a community celebration honoring the historic day on Saturday, June 19 at 4:30 p.m. at Millennium Plaza Park.
The event includes remarks from Respond to Racism cofounder, Willie Poinsette, and a keynote from at-risk youth advocate and former director of Portland’s Office of Youth Violence Prevention, Antoinette Edwards. Festivities include performances from Conscious Ave, Randal Wyatt, Alex Addy and Julianne Johnson. Poetry will also be read by Lake Oswego School District Students.
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.
LOPD will be conducting a Pedestrian Safety Operation on Tuesday, June 22. This operation will be held on B Avenue at Second Street.
The primary focus of this operation is to raise awareness of drivers and pedestrians of pedestrian right of way laws.
Information signs will be posted the day prior to the operation advising motorists of the event.
June 9, 2021 marks five years since the new Lake Oswego Tigard water system started providing high-quality drinking water to almost 100,000 customers throughout Lake Oswego and Tigard! Watch Lake Oswego Mayor Buck and Tigard Mayor Snider reflect on how important this partnership has been – and continues to be – for both communities. Let’s celebrate securing our most valuable resource for our cities’ future: investing in public health and preparing our cities for the long-term.
City Events and Meetings
2021 Lake Oswego Farmers' Market
Jun 19 2021 - 8:30am
Jun 19 2021 - 4:30pm
Story Line Recordings
Jun 21 2021 - 8:00am
Development Review Commission
Jun 21 2021 - 7:00pm
City Council Special Meeting
Jun 22 2021 - 3:00pm
Historic Resources Advisory Board
Jun 23 2021 - 6:00pm