Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The City is committed to continuing to serve our Lake Oswego community, keeping the economy moving, and providing essential, well-maintained infrastructure to our residents.
As restrictions ease, we are committed to continuing to find innovative and creative ways to serve our community and work together to support each other.
We all play a role in keeping our community thriving. We are all in this together!
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The health, safety, and wellness of our community and staff continues to be the top priority. As we continue to serve our community and provide essential services to the people of Lake Oswego, the City will also continue to comply with the Executive Orders and will work within the Governor’s framework.
Has your building been partially or fully closed for months during the pandemic? Flush Your Pipes!
Prolonged reduced water use in buildings can allow water to sit in pipes for long periods of time. This can have a negative impact on your building’s water quality.
Flushing your water pipes is an easy way to help maintain quality by removing the older water out of the pipes and bringing fresh water in.
Lake Oswego restaurants have faced numerous challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To assist our local restaurants, in September 2020, the Lake Oswego City Council amended the City Code to allow seasonal restaurant enclosures in commercial areas.
The City has created an interactive, searchable Lake Oswego 'Open for Business' Map based on our joint Chamber and City 'Open for Business' list! More than 300 local businesses are included. Local businesses are encouraged to provide information about their services. The list and map are updated each week.
Also find assistance programs, grant opportunities, and more.
The Temporary Utility Assistance Program was established to provide individuals and families in need temporary assistance with paying their City of Lake Oswego utility bill. Funding for this voluntary, tax-deductible program will come from donations and will be administered by a non-profit selected by the City. All donations will be placed into a fund used exclusively for emergency utility assistance. Donations are tax-deductible under section 170(c)(1). To launch the program, the City will contribute $20,000 to the fund.
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