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.
What happens in the next few weeks depends on what each of us does today. Everyone can play their part in slowing the spread of COVID-19, protecting our most vulnerable Oregonians, and making sure our health systems can handle this pandemic. What we do to practice social distancing now will save people’s lives.
We are all in this together!
News & Announcements
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. In this spirit, City Council approved the use of $250,000 for the COVID-19 Business Assistance Grant Program to help local businesses weather this crisis. We are all in this together.
Watch: A Message from Councilor Kohlhoff. Lake Oswego Councilor Theresa Kohlhoff shares a message about the importance of physical distancing and staying home during this public health crisis - giving everyone an opportunity to stay safe.
The City is focused on doing everything we can to slow the spread of COVID-19. We're still here to serve our community and provide essential services to the people of Lake Oswego.
The City and Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce are creating a list of Lake Oswego businesses that are open and providing essential services to residents during the COVID-19 crisis. Local businesses are encouraged to provide information about their services, including hours and delivery/pick-up options, as well as any need for support, using a public Google survey: https://bit.ly/2yoyHuc. The list is updated each day!
Multiple assistance options are available during this time of crisis.
- Meals On Wheels
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
- Food Pantries
- and more
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