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.

Living Well in LO: Parks & Recreation Quick Facts

Living Well in LO is a health and wellness initiative that is based on the six dimensions of wellness and Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation (LOPR) is committed to providing excellence in service and activity provision to enhance the livability of Lake Oswego.

Please see our newest activity page #LivingWellConnected

There are virtual classes, on-line activity resources, the LOPR YouTube Channel and free activity pages. Everything you need to stay up connected and have fun too!


*The City is taking precautions in effort to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and requiring six feet of distancing, wear a face covering and wash your hands frequently.

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