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Seasonal Activity Guides
Parks & Recreation produces seasonal catalogs that provide the most up-to-date information about classes and activities, special events and camps. Registration for residents of Lake Oswego begins the Monday after you receive the catalog. Lake Oswego residents receive priority placement in classes and activities. Residents know immediately if they are accepted into a class or placed on a wait list. Non-resident registrations are accepted, but held on separate wait lists for about one week and then processed on a first registered basis. VIEW THE CURRENT LOPR ACTIVITIES GUIDE >>
You can have a copy of the current catalog mailed to you by calling the Registrar at 503-675-2549. In addition to the published catalog, you can find all our classes and activities on the Online Registration website.
Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation is committed to serving the needs of all Lake Oswego City residents. Through the Scholarship Program and a dedication to social equity, we are working toward removing barriers to participation and ensure that more Lake Oswego residents have access to programs, and recreational opportunities. If you cannot afford typical program fees, this program may help. To apply for a scholarship, or get more information, visit here.
Specialized Recreation Programs (All Ages) and Inclusion Program
Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation promotes inclusion and equity to enhance the quality of life for our residents, including those who may experience disabilities or specific needs. If you or your child require accommodations to participate in LOPR programs, please contact Recreation Supervisor Cydny Fletcher, email@example.com to discuss how we can best support you.
Please note that inclusion services like inclusion support personnel are provided to Lake Oswego residents only, however, reasonable accommodation request can be made by anyone utilizing City facilities, parks and activities. For an accommodation request outside of LOPR programs, please visit our ADA Accommodation Request page here.