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Parks & Recreation Projects
Parks provide a connection to nature, create healthy communities and enhance the physical environment in which we live.
The City of Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department and the Lake Oswego School District recently completed the initial concept planning and signed a memorandum of understanding to continue the design and engineering for a new recreation center and pool. Key elements of the project include:
- Development of the recreation and aquatic center at the LO Municipal Golf Course
- A 25-yard stretch competition swimming pool
- A warm water recreation pool
- Dry activity and exercise rooms
- Cardio / weight room and gymnasium
Iron Mountain Park is an approximately 51-acre park located in the center of the City of Lake Oswego. Iron Mountain Park is larger than a local neighborhood park and integrates natural and developed features.
Park construction has begun. Iron Mt. Park will be closed during construction.
Woodmont Natural Park is a 6.8 acre park located within the City of Lake Oswego.
Park construction has begun. Woodmont Natural Park will be closed during construction. The Work consists of the renovation of Woodmont Natural Park related to landscaping, pathways, public street improvements.
November 10, 2020 - Roehr Park is now open to the public! Please visit our newly improved park to enjoy the beautiful views as you stroll the riverfront along the Willamette River.
The pathway project will improve access to trails by regrading and replacing 1600 lineal feet of asphalt paved trail in addition to:
- Removal of three small wood bridges and construction of one new pre-fab wood bridge;
- Culvert installations; and
- Improved signage and landscaping.