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Rassekh Park Development
The City is designing a new sports field.
The City of Lake Oswego is designing a new multi-sports field and play area on part of the site of Rassekh Park.
Public outreach conducted in June 2019 identified athletic fields as a high priority to be funded with the parks bond money. Read about the outreach efforts.
The park will include a multi-sports field and a play area. More information will become available as the design process moves on.
What we are doing now
The design process is starting. The first things we will look is traffic and the wetland. We’ll give the community updates and ask for more feedback as we make progress on the design. Check this website for more information on surveys, meetings and opportunities to join the conversation.
The design process is expected to run through spring 2022. When we’re done, we’ll submit documents and drawings for permitting, bidding, and then construction. Construction is expected to begin Summer 2022.
Rassekh Park Website
To find out more about the project visit the Rassekh Park Website
April 2021: Please take the first survey for Rassekh Park. The survey will be open until April 25.
April 2021: Visit the Rassekh Park website
February 2021: The contract for architectural and engineering services has been signed. The design will now progress.
January 2021: The request for proposals is now closed and the contract for architectural and engineering services is being worked out. When the schedule for design and public engagement has been created, updates will be posted on ways the public can get involved.
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