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Recreation and Aquatics Center
Please take a few minutes to take the Recreational Pool Survey. The recreational pool is only one part of the recreation and aquatics center. The survey is the first of a number of methods we will use to gather input on the design of the Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatics Center.
Click HERE to fill out the survey by January 31, 2021.
The City of Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department and the Lake Oswego School District did an 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 aquatics 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
- Parks and Recreation Department classrooms & office
The Golf Course reconstruction project will also coincide with the Recreation and Aquatics Center project.
The design is underway. Throughout the design process there will be many ways to get involved and share your ideas. Opportunities will include: community meetings, an online open house, surveys, and more!
The Project Advisory Committee will contribute expertise and insight into the design process for the Recreation and Aquatics Center Project. Working with the Design Team the PAC will insure public input is reflected in the design and related decisions during the design process. The PAC includes 3 members of the Parks, Recreation and Natural Resource Advisory Board, 1 school board member, 1 city council member and 7 community members. The PAC will meet approximately 5 times through Autumn 2021.
January 15, 2021: Please take a few minutes to take the Recreational Pool Survey. The recreational pool is only one part of the recreation and aquatics center. The survey is the first of a number of methods we will use to gather input on the design of the Lake Oswego Recreation and Aquatics Center. Click HERE to fill out the survey by January 31, 2021.
January 7 2021: The PAC will hold their first meeting via Zoom on January 14, 2021 at 6:00pm. To view this meeting please use the link in the Notices section on the right side. Any questions please email Jenny Anderson email@example.com Opportunity for public input will be requested through surveys, and attendance to online community and neighborhood meetings. Please stay tuned for updates on meeting dates and ways to get involved.
December 2020: The PAC has been selected for the project. We are in the process of finalizing the public engagement schedule, so stay tuned for ways to provide input and get involved.
November 2020: The PAC application process has closed and representatives from the LO School District and LO Parks & Recreation are in process of reviewing the applications.
October 2020: The City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department has acquired the services of Scott Edwards Architecture LLP and are currently in the preliminary design phase for the Recreation & Aquatic Center.
Bruce Powers, RLA
Park Analyst / Project Manager
Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation
17525 Stafford Road
P.O. Box 369
Lake Oswego, OR 97034