Online Neighborhood Meetings for Land Use Applications
Pursuant to the City Manager’s direction and Governor Brown’s COVID-19 “Safe Public Meetings and Continued Government Operations” Executive Order 20-16, the City of Lake Oswego will accept an online neighborhood meeting alternative for land use applications that require a neighborhood meeting. The online meeting option will continue to be available even as small groups are gradually allowed to meet in person. This is a temporary option and does not permanently replace any portion of the Community Development Code requirements for neighborhood meetings per LOC 50.07.003.1.f.
This web page is hosted by the City to provide a location where an applicant can post meeting materials to be viewed by the public prior to the online meeting. It is provided as a convenience only and may be discontinued when unrestricted in-person neighborhood meetings are allowed to resume. The applicant is responsible for the posted materials and for conducting the neighborhood meeting. Any questions should be directed to the applicant or contact person identified in the materials.
PA 20-0059, A Neighborhood meeting on 09/30/2020 for a 2-parcel minor partition with a flag lot at 1870 Twin Points.