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As you drive through Lake Oswego and you see a property with high grass and overgrown shrubs, you may have questions on what to do. Here are some answers.
AEDs can be found at the following locations. Please note that these are only available during business hours.
The Armed Forces Banner Program was initiated by the City of Lake Oswego to honor and recognize Lake Oswego’s military personnel.
Please print these forms, fill them out and return them to our Alarm Coordinator for consideration of an alarm permit.
This valuable list will provide babysitter's with a list of important phone numbers and contacts.
Block Parties will be allowed once Clackamas County enters Phase 2 with physical distancing restrictions.
What is a Block Party?
A "Block Party" is a gathering organized by residents of the neighborhood abutting the street to be closed, for their enjoyment.
If you are a merchant and have received a forged check returned to you from the bank, the Lake Oswego Police Department requires that you present the original check with the Affidavit of Forgery completed by the account holder, as well as the employee who completed the transaction with the suspect. When this information is available, download the Business Check Report Packet from this site.
As dog owners, we need to be aware of the affect our pets can have on our neighbor’s lives as well as our own. As neighbors, we need to understand that dogs do bark and that some barking is “reasonable” under the City Codes.