Citizen Information Specialist
Public Affairs and the Public Information Office are located in Lake Oswego City Hall on the 2nd floor.
This is an annual contest sponsored by the Oregon Mayors Association (OMA) where students in grades 4-12 from all over Oregon share their creative and inspirational ideas of what their city would look like if they were mayor.
Enter your best images in the 16th Annual City of Lake Oswego Photo Contest for a chance to win! First place winners will receive a $150 gift card; second place winners a $100 gift card; and third place winners a $50 gift card.
Entries need to be submitted by 5 p.m., Tuesday, September 10, 2024.
Submit your photos online!
HelloLO is the official City of Lake Oswego newsletter. It is mailed every month to all households and businesses within City limits. To receive the newsletter by email, please check the HelloLO box at our e-news subscription page.
Lake Oswego is a community rich with art, culture, historical resources, quality schools, vibrant business districts, and an abundance of activities and events for all ages. In the City's Services & Activity Guide, you will find information about these wonderful features and the wealth of services and programs offered by the City of Lake Oswego and its community partners.
For 21 years the City has recognized people in Lake Oswego who best exemplified selfless community service. These are the people that work behind the scenes - without receiving pay or recognition - that make Lake Oswego such a wonderful place to live and raise our families.
This year we are excited to recognize another group of outstanding community members as our 2022 “Unsung Heroes.”
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