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Lake Oswego’s electronic newsletter, LO Down, is published twice a month and highlights City Council actions, significant projects, citizen engagement opportunities, breaking news and other upcoming community activities and events.
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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. The
Each year the City releases a highly-popular Dog Calendar.
In addition to featuring adorable dogs, this calendar gives you the opportunity to meet some of the staff who provide you stellar City service. Plus, it includes loads of helpful information including places of interest, events in LO, City contacts and more.
In the pages of the Annual Report, you will learn more about the characteristics that make Lake Oswego such a wonderful community, whether you live here, work here or both. In addition, you will learn about the City's efforts and activities to accomplish City Council goals and to provide an unparalleled quality of City services.
Results of the community survey were presented to City Council on January 18th. Thank you for sharing your experiences and insights with the city to help make a more healthy, safe, equitable and resilient Lake Oswego.
Survey results showed perceptions of Lake Oswego were among the highest compared to other local municipalities surveyed nationwide. 97% of residents rated the overall quality of life in Lake Oswego as excellent or good, and 96% of survey respondents view the City as an excellent or good place to live. Major City services also received high rates of satisfaction.
Survey results also showed efforts to promote equity in the community, quality of public safety, and efforts towards sustainability and responding to climate change as services that should receive more emphasis over the next two years.
Check out all the results!