Lake Oswego Police Department

  • Agency: Lake Oswego Police Department
  • Address: 380 A Ave, Lake Oswego, 97034 OR
  • Chief: Daniel Duncan (Chief of Police)
Phone: 503-635-0250

Lake Oswego Police Department is located at 380 A Ave, Lake Oswego, 97034 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel Duncan. The Lake Oswego Police Department phone number is 503-635-0250.

Lake Oswego Police Department News

Strength training is a key component of physical wellness and living an active lifestyle. LOPR offers a variety of affordable strength training information sessions classes for adults of all ages and fitness levels like their Cycle & Strength class, Strength Training class and Building Strength Health Chat on November 15th. There are still openings available for Strength Training Monday's at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center! Click below to register,

Be transported to the early days of 1930s jazz at our 2017 Jingle & Swing Holiday Concert happening Saturday December 16th at 7pm at Lakeridge High School! Tickets will sell out so gets yours today at! All proceeds to benefit the LO Adult Community Center.

Good Morning LO! Love this foggy morning captured by @attorney featuring a photobombing bird 👍

Traffic Reminder - brief lane closures on D Avenue 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. starting tomorrow 11/7 through 11/10

LODown is now available! Find out what's happening at tomorrow's Council meeting, plus other events/projects.

Getting ready for the holiday festivities - mark your calendar for November 24!

Did you know that LOPR offers a variety of seated/chair based fitness classes for those who might need a little help yet want to exercise and improve physical self-care? Gentle Chair Yoga and Tai Chi from a Chair are 2 of these types of classes starting this week at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center! Tag a friend or family member who is looking for a safe, low impact way to improve their fitness! For more details or to register visit

Colorful LO sky by @lgordonsf 👏

LOPR is hosting a Veterans Tribute Luncheon this Thursday at Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. Help us spread the word about this opportunity to honor those who have served our country: Tag a friend or family member who is an LO Veteran. To reserve your spot for this luncheon please contact the ACC by calling 503.699.7462. Thanks to our event sponsors MINI of Portland, Legacy-GoHealth Urgent Care and Landmark Ford Lincoln.

Beautiful LO sunset captured earlier this week on Halloween night by @ryttallin. Hope you're having a good Friday night in LO tonight!

Looking to improve your tennis game? Register for one of four LOPR's One Night Tennis Clinic for adults/advanced hitters happening this month! The first clinic is next Tuesday November 7th from 8:30-10pm, with addition clinics available on the 14th, 21st and 28th. Hurry! Spots won't last long for this popular $20 fast pace clinic!

Stunning fall LO sunset captured by @premishiv 👏😻

REMINDER: Today is the last day to register for LOPR's High School City League Basketball! League divisions include girls in grades 9-12, ⛹🏻‍♀️boys in grades 9-10 and 11-12 ⛹🏽. The league includes 8 regular season games plus a single elimination tournament. Managers must create the team first before players can register; minimum of 8 players must be registered by today, 11/2. For more details go to

Brief lane closures on D Avenue, between State - Tenth Streets next week - watch for flaggers!

Join us as we honor those who have served our country with a Veterans Tribute luncheon! The luncheon includes a Presentation of Colors by the Lake Oswego Police Honor Guard, the musical talents of Craig Bindondo on the piano, a performance of the National Anthem from Sgt. Tom Hamann, and members of the Lake Oswego Veterans Memorial. Reservations are required to participate ($5). Veterans meals are complimentary. Please call the Adult Community Center at 503-699-7462 to RSVP. Thanks to our event sponsors: -- Mini Cooper of Portland -- Legacy Go Health Urgent Care -- Tigard's Landmark Ford

Feeling not as Smart as your Smartphone? Get free one-on-one help! On Saturday, November 4, from 2-4 p.m., bring in your device and get excellent assistance of INTERACT Teens, an arm of Lake Oswego Rotary. These savvy teens will help you get your electronic life back in order, with backup help from some great adults. Stop by the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Avenue - no question too small! For more information, call Ann Adrian at 503-635-3758.

A legacy securing our most valuable resource - safe, clean, reliable drinking water. Thanks to our partner, the City of Tigard, Oregon. Long live the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership!

Such a beautiful sunset in LO! Thanks @heidikyates for the stunning photo!

Join Lake Oswego's Youth Action Council for their second "Off the Record: A Dialog Between Generations' event featuring stories and discussions led by Lake Oswego's most interesting citizens! From art, fashion, music, technology, social activism, to military service, these fascinating storytellers will shed a light on the cultural aspects and human experiences that connect all of us, regardless of age. FREE. Food & refreshment provided. Open to all ages. For more information visit:

A legacy securing our most valuable resource - safe, clean, reliable drinking water! Check out this video of our historic Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership project

The November 2017 HelloLO Newsletter is now available online! Articles include: • Celebrate New Maintenance Center - Open House • Free one-on-one help! (Smartphones, Tablets, etc) • 2018 Canine (K9) Calendar • Partnership Celebrates Water Project Completion • Unsung Heros • Help Reduce Localized Flooding (organize a leaf collection event) • Recipe for Fire-Safe Cooking • Brighten the Holidays – donation Opportunities • Property Tax Bills Have Arrived • Be Seen. Be Safe. • Stewardship Opportunities • Wanted: Unique Collections • Board & Commission Vacancies • Hazelia Agri-Cultural Heritage Trail Video • Photo Contest Winners • Get up-to-the-minute weather • Streetlight Out? • Holiday Events Inserts: • Preparedness Guide • Library Enjoy!

Anyone up for a walk in a LO Park and jumping in some leaves? Photo by @chillinchurro

Happy November LO! The new month means some changes to our schedules - like turning our clocks back this Sunday for Daylight savings and winter hours and rates for the Lake Oswego Public Golf Course starting today. Play 9 holes for $10 Monday-Friday ($13 on the weekends) or 18 holes for $17 ($20 on weekends). And the public course and practice range is now open 9am-6pm! For more details go to

TOMORROW NIGHT - Civic Center Community Forum. The design team for the new Lake Oswego City Hall and Police Facility is hosting another community forum to gather input on the preferred site plan and building massing options (such as heights, facades, articulation, and roof forms opportunities) for the new civic center. Please join us Thursday, November 2, 6-8 p.m., at City Hall Council Chambers, 380 A Avenue.

TODAY from 3-6pm: Pal-O-Ween - An Indoor Trick-or-Treat Spooktacular! Don't miss the fun at Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Palisades! Show off your costume and come by to say "Hi!" to the Parks & Rec Team, do crafts, family friendly activities and more!