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
Fax:

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

Help us find the stewardship gnomes in nature! Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Stewardship Gnomes — Blossom, Greenie and Oak — are on the move in LO Parks and natural areas for a summer long game of hide and seek! When you find one of our elusive gnomes, take a photo and share with us using #LOparksgnomes. We’ll be sharing hints and photos to help you find them each month! This month explore Freepons Park, River Run and Springbrook Park to seek the gnomes! It’s a great chance to get outdoors and learn more about LO natural areas!

Traffic reminder: @nwnaturalgas relocation work taking place on D Ave in #lakeoswego between State-10th Streets. Temporary closures during work hours M-F 7am-6pm. Drive safely, expect delays #lakeoswegocityprojects

Today is a beautiful day for a farm visit! Come to Luscher Farm today between 5-7pm for Meet your Farmer to check out how our CSA with 47th Avenue Farm and Lake Oswego Parks and Recreations works. See you at the farm!

Don’t forget to register for summer camps and classes powered by LO Parks and Recreation. From archery, lacrosse, science, fencing, rock/Music, to sculpting there is a Summer camp for every kid and interest. Visit loparks.org to register for the 100+ camps available!

Don’t Just Retire! Re“FIRE”! Workshop - April 29, 12:30-5pm If you are retiring in 5 years or less OR are struggling with adjustment to retirement, this workshop is for you! Do you know the second-half of your life just might be the best half? Life transitions are inevitable. It’s how we approach them that is critical. Getting clear on what you want is key. Most Boomers know they don’t want their father’s/mother’s brand of retirement, and start the conversation about what they can afford. Facilitator Mary Ellen Hoeh has helped thousands of people via the 'Williams Bridges Model of Change'. Register today at www.loparks.org (class ID 17296). Includes refreshments. $15 per person or $25 for a couple. For more information, please call 503-635-3758.

Check out LOPDtv's new video! https://youtu.be/4p9AME5k_8Y

Drug Take Back Event set for 10am-2pm, on Saturday, April 28. To help citizens properly dispose of unwanted or expired prescription medicines, the City is holding a one-day-only drug take-back event at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Avenue. Households only. No sharps/syringes. See specifics: www.ci.oswego.or.us/community/drug-take-back-event-spring-2018

Italian Film Festival - coming to LO tomorrow! The Italian Film Festival takes place Thursday through Sunday at the Lake Theater & Café, 106 N State St. Admission to the Festival is free and features top new Italian movies. A detailed film description and schedule is available at www.italianfilmfests.org/portland. In partnership with the free Italian Film Festival, the Library will display items throughout the Library about Italy. Cooking, traveling, speaking, music, movies and art. Godere! Translation: Enjoy!

Celebrate Earth Day! Join your neighbors and plant native species and remove invasive in a couple of our beautiful parks! Springbrook Park - Saturday, April 21, 9-11am Bring your family and friends to celebrate Earth Day and give back to our beautiful planet! Parking: Uplands Grade School, 2055 Wembley Park Rd. Contact: Laura Tanz, 503-636-5120. Woodmont Park - Sunday, April 22, 1-3pm This treasured natural area deserves a party on Earth Day so bring some friends and join in the fun! Parking: Near the corner of Knaus Rd. and Atwater Rd. Contact: Heidi Schrimsher, 503-754-6640. Photo: One of our many awesome volunteers!

Who wants to play Hide & Seek!? Our LO Parks and Rec gnome friends - Greenie, Oak and Blossom - are hiding in 3 LO Park location and it’s your turn to find them! Get outdoors, seek out one of the hiding gnomes, take photo and share it with us using #loparksgnomes like @cherishbehrendt did when she found Greenie to play! Each month our gnome friends will be in the move so make sure to follow along for hints, visit www.lo-stewardship.org or check out the Lake Oswego Parks and Rec Summer Activities Guide for details on where to find them! April Hint: gnomes are hiding in Springbrook Park, Freepons Park and River Run Park.

Enter your best images in the Tenth Annual City of Lake Oswego Photo Contest for a chance to win! First place winners will receive a $100 gift card; second place winners a $50 gift card; and third place winners a $25 gift card. Entries need to be submitted by 5 p.m., September 7. Photos can now be submitted online! www.lakeoswego.city/PhotoContest

Emergency Preparedness Fair - Join us on Wednesday, April 25, from 5-8pm, at Parks & Recreation - Palisades, 1500 Greentree Rd. Stop by any time between 5-8pm and check out our bike rodeo, Fire and Police vehicles, and Emergency Water Trailer and learn about water storage and emergency food options, emergency supply kits, pet preparedness, portable sanitation, seismic retrofitting your home, non-structural recommendations, solar power options, and much more! www.ci.oswego.or.us/citymanager/emergency-preparedness-fair

Tested & Trusted, your Lake Oswego drinking water is pure and safe and meets all State and Federal requirements! Learn how and why in your 2018 Drinking Water Quality report available now at: www.lakeoswego.city/2018-water-report Read the report by July 31st and enter to win $100 off your next utility bill! You can also call 503-635-0394 to request a mailed copy of the report, or join us April 25 at the Emergency Preparedness Fair from 5-8pm at 1500 Greentree Road to pick up your copy.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! The City is looking for volunteers to help with this Saturday's Community Shred Day event. Volunteers will help collect shredding material from cars, answer questions, and assist with traffic control. Fluorescent vests will be provided, but please bring work gloves to avoid paper cuts. If you would like to volunteer or have questions, please contact Jenny Slepian, Sustainability and Management Analyst, at 503-635-0291 or jslepian@lakeoswego.city, before Wednesday, April 18. We appreciate your help! www.ci.oswego.or.us/community/community-shred-day-2018 Photo: Lloyd helping shred a few non-sensitive documents.

Celebrate Earth Day! • Springbrook Park Saturday, April 21, 9-11am Plant native species and remove invasive species to help restore this beautiful 50-acre natural park. www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/urban-community-forestry-2018-volunteer-opportunity-springbrook-park • Woodmont Park Sunday, April 22, 1-3pm Join us as we plant native species, mulch around the plants and pull creeping ivy and blackberry seedlings at this treasured natural area! www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/urban-community-forestry-2018-volunteer-opportunity-woodmont-park-0 Enjoy the fun!

LO City Council is meeting tomorrow evening. Topics – Civic Center, Short Term Rentals, and more. Other info: Drug Take Back, Shred Day, Prep Fair. https://t.e2ma.net/cshare/inbound/f/odnir/f410c7a82bfa5e1bf6fc5b1b24c71f89

Meet your Farmer this Thursday April 19th from 5-7pm! Join us at Luscher Farm City Park on Thursday to get to know our Community Supported Agriculture Farmers - 47th Avenue Farm - lead by Laura Masterson (pictured). Laura and 47th Farm provide local produce to the community using acreage at the farm. Get a first hand look at beautiful seasonal locally grown vegetables, register for a summer share of the CSA and enter to win door prizes! This event will take place on the north end of the historic Milking Parlor at Luscher Farm. Hope to see you there!

BOOK SWAP! Tomorrow - bring a book in, and take a fresh book out! This event is free, open to all ages, and will feature Youth, Young Adult, and Adult book sections. Saturday, April 14, 2-5pm, Palisades, 1500 Greentree Rd. www.lakeoswego.city/parksrec/spring-swap-book-swap

Great opportunity!

Traffic Reminder: gas relocation work is taking place on D Ave in #lakeoswego between State-10th Streets. Plan ahead, expect temporary delays M-F 7am-6pm #lakeoswegocityprojects #laneclosure

Community Shred Day is back! Thanks to Yakima Products, the City will be hosting Shred Day at the Yakima headquarters (formerly the West End Building) at 4101 Kruse Way, on Saturday, April 21, 9am-12pm (or until full). Residents of Lake Oswego (and those within the Urban Services Boundary) may bring 2 paper shopping bags of confidential documents for shredding. www.lakeoswego.city/community/community-shred-day-2018

Another great new video from LOPDtv. In this video, Officer Simon focuses on the equipment our officers use. Check it out! LOPDtvEquipment: http://youtu.be/0fhghqmGmFk

Check out LOPDtv on YouTube! Officer Simon's new video features one of LOPD's K9 Teams. LOPDtvK9Chase: http://youtu.be/SsLSRDAaGuM

Emergency Preparedness Fair - Join us on Wednesday, April 25, from 5-8pm, at Parks & Recreation - Palisades, 1500 Greentree Rd. Learn how to care for yourself and your family in the event of an earthquake, flood, winter storm, or other disaster. Stop by any time between 5-8pm and learn about water storage and emergency food options, emergency supply kits, pet preparedness, portable sanitation, seismic retrofitting your home, non-structural recommendations, solar power options, and much more! www.ci.oswego.or.us/citymanager/emergency-preparedness-fair