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
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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

“Our power lies in our small daily choices, one after another, to create eternal ripples of a life well lived” — Mollie Marti Beautiful lake view in LO captured by @rolandsarrazen ❤️ What are you doing today to Live Well in LO?

The City Council is considering a ban on plastic bags at Lake Oswego retailers. Find out the proposed details here, www.ci.oswego.or.us/recycle/plastic-bag-ban-options. Please fill out our comment form to let the City Council know what you think!

Introduction to Rainwater Harvesting Workshop November 10 from 9am - 12pm You are invited to a free workshop and tour to learn the basics of rainwater harvesting. Topics to be covered: ● Rainwater collection for both urban and rural settings ● Potable and non-potable uses ● Parts needed to install a system ● Water availability calculation ● Water uses and irrigation efficiency ● Pump systems, gutters and downspouts ● Concept of large tanks (>550 gallons) ● Case studies For more information and to register: www.swcd.net/event/introduction-rainwater-harvesting-workshop

It's never too early to start planning for a merry holiday season - especially when it benefits a good cause! All proceeds from tickets to our 2018 LO Holiday Concert: Mistletoe & Starlight on December 15th benefit the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center! Tickets are $21 for adults; $14 for youth (0-12yrs).

Do not fret if you missed the horse drawn wagon rides at the last regular season farmers' market. The horses will return on Saturday, November 17, from 10am-3pm for the 7th Annual Lake Oswego Reunion Farmers' Market! Join us for shopping on a crisp fall afternoon amid the scent of pumpkins, sweet potatoes and pies. The entire family can appreciate the: ✔️Live music ✔️Fresh produce from local farmers/growers ✔️Refreshments, including hot food! ✔️Local artisan vendors

Beautiful sunset view from the summit of Mt Sylvania in Lake Oswego captured by @danstark 👏 Remember this will be happening earlier each night after this weekend -- we set our clocks back this Sunday (2 am).

Cheers to beautiful views around every corner in LO! Thanks to @nicholette_michelle for sharing this beautiful view of MT Hood from Wall Street with us! Also cheers to November events and activities happening in LO: ✔️ (Friendly Reminder:) We turn the clocks back this Sunday ✔️ Voter Ballot Boxes are open until 8pm on November 6th at City Hall and Westlake Fire Station ✔️ Gratitude and Groundbreaking: a Veterans Day celebration with Lake Oswego Veterans Memorial is November 11th at Foothills City Park ✔️ Farr Bike Park / Luscher Farms Trails Public Meeting is November 13th at Fleet Feet Sports Lake Oswego (385 1st St) ✔️ 7th Annual Lake Oswego Reunion Farmers' Market featuring horse drawn wagon rides is November 17th at Millennium Park Plaza from 10am-3pm ✔️ LOPR Thanksgiving Break camps start November 19th (www.loparks.org)

Study the historic architecture of the buildings at Luscher Farm and design your own farm house building at LOPR's NEW Jr. Architect Camp this November 19-21st! https://apm.activecommunities.com/lakeoswegoparks/Activity_Search/jr-architect-camp/10343

REMINDER - New City Hall Design Open House Thursday, November 1, 6 p.m. at City Hall, 380 A Avenue. Check out the proposed design for the new city hall! The new building, which will be constructed next door to the existing city hall, will be a seismically safe, secure, modern, and better functioning building for the community for generations. The design follows the concept approved by the Council last summer and incorporates public input from the prior phases and iterations of the project. Can’t make it? The City Council will be reviewing the design at their meeting on November 6. Visuals will be available online by November 1 on the project webpage: www.ci.oswego.or.us/lora/new-city-hall-project

Looking for a cool new t-shirt? Check out these awesome Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts being sold by the Lake Oswego Fire Department. The cost is $15 for youth sizes and $20 for adult sizes. The t-shirts come in both blue & pink and black & pink. 100% of the profit will be donated to the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Research Foundation. T-shirts can be picked up at the Main Fire Station at 300 B Avenue. Cash or checks only.

THANK YOU LO for participating in our 2018 Stewardship Gnome Scavenger Hunt! We’re almostdone with our Grande finale! There is less than 36 hours left to find our 3 Stewardship Gnomes in their October hiding spots before they migrate south for the winter. Get outdoors and find Greenie, Blossom and Oak in Luscher Farm Trail, River Run Park, and Springbrook Park! Share your photos with #loparksgnomes THANKS to everyone who participated, shared your photos and explored LO’s natural areas 👏😊

Want to smile? Our K9s now have their own Instagram pages! Get a glimpse into their lives - not too much pursuit, search, etc... but a whole lot of cuteness! #K9_Szemi #K9_ChaseLO

Need a safe, warm, rain-free place for trick-or-treating this Wednesday?!? Then join us tomorrow for Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation's Monster Mash, 3-6pm at 1060 Chandler Road. This FREE indoor trick-or-treating event will feature crafts, treats, activities and a #Thriller Remix performance by Lake Oswego Junior Dance Team at 5pm! Free for kids 0-12

Where will this week lead you? If it leads you to River Run Park, like @bemychewtoy, follow the trail that winds through this tucked away 7 acre natural area, cross the wee gnome-sized bridge, and follow the path towards the old orchard to find our 3 hiding #loparksgnomes in red pointy hats. Only a couple more days to find our gnomes before they take off for winter vacation!

Nice job decorating the bench along the Stafford/Rosemont Pathway!

Saturday's Drug Take Back event was a big success with an estimated 175 pounds of unwanted/expired prescription meds collected. These drugs were turned over to the DEA (drugs are taken to the Waste to Energy Facility in Brooks and are safely incinerated). Also - I wanted to do a 'shout out' to the young lady who, in addition to dropping off her unwanted meds, dropped off a beautiful flower from The Bloom Project. Very nice! Photo: DEA Officers with LOPD Evidence Technician Nicole Spiegel and Officer Dawn Pecoraro 102718

Reminder - Tryon Creek Cove Trail Open House - tomorrow evening. Help choose the path for a new trail segment through the Tryon Creek Cove area, connecting Tryon Creek State Natural Area with Lake Oswego’s Foothills Park. Lake Oswego and Metro are working together to link these two gems and improve access to the Willamette River. Come to an open house at Lake Oswego City Hall, 380 A Avenue, to learn how community feedback is shaping options for crossing Oregon 43 and give your opinion about next steps. Tuesday, October 30 - drop in any time between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Can’t make it to the meeting? An online survey and information will be available starting October 30. Take the survey or sign up to stay informed: http://Oregonmetro.gov/tryoncreekcove

Fantastic sunset on Oswego Lake captured by @ericwright8 😍😎👏 Nothing like a beautiful view of LO to remind us that we have so much to be thankful for and to appreciate in our city! Make sure your voice and opinion about the future of LO is heard by VOTING! Submitting your ballot in LO is now even easier with 2 drop off locations! ✔️City Hall, 380 A Ave. (HINT: you don’t even have to leave your car! Drive through the turn around and slip your ballot through the slot!) ✔️Westlake Fire Station, 4900 Melrose St, next to the Tennis Courts. This NEW safe and secure location was set up for your convenience! Ballot boxes will remain open until 8 p.m. on November 6. NOTE: There will no longer be a ballot box at the LO library.

New City Hall Design Open House Thursday, November 1, 6 p.m. at City Hall, 380 A Avenue. Come and check out the proposed design for the new city hall! The new building, which will be constructed next door to the existing city hall, will be a seismically safe, secure, modern, and better functioning building for the community for generations. The design follows the concept approved by the Council last summer and incorporates public input from the prior phases and iterations of the project. Can’t make it? The City Council will be reviewing the design at their meeting on November 6. Visuals will be available online by November 1 on the project webpage: www.ci.oswego.or.us/lora/new-city-hall-project

Reminder: Luscher Farm will be CLOSED (past white barn) today starting at 1pm through Saturday at 5pm for 2018 Crosstoberfest. If you are joining us on Saturday to race, wear costumes, cheer on the racers and explore the Vendor Village featuring food and drinks from Crêperie Le Bon Temps, Dogs and Fries and Ancestry Brewing, please note there will be NO PARKING onsite parking at Luscher Farm. Parking is only available at C-3 Church and Hazelia Field lots. Look for directional signage and see you there!

Drug Take Back Event - tomorrow! Saturday, October 27, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the LO Adult Community Center, 505 G Ave. Properly dispose of your unwanted or expired prescription medicines at this one-day-only event. www.lakeoswego.city/community/drug-take-back-event-fall-2018

Join us on Tuesday, October 30 for Tryon Creek Cove Trail Open House #2. Help choose the path for a new trail segment through the Tryon Creek Cove area, connecting Tryon Creek State Natural Area with Lake Oswego’s Foothills Park. Lake Oswego and Metro are working together to link these two areas and improve access to the Willamette River. Drop by Lake Oswego City Hall, 380 A Avenue, any time between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. to learn how community feedback is shaping options for crossing Oregon 43 and give your opinion about next steps. Light refreshments will be served. Can’t make it to the meeting? If you can’t attend the open house, you’ll have an opportunity to participate in an online survey beginning on Wednesday, October 31. http://Oregonmetro.gov/tryoncreekcove.

The City Council is considering a ban on single use carryout plastic bags at Lake Oswego retailers. Please read the proposed details and fill out our comment form to let the City Council know what you think. www.ci.oswego.or.us/recycle/plastic-bag-ban-options

This Guardian of Luscher Farm (captured by @jkamero) is keeping a watchful eye out for our mischievous #loparksgnomes hiding here in October for our gnome hunt Grande finale! And what better day to go looking for Oak, Blossom and Greenie than this Thursday! Thursday is the perfect day to visit Lusher this month because it is the same day as our Meet your Farmer Open House at 5pm with 47th Avenue Farm. Get to meet the team of gardeners behind our Winter CSA, find out how you can get fresh, delicious, locally grown veggies and fruit all winter long 👨🏻‍🌾👩🏻‍🌾 While you are there, walk past the farm house and follow the trail as it winds through meadows and oak trees. Our gnomes are hiding along the trail till you see the LO winery. Find them before they go on winter vacation on November 1st!

Got what it takes to be #1? 🏀We are looking for 9-12 grade basketball players to register for our city league! High School City League Basketball registration closes this Friday, October 26! High School City League Basketball is for Lake Oswego teens in grades 9-12. Learn more at http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/parksrec/high-school-city-league-basketball LOPR is also hiring for 2 different basketball league part time positions. Go to https://agency.governmentjobs.com/lakeoswego/default.cfm to apply today!