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Thursday - June 30, 2011

Lake Oswego Water Supply System Showing Its Age

Lake Oswego Press Release

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Wednesday - June 29, 2011

In the News

In the News

In the news..

Lake Oswego to replace broken pump that has cut peak water productivity, Oregonlive.com, June 27, 2011

The Lake Oswego water supply system is showing its age.  Lake Oswego is currently replacing a water supply pump on the Clackamas River.  Until installation is complete, the system's reliable capacity is 25 percent less than the city's peak demand.  That means if customers demand more than the "reliable" level, there won't be enough to meet those needs.  This issue is one of the key reasons that Lake Oswego is partnering with Tigard to improve and expand the system.  To read the full story, click here...

Friday - June 24, 2011

In the News

In the News

In the news...
Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership deals with flood of deadlines, environmental and neighborhood concerns

It's still five years until the 2016 target date to finish the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership, but officials on both sides of the project can hear the clock ticking.

"We have a packed schedule to get everything done," said Tigard's public works director, Dennis Koellermeier.

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Wednesday - June 1, 2011

Beat the Peak

Beat the Peak

The 2011 "Beat the Peak" campaign has begun. Customers in Lake Oswego and the Tigard Water Service Area are asked to help conserve water by keeping their city's daily water demand under 12 million gallons.

To help customers "Beat the Peak" and save money, both cities are offering free summer water conservation tools. Visit the Beat the Peak page any time to monitor water use in your service area, see current weather conditions and learn how you can play a part.