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Friday - July 24, 2015

Tribal Artwork Dedication Ceremony

On Monday, July 20 at George Rogers Park (611 State Street, Lake Oswego), the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership hosted the dedication ceremony for a new cultural resources interpretive exhibit, which features educational signage and a sculpture created by Travis Stewart, a member of the Grand Ronde Tribes.

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Monday - July 20, 2015

New sculpture pays tribute to native peoples

Art installation is part of efforts by the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership to mitigate the impact of construction on an historic site

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Swimmers and sunbathers weren’t the only people flocking to the river on Monday afternoon.

Lake Oswego and Tigard city leaders, members from the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde and several curious onlookers found themselves July 20 on the shores of the Willamette River, where the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership unveiled a new art display in commemoration of native people who lived and fished the river for generations.

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Friday - July 17, 2015

State Street construction begins Sunday, July 19

Lake Oswego Pipeline Construction Update

This update includes construction work in the following areas:

  • State Street nighttime construction - begins Sunday, July 19
  • Highway 43 - paving complete!
  • Laurel Street - paving complete!
  • Chandler Road, A and B Avenues - striping complete!

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Thursday - July 9, 2015

Summer construction to tear up State Street

In the news...

If you’re planning to spend much time downtown this summer, the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership has some good news and some bad news.

The good news: Final paving of B Avenue through parts of the First Addition neighborhood and the business district has been completed.

The bad news: The next phase of construction for the $254 million project, which is designed to upgrade and increase the capacity of Lake Oswego’s water system and give Tigard direct access to water for the first time in its history, is about to begin.

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