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Friday - October 1, 2010

Drained Oswego Lake poses a muddy danger to wandering children

Excerpt from Oregonlive.com, October 1, 2010

"Fire officials are warning that Oswego Lake's recently exposed bottom may be dangerous to children who can't resist the lure of exploring."  Click here to read the full article...

Tuesday - August 3, 2010

Beat the Peak!

Beat the Peak!

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Beat the Peak, Lake Oswego! You can make an important difference this summer. Help us ‘Beat the Peak’ by keeping Lake Oswego’s daily water demand under 12 million gallons per day. Click here to learn more and see how we measure up or check out our giant water meter, posted on the lawn at the West End Building on Kruse Way, for the latest numbers. Beat the Peak is sponsored by the Lake Owego Tigard Water Partnership.

Click here to read a great story about Beat the Peak by the Lake Oswego Review. Keep up the great water conservation work Lake Oswego!

Thursday - July 29, 2010

Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant Open House Video

Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant Open House Video

On Saturday, July 24th, about 50 people joined Partnership team members to learn more about improvements planned at the site, and got tours from Kari Duncan, Water Treatment Plant Manager. Watch now!


Wednesday - July 21, 2010

Field Work Underway

Field Work Underway

Project crews are active in Lake Oswego, West Linn (Mapleton Dr. and Mary S. Young State Park) and Gladstone collecting information about the existing water pipeline, surveying, identifying wetland areas and testing soils. If you live or work near the existing water pipeline (click here to see a map), you can expect to see some activity. This work is part of the project definition phase of work; click here to learn more about the project schedule.

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Thursday - July 15, 2010

Learn More about Water Treatment Methods

Learn More about Water Treatment Methods

This video provides background on the project and examines the process behind water treatment option recommendations for the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership.

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