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Tuesday - June 15, 2010

Expert Panel Recommends New Water Treatment Process for Lake Oswego and Tigard

Lake Oswego Press Release

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Monday - May 24, 2010

Water Line Work in Gladstone

Water Line Work in Gladstone

During the months of June and July contractors will be inspecting the main water transmission line that travels through Gladstone. The inspection is necessary to assess the condition of the pipeline and determine if it needs replacement. To view a large map showing the existing pipeline please click here.

Two different types of work will be performed.

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Wednesday - April 21, 2010

LO Surveys Water Transmission Line

The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership will survey Lake Oswego's treated water transmission line over the next three to four months. Drivers and residents will notice a survey van and crews working along the pipeline route. The city asks asks drivers to use caution near work areas.  Any traffic disruptions will be minimal and brief.

The effort begins on Highway 43 in West Linn near the City's Water Treatment Plant. From there it will trace the water line route through Lake Oswego, along a portion of North Shore Road, Iron Mountain Blvd. and Douglas Circle, through Waluga Park, then down Bonita Road. Click here to see a map of the existing line.

Surveyors will be looking for anything that might affect the cost of a future water line replacement.

Click here to read the complete notice from Oregon  Use the "Contact Us" page to ask questions or call the project hotline at (503) 697-6502.

Friday - April 16, 2010

Expert Panel Advises Water Treatment Decision for Lake Oswego, Tigard

Lake Oswego Press Release

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Tuesday - April 13, 2010

Water Treatment Decision Process

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Water Treatment Decision Process

One of the first, most important decisions for the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership is the decision about water treatment. Under the water partnership agreement, Lake Oswego's existing water treatment plant will be upgraded to serve both communities’ needs into the future.

If you would like to follow the discussions about different water treatment options, there are several opportunities over the next few months, leading up to the recommendation of a preferred treatment option in June/July 2010. Click here for a complete schedule and description of upcoming meetings.

To learn more about the drinking water decision, read the first issue of Water Savvy. (PDF 922 kb)

For a summary of the first Expert Panel workshop, click here. (PDF 238 kb)