Lake Oswego is a suburban city located eight miles southwest of Portland whose main attraction and history revolves around Oswego Lake. Lake Oswego has become one of the most superb residential communities in Oregon. Lake Oswego is known for the quality of its schools, full-service police and fire protection, a top ranked library, award-winning senior center and love of the arts.
Discover Lake Oswego, Oregon: one of Oregon’s premier destinations for community, quality schools, culture and arts. For the fourth year in a row Cottage Magazine Named Lake Oswego one of the Top 10 Best Cottage Neighborhoods in the Country. Education is a priority in Lake Oswego and the Lake Oswego Public Library earned the highest Hennen’s American Public Library Ratings (HAPLR) score of all the libraries in Oregon. Lake Oswego is a city of fine restaurants, art galleries, and streets decorated with sculptures and fine art.
"live where you play." Were the guiding words of Paul Murphy when he developed the Lake Oswego country club by 1930, and the residents were drawn by the natural beauty, building what are now some of Oregon’s fines architectural historical homes.
You can enjoy the Lake Oswego city owned sports center on the Willamette River, two public swimming facilities on the 405-acre private Oswego Lake, indoor tennis center, 18-hole golf course, outdoor amphitheater right along the river and a premier Saturday market in the summer. Lake Oswego is a community to definitely live where you play!
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