Mountain Park


Board of Directors

The Mountain Park Home Owners Association is governed by a seven member board of directors.

Association Meetings

Learn about our meeting schedules and process.

Committee Meetings

The Mountain Park Home Owners Association has four standing committees: the architecture committee and the clubhouse committee.

Governing Documents

The primary documents that govern the community of Mountain Park.

Financial Statements

Accessing published financial statements afford homeowners and others a means of analyzing and interpreting past operations of the association in which they have an interest.


Mountain Park is a planned community. The Mountain Park Declaration of Restrictions, established in 1968, sets forth the rules for our community. The included Codes, Covenants, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) were established to protect property values and preserve the appearance of our community. The value of every home depends in part to the appearance of the homes around it, therefore all owners benefit when standards are defined and applied.

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Landscaping & Maintenance

Within Mountain Park are 175 acres of common properties. The Mountain Park Home Owners Association is the title owner of all the common properties in Mountain Park.

While individual property owners are members of MPHOA, they do not have any direct or indirect ownership rights in the common properties, either divided or undivided.

All maintenance and modification of common property is to be done solely at the discretion and under the supervision of MPHOA. No work may be done in common properties by homeowners.

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Architectural Compliance

Architectural review is an essential part of maintaining the aesthetics and property values in Mountain Park. In order to ensure this, the architectural committee was established to oversee, review, approve or deny applications for appropriate building and property use.

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Documents, Policies & Forms Library

Here you will find all association documents, policies, forms and other necessary information. Still can’t find what you need? Just contact the service desk at the clubhouse and we will assist you.

Explore Our Library


We invite you to browse our FAQ to find answers to your questions.

Press & Media

Media Resources, Press Releases, News Coverage

Contact Us

Call us, write us, e-mail us … or just stop by and say “hello.” We want to hear from you!

Physical Address:
Mountain Park Home Owners Association
2 Mt. Jefferson Terrace
Lake Oswego Oregon 97035

Phone Numbers:
Main: 503-635-3561
Clubhouse: 503-635-3561
Playschool: 503-636-8962
Landscape: 503-635-8333
Fax: 503-635-0971

General E-Mail:

Our Staff

Please use our staff directory if you wish to contact a staff member, department, board of directors, or committee.


Want to work at Mountain Park? Visit our Careers Page to learn more about our current openings and the benefits of joining our team.

  • Personal Trainers and Spin Instructors

    Are you passionate about fitness and inspiring others to be a better version of themselves? Are you compassionate? Are you a rockstar coach? If you answered yes to all of the above, we want to hear from YOU. Now hiring Personal Trainers and Spin Instructors for established classes!!! MUST have a current certification, experience teaching […]
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  • Full Time Assistant Toddler Teacher

    The PLAYSCHOOL at Mountain Park is currently seeking the right person to join “Team Playschool” as a full time Toddler assistant teacher. Teachers at the Playschool have the unique opportunity to work with a team of Teachers as well as Assistant Teachers in providing a warm and inviting environment for children 14 months to 5 […]
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  • Lifeguards Wanted

    Mt. Park recreation center in Lake Oswego is looking to hire Lifeguards. Most hours are afternoon/evening and weekends. Some morning hours available for swim instructors. SUMMARY Educate patrons about water safety skills and awareness in a safe and fun environment. Ensure the safety of facility patrons by preventing and responding to emergencies. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND […]
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