Mountain Park

Social Events & Community News

Mountain Park has lots of social events and important community news throughout the year that we want to share with you! Check out what happening around the community down below.

Social Clubs

  • Toastmasters

    Join them every Monday at 6:45pm at the Clubhouse for a Toastmasters Meeting. The mission of a Toastmaster Club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
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HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday-Thursday:
5:30am -9:00pm

Friday
5:30am – 7:00pm

Saturday
8:00am – 6:00pm

Sunday
10:00am – 6:00pm

Community News

  • What does it mean when we say “The responsible person”?

    When it comes to the rules of the Clubhouse we have the term “responsible person” instead of Adult, but what does that even mean? At the age of 14 you become a full member of the clubhouse at Mt. Park. This means you can take Group X classes, swim in the pools when lifeguards are […]
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  • KidZone Announcement

    Basketball is back at Mountain Park! KidZone Basketball Tykes teaches children the basics of basketball including dribbling, passing, and shooting. Fun games and exercises are included to develop your child’s overall athleticism. Join us on Mondays from 4:00-4:45pm. The hoop and basketball sizes are modified to assist in proper technique development for children ages 4-7. […]
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  • Aquatics News

    Expanded guarded swim times will be happening during Winter Break starting December 18th and running through December 31st. Guards will be on the deck starting at 1:00pm. Hopefully during the times of 1:45-4:45 the slide will be running. This is subject to change due to staff availability. There will be no group swim lessons that […]
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  • Special Events News

    The winter holidays are just around the corner. The Mt Park HOA landscaping crew will be delivering a beautiful Blue Spruce tree to the Clubhouse lobby for all to enjoy on December 5. Several holiday celebration plans are underway! The Playschool will be setting up art displays to be showcased in the Lupine Room beginning […]
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  • Help us Welcome our New Trainer Sherry Bonekat

    The holidays are rapidly approaching and so is the new year! Please help us welcome our newest trainer Sherry Bonekat, to the team. Sherry is eager to help you get a jump start on your New Year’s Resolutions and make 2018 YOUR year. Sherry is a Certified Medical Exercise Specialist through the American Council on […]
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  • A Special Thanks from Around the Clubhouse

    Thank you for making the Mountain Park Clubhouse a welcoming and enjoyable environment to work out in, work at, and enjoy. The Mountain Park Clubhouse and Mountain Park HOA staff work hard to provide the best service and atmosphere within the Clubhouse. At times we may not have the answers or know the why behind […]
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  • Landscape Stewardship Department News

    Leaf Control Sometimes there are questions about leaf collection in Mountain Park. Here are some answers: Leaves on city streets are the responsibility of the City of Lake Oswego. They do have a couple of street sweepers and they get around from time to time. On private property the property owner is responsible for leaf […]
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  • Inclement Weather Policy

    As we all know winter and icy weather is just around the corner.   Our goal is to keep members and staff as safe as possible. To assist with communicating our policy for Clubhouse closures, we will follow the following criteria: Mt. Park Clubhouse Closures – the same closure and delayed opening schedule as PCC- Sylvania […]
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  • Home Care Corner

    Holiday Decorations and Lighting Standards Many of the homes within the Mountain Park community went all out with Halloween decorations this year. Next up, the holiday season is upon us and many residents will again choose to decorate their homes. Mt. Park has set standards for when decorations and lighting may be up over the […]
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  • 2018 Assessment Rates Announced

    The assessment rate increase for 2018 has been determined and voted on by the Board of Directors. The increase is based upon the 12 month percent of change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all urban consumers. This year the CPI increased 4.42% raising assessment rates by that amount. Account # starts with Property […]
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  • President’s Message for December

    Who Makes and Enforces the Standards of the Community The primary governing documents for the Mountain Park Homeowners Association (MPHOA) are defined by the Declaration of Restrictions, Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, adopted when our planned community was established in 1968. These documents, generally called the CC&R’s, provide a broad outline of use and building […]
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  • Help Plan Our 50th Anniversary Celebration

    Mountain Park is turning 50 this year and we’re looking for volunteers to help plan the celebration! We’re putting together a special planning committee to help conceptualize, plan and carry out celebrating 50 Years of Mountain Park. From theme days to special guest speakers over the course of the year, parties in the park or […]
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  • Holiday Bazaar

    Coming November 25th from 10 AM to 5 PM, our Annual Holiday Bazaar is the perfect opportunity for you to do some early holiday shopping! We will have about 30 vendors with handcrafted items such as jewelry, bath bombs, greeting cards, calendars, photography, textiles, ceramics, knit/crochet items, and ornaments.
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  • Fitness

    It’s prime cold and flu season and with the weather turning we’re all spending more time inside. We think about and often wipe down equipment after our work out but what about before? What about your yoga mat or the mats around the studios and facility? Don’t forget to give those a wipe down too. […]
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  • Registration for Swim Lessons

    Registration for our Winter session of swim lessons is just around the corner. November 1st is the day members can start signing their little ones up for swim classes. November 15th is when non-members can start signing up.  If you’re unsure which level to sign your child up for, we do have a free swim […]
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  • KidZone Classes

    Winter registration for KidZone Classes, including Tiny Dancers, Hip-Hop, Soccer Tykes, Soccer Kidz, Little Athletes, and Tumbling opens to members November 1st ! Non-Member registration will open on November 15th. Be sure to check out our two new classes – Basketball Tykes and Family Yoga!
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  • KidZone Winter Break Camp

    KidZone Winter Break Camp registration is now open! Winter-themed versions of science, engineering, art, crafts, and group games will happen weekly, and physical activity is an everyday occurrence! Please visit the front desk for a registration packet. Families can register by the day or for the week.
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  • A Word from the Landscape Stewardship Department

    Who Speaks for the Trees?: Investigating Tree Ownership and Proper Procedures for Tree Work Mt. Park includes 185 acres of woodlands that we share as a community. On the hillside of Mt. Sylvania and throughout Mt. Park, trees play a vital role protecting our property values by stabilizing soil, capturing rainwater and providing us fresh […]
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  • Home Care Corner – A Message from the CC&R Manager

    Fall is a beautiful time in the Mt. Park community with all the trees and shrubs changing color as the days get shorter. But, with this change, fall may become a busier time for owners and residents working to keep their properties up to the standards of the neighborhoods. Mt. Park offers a Yard Debris […]
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  • 2018 Assessment Rates Announced

    The assessment rate increase for 2018 has been determined and voted on by the Board of Directors. The increase is based upon the 12 month percent of change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all urban consumers. This year the CPI increased 4.42% raising assessment rates by that amount. Account # starts with Property […]
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Membership Information

There are many advantages to living at Mountain Park. The biggest asset of the Mountain Park community is, of course, the Clubhouse. Click here to find out about becoming a Member.

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