Mountain Park

Social Events & Community News

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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

  • Mt. Park Annual Meeting, March 16th

    Come join us for the Mountain Park Annual Homeowners Meeting. Enjoy light refreshments as we present the state of the HOA by our Board Members and staff. A slide show presentation will be given and voting will commence for the three board positions that we have available this year. The meeting starts promptly at 7pm.
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  • Red Cross Blood Drive, March 3rd

    Mt. Park HOA is proud to sponsor our next blood drive with the American Red Cross on March 3rd. An estimated 38 percent of Americans are eligible to give blood, but of those, less than 10 percent actually donate each year. If you are healthy and eligible, please come out to donate. Most donations take […]
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  • Mt. Park Group Tickets to the Portland Timbers

      Mt. Park has partnered with the Portland Timbers to provide our members group discount tickets for an upcoming 2017 game! On April 22nd, Portland takes on rival Vancouver Whitecaps FC in a hotly contested battle, and now you can be there in some great seats cheering them on. Mt. Park has secured an entire […]
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  • Playschool Enrollment Starts Soon!

    The Playschool at Mountain Park has served the neighborhood since 1974, educating children 18 months – 5 years old in a play-based environment. The school offers outstanding indoor and outdoor learning spaces, teaches socialization, and utilizes a play-based emergent curriculum that is developmental, hands-on, sensory and active. Their goal is to invite a love of learning, […]
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  • President’s Message for February

    Sensitive Lands The City of Lake Oswego continues to propose revisions to the Sensitive Lands program as a set of land use regulations intended to protect streams, wetlands and tree groves with an overall objective of improving wildlife habitat and water quality. Some of these regulations are requirements to implement Federal and State laws and, […]
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  • Fitness Update for February

    Please help us welcome our new KidZone Coordinator and Fitness Department Assistant, Cassidy Jorgensen! Cassidy comes to us with years of experience in kids programming, coaching and youth sports, from the YMCA and Tualatin Hills Parks and Rec. We are thrilled to have her on our team as we aim to bring more youth and […]
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  • Lake Oswego School Bond Measure Info Meeting

    Where: Mountain Park – Hawthorn Room When: Monday, February 20th, 6-7 pm The Mountain Park Neighborhood Association invites you to a meeting with speaker John Wendland to learn more about the Lake Oswego School Bond Measure. John is serving in his second four-year term on the Lake Oswego School Board. Agenda: • Hear about the […]
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  • News from Landscaping

    2016 Common Property Achievements With the arrival of Suzie Spencer, Landscape Operations Manager, the Common Property embarked on a mission to set the national HOA standard for sustainable landscape stewardship. What does that look like? Here are some examples: Compared with the 2014/2015 irrigation season, 2015/2016 water consumption was reduced by 3,045,108 gallons. That’s $30,005!!! […]
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  • Landscape Department Overhaul

    The Landscape Department that manages HOA Common Property is being completely restructured to better serve you. We have all new employees who are eager to begin work on setting the national example for sustainable common property stewardship! Allison O’Sullivan, Landscape Supervisor Allison is thrilled to join the Landscape Operations team at Mountain Park. Having grown […]
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  • Residents and HOA Partner to Restore Common Property

    The owners of 1 and 2 Eagle Crest looked out beyond their back yards into common property and knew that what they saw could be improved and wanted to be a part of that improvement. There were Holly trees that were bearing fruit, Ivy beginning its path up tree trunks, and in spite of being […]
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  • February’s Compliance Corner

    With the holidays over, the Compliance Department at Mountain Park would like to remind residents of a few rules according to the CC&R’s. Holiday Decoration and Lighting a. Display of winter holiday decorations, including exterior decorative lights, may begin on Thanksgiving Day and must be removed by January 31 of the following year. b. All […]
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  • Art in Mt. Park is Coming May 27th, Want to Take Part?

    Mountain Park is looking for a few good local artists that would be interested in participating in Art in Mt. Park. This venue gives local art talent the showcase to display and sell their talented works to the public. If you would be interested in participating, please contact Melissa at: melissa@mtparkhoa.com.
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  • Avoid a Fine….Understand the Architectural Review Process

    When you made the decision to settle into your home in Mountain Park, you bought into a desirable neighborhood with a certain aesthetic. To keep the aesthetic cohesive, every resident must follow the MPHOA CC&R’s, including the Architectural Standards. A key part of this regulatory process requires that before proceeding with any repairs and material […]
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  • Online Registration at Mountain Park

    At the beginning of the year, we upgraded our clubhouse software to make checking in, adding new members, purchasing items and enrolling in classes easier. Now that the software, called Compete, has been fully integrated, we are ready for the next phase. This step brings online registration for members to our website. Now, members will be […]
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  • Chair Massage at Mountain Park

    Every Thursday in the Lobby! 4:30pm-7:30pm $1 per minute (5-30 minute sessions) Offered by Mandy Beeman, LMT  of Serenity Bodyworks- a local massage business on Boones Ferry Rd. Experts estimate that upwards of 90% of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. Massage Therapy is an effective […]
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Upcoming Social Events

  • Family Movie Night, February 24th, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

      Join us February 24th for our next Star Wars movie, with Episode 6, Return of the Jedi! Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the movie starts promptly at 7 pm. Popcorn and refreshments will be available and are just $1 for adults, and .50 for kids 13 and under. Bring your sand chair or blankets […]
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  • Red Cross Blood Drive, March 3rd

    Mt. Park HOA is proud to sponsor our next blood drive with the American Red Cross on March 3rd. An estimated 38 percent of Americans are eligible to give blood, but of those, less than 10 percent actually donate each year. If you are healthy and eligible, please come out to donate. Most donations take […]
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  • Family Movie Night, March 10th, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

      Join us March 10th for our next Star Wars movie, with Episode 7, The Force Awakensi! Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the movie starts promptly at 7 pm. Popcorn and refreshments will be available and are just $1 for adults, and .50 for kids 13 and under. Bring your sand chair or blankets and […]
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  • Mt. Park Annual Meeting, March 16th

    Come join us for the Mountain Park Annual Homeowners Meeting. Enjoy light refreshments as we present the state of the HOA by our Board Members and staff. A slide show presentation will be given and voting will commence for the three board positions that we have available this year. The meeting starts promptly at 7pm.
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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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