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Community Survey Coming Your Way

Dear Neighbor, A few minutes can make a big difference!  Our goal is to have Mt. Park recognized as the premier place to live in the Pacific NW and you can help us get there with a few minutes of your time. In the next week or so you will receive a link to a

Tree Work on Kerr Parkway

UPDATE: The tree work scheduled for January 14 and January 15 on Kerr Parkway has been delayed. Due to yesterday's storm, Citywide Tree Service has been inundated with emergency requests and will be postponing the Kerr Parkway project. The new date scheduled for the tree work will be released as soon as it is confirmed.

Call for Board of Directors Candidates

Want to serve on the Board of Directors? The Board of Directors host an Annual Meeting for the membership every year in March. At this meeting, an election for the Board of Directors is held. The date of the Annual Meeting this year has yet to be determined, however, the call for candidates has begun. There are two seats up for election. If

Clubhouse Closure Extended through January 14

The State of Oregon has announced continued closures due to COVID-19. Categorized as a recreational facility, the Mountain Park Clubhouse is required to extend its closure through January 14. For additional information, each county’s current risk level can be found here. We encourage you to continue exercising at home and to utilize the beautiful trails in Mountain Park by taking

President’s Year End Message

Dear Community, Greetings and sincere wishes for a joyous holiday season!  As 2020 draws to a close, I would like to share some bright spots regarding our Homeowner Association. Financial Update Our Association is happy to report that the year is closing with a balanced budget despite the challenge of managing the finances with a

Clubhouse Closed through December 31

Earlier today, Governor Kate Brown announced the continued closures due to COVID-19. With the latest announcement, the Mountain Park Clubhouse is extending its closure through December 31. For additional information, the risk level guidance chart provided by the State of Oregon can be found here. The Extreme Risk status of Clackamas County is expected to be reassessed within the next

Clubhouse Closure Extended

Due to the continued increase in the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon, the State has extended the freeze for gyms and fitness organizations. All booked reservations to use the Clubhouse have been cancelled. This includes the weight room, spin bikes, studios, fitness classes, and lap swim. Yard debris fob checkout will also be unavailable during this

State of Emergency Declared by City of Lake Oswego

Attention Mountain Park Homeowners, Due to wildfires in Clackamas County, the City of Lake Oswego has declared a state of emergency. The City Council for Lake Oswego had a special meeting today to discuss and ratify the decision to execute a State of Emergency in the city of Lake Oswego through Tuesday, September 15 at 5:00pm.

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