Mountain Park has a beautiful event space available for rent, perfect for hosting large events or gatherings.
The room is open for rent to both residents and non-residents, with residents receiving a preferred rate.
The Hawthorn Room
Approximately 3,700 square feet
Located in the heart of Mountain Park in a beautifully wooded setting, the Hawthorn Room is the ideal place to host your wedding reception, anniversary, birthday party, or other social and business gatherings. Close to hotels, restaurants, downtown Portland and most freeways, the Hawthorn Room at Mountain Park makes for an easy place to access for you and your guests.
- Tall windows with natural lighting
- Outdoor balcony
- Patio furniture
- Dance floor
- Portable bar
- Full catering kitchen including commercial refrigerator, ice machine, staging counters, warming ovens and stove top, and freezer
- Occupancy: 150 people for an event with tables, 200 people for a cocktail style event
- High-end Bose sound system
- Contemporary AV equipment
- Viewing screens
- Sound system
- High-speed WIFI
- Stacking chairs
- 5-foot round tables (seats 8)
- 4-foot rectangular tables
- 6-foot rectangular tables
- 8-foot rectangular tables
Choosing vendors for your event can be a difficult decision. Below is a list of business in many aspects of the events industry that we have personally worked with in the past and that we recommend. Click on the company’s name to go to their website.
Dalton’s Northwest Catering – 503.639.7211
It’s Part Time Catering – 503.628.3616
Celebrate Catering – 503.603.4516
Voila Catering – 503.806.6658
Reedville Catering – 503.642.9898
Mandy Mahoney 503.951.1872
CAKE & SPECIALTY DESSERTS
OFFICIANTS & MINISTERS
BEAUTY & HEALTH
Want more information?
For questions, pricing, and tours, please contact our Events Coordinator Toni at
503-635-3561 or email@example.com
*Visitations of the Hawthorn Room are available by appointment only*
**Photos courtesy of: Dalton’s Catering, Sugar Momma’s Bake Shop, NW Mobile DJ Service and Once Upon a Bloom Florist.
The property owners adjacent to the sidewalk or street is responsible for maintaining plants to keep them from encroaching into street and sidewalks to create an obstruction or limit visibility.
Property either can be private property or Common Property. To determine property boundaries please see Where is my property line?
If private property is adjacent to sidewalks or streets the private property owner is responsible for maintenance.
If the property adjacent to streets is Common Property the Landscape Stewardship Department is responsible for maintenance. Please fill out a Common Property Work Request form and get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department.
Some Common Property is maintained by the adjacent property owners under Legacy landscaping. In situation like this the adjacent property owner is responsible for maintenance.
For view related issues see Question 8.
Private property trees are dropping just as much debris on Common Property as Common Property Trees on private property. The Landscape Stewardship Department will clean up Common Property. Private property owners are responsible for cleaning up private property. If you are concerned about dangerous limbs, please get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department.
The Landscape Stewardship Department doesn’t mediate such disputes. These are matters that must be resolved between the affected parties. You may need the support and assistance of a qualified consulting arborist to resolve such disputes.
Damage to trails or sidewalks are not normally considered justification for removing otherwise healthy and safe trees. Please get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department for evaluation.
Please get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department for evaluation.
Trees on Common Property will be considered for REMOVAL for the following reasons ONLY:
• The tree is dead and poses high risk of failure.
• The tree is diseased or in declining health.
• The tree is invasive.
If a hazard tree is on Common Property = HOA pays
If a hazard tree trunk is on Common Property and branches over private property = HOA pays
If the hazard tree fully or partially on private property = Owner/Requestor pays
Nuisance tree fully or partially on Common Property = Requestor pays
These requests will be taken to the Common Property Committee for further discussion. For more information please take a look at the Tree Removal Guidelines on the “Landscape Stewardship” page.
If there is a question about a tree being a hazard or a nuisance, please contact the Landscape Stewardship Department. If there is a disagreement between the Requestor and the Department, an ISA Tree Risk Assessor Qualified Arborist will do a risk assessment and evaluation.
Tree removal is NOT allowed on Common Property by residents or contractors hired by residents without approval by the Landscape Stewardship Department.
If you believe a tree needs to be removed from Common Property, please fill out a Common Property Work Request and get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department. These requests will be taken to the Common Property Committee for further discussion.
Yes, a permit is required to remove a tree with a trunk that is 6 inches in diameter at breast height (DBH) or greater. You need to apply for permit at the City of Lake Oswego: https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/trees
If the whole tree is on Common Property = HOA pays
Trunk on Common Property branches over private property = Cost sharing
If the whole tree is on Common Property = Requestor pays
Trunk on Common Property branches over private property = Requestor pays
These requests will be taken to the Common Property Committee for further discussion.
For more information please take a look at the Tree Pruning Guidelines on MPHOA’s website on the “Documents” page.
MPHOA does not guarantee the preservation of an EXISTING or PREVIOUS view. MPHOA does not permit the establishment of a view where none existed at the time of house purchase by the Requestor. These requests will be taken to the Common Property Committee for further discussion.
Pruning is NOT allowed on Common Property by residents or contractors hired by residents without approval by the Landscape Stewardship Department.
If you believe a tree needs pruning on Common Property, please fill out a Common Property Work Request and get in touch with the Landscape Stewardship Department. These requests will be taken to the Common Property Committee for further discussion.
Normal pruning and maintenance does not require a permit. Normal pruning consists of no more than the removal of 15% of the live crown. Topping, removing 50% or more of the tree (crown, trunk or root), or damaging a tree resulting in its death are all considered removal and can be subject to enforcement action.
Send an email to the Mountain Park Landscape Stewardship Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call the City of Lake Oswego Public Works at 503-635-0280
Option 1: Call the Clubhouse and ask for the CC&R Manager: (503) 635 3561
Option 2. Email the Landscape Stewardship Department: email@example.com
It is MPHOA tree if the tree is located on Common Property. To see where the property line is see Question 2.
Yes. There is no nailing, gluing, taping allowed on Mt. Park surfaces. Hard to pick up materials such as rice and glitter are not allowed.
Yes. The Mt. Park Clubhouse has public Wi-Fi.
MPHOA has a total of 47 parking spaces, 2 handicapped spaces, and an additional parking site available with 20 parking spaces located off of Jefferson Parkway & Independence at the tennis courts.
No. You are allowed to hire any caterer you like. However, we do offer a list of our preferred caterers.
Mt. Park staff will set up your tables and chairs but cannot set up decorations. You can set-up decorations yourself during your rental time frame. Caterers are required to set-up within your rental time frame as well.
Smoking is not allowed on Mt. Park premises. For smoking, please go to the city streets off Mt. Park grounds.
30 days prior to event.
Security is required if you have a party of 75+ and are serving alcohol. For any other circumstance, please discuss it with the events manager.
Must have an OLCC licensed server (we must have a copy of license); One day event liability insurance. You can obtain this through your homeowner or renters insurance. If you do not have either of those, you can obtain it through an outside company.