Sports. Play. Community.

Rassekh Park Development
Learn MoreGet Involved

Sports. Play. Community.

Rassekh Park Development
Learn MoreGet Involved

About the Project.

The City is creating a new sports field.

The City of Lake Oswego is developing a new multi-purpose sports field and play area at the Rassekh Property.  Athletic fields in Lake Oswego are in high demand and this new park will help fulfill the vision of the Parks 2025 Initiative as well as the City Council’s goal of implementing bond-funded Parks & Recreation projects. When completed, the park will be a place for young athletes, sports fans, families, and neighbors to play and compete.

Community feedback will help shape the park design and facilities. Visit the “Get Involved” tab to learn about opportunities to provide your thoughts and ideas.

Introduction from the Project Manager.

Video tour of the site.

Information about public outreach.

Project Timeline.

1

Schematic Design

Spring 2021

The project team will develop conceptual ideas for the layout and program of the park based on feedback from the community and Public Advisory Committee.

2

Design Development

Summer 2021

Community members will have the opportunity to review the design progression at an open house. The approved design concept will be advanced through plans and details and submitted for land use review at the city.

3

Construction Documents

Fall 2021-Winter 2022

The project team will present the project to Lake Oswego’s Development Review Commission and finalize the design to create drawings a contractor can build off of. Community members can stay connected to the project through this website.

4

Permitting & Bidding

Spring 2022

The project team will obtain the necessary permits for construction and a contractor will be awarded a contract to build the project.

5

Construction

Summer and Fall 2022

A contractor will construct the park. Check this website for the latest updates!

1

Schematic Design

Spring 2021

The project team will develop conceptual ideas for the layout and program of the park based on feedback from the community and Public Advisory Committee.

2

Design Development

Summer 2021

Community members will have the opportunity to review the design progression at an open house. The approved design concept will be advanced through plans and details and submitted for land use review at the city.

3

Construction Documents

Fall 2021-Winter 2022

The project team will present the project to Lake Oswego’s Development Review Commission and finalize the design to create drawings a contractor can build off of. Community members can stay connected to the project through this website.

4

Permitting & Bidding

Spring 2022

The project team will obtain the necessary permits for construction and a contractor will be awarded a contract to build the project.

5

Construction

Summer and Fall 2022

A contractor will construct the park. Check this website for the latest updates!

Get Involved.

Online Open House

An online open house was held June 4th - June 13th. Thank you to everyone who visited. The survey questions are now closed, but you can still view the open house at the link below. 

 

Neighborhood Meeting

The neighborhood meeting will be open to residents of the Palisades, McVey-South Shore, Blue Heron, Westridge and Stafford Hamlet neighborhoods.

More information coming soon.

Project Advisory Committee

The Project Advisory Committee advises the project team. It is made up of neighbors, stakeholders, and Parks staff.

Documents.

Parks Plan 2025

Luscher Area Master Plan

2011 Athletic Field Requirements Study

2019 Athletic Fields Requirements Report

Visioning Survey Report

Stay Connected.

Questions? Comments? Want to sign up for our mailing list? Contact Jenny Anderson below or use the comment box.

 

Project Contact:

Jenny Anderson
Park Analyst / Project Manager
Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation
Phone: 503-697-6576
Email: janderson@lakeoswego.city

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