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Lake Oswego At A Glance

Moving in Lake Oswego

Being in Lake Oswego for the first time can be both exhilarating and daunting. There's an enormous amount to take in. Your friends at All My Sons Moving & Storage want to help you transition into our community by preparing you with some things to expect.
 
The State of Oregon is known for its natural beauty, commitment to environmentally-friendly lifestyles, and active, friendly residents.  Most Oregon cities possess these desirable qualities, but not all of them can call attention to their nationally-recognized school districts, beautiful lakefronts, and safe, cozy communities like Lake Oswego .  All My Sons Moving and Storage is happy to provide a few reasons why we love our friendly community so much, we just can’t wait to share it with you!
 
The City of Lake Oswego is situated eight miles south of Portland and 45 minutes north of Salem by the Willamette River and around, you guessed it, Lake Oswego .  Commercial development is light and well-outnumbered by tidy neighborhoods kept in line by nine different homeowner associations.  As a result, the 35,000 residents of Lake Oswego enjoy a friendly community built to appreciate natural landscaping and peaceful, lakeside living. 
 
Beautiful lakefront properties line the 405-acre lake, which offers countless opportunities to enjoy various water sports and other outdoor activities.  Lake Oswego caters to a full range of citizens, from school-aged children to senior residents.  The award-winning Lake Oswego Adult Community Center offers non-stop schedules of activities for senior residents, including classes on multiple topics, services, activity clubs, clinics, travel opportunities, and much more.
 
For the adults of tomorrow, the Lake Oswego School District ranks among the best in the nation.  All of the district’s 13 schools currently have ratings of “strong” or “exceptional,” and over 90% of Lake Oswego high school students continue their education at institutions of higher education. 
 
Though state parks and reserves abound in Oregon , Lake Oswego citizens frequent Tryon Creek State Park to indulge their inner hiker, biker, and horse rider.  The park’s nature center features classes and special events several months a year, and even residents with mobility-related disabilities can enjoy the splendor and peace of Tryon Creek on the fully-accessible Trillium Trail.
   
Our All My Sons movers in Lake Oswego know this is only the tip of the iceberg, but even this small amount of information leaves us nodding in agreement at Lake Oswego ’s number 32 ranking in Money Magazine’s 2007 list of the Top 100 Places to Live. We invite you to experience Lake Oswego for yourself!