Lake Oswego is located in the northwestern part of the state of Oregon and a city in Clackamas county, that sits along the Willamette River, which is just on the southern part of Portland. The ruins of the Willamette Iron Company will recall the city’s early years when the iron industry was established along Iron Mountain, wherein at present, was already laid out as a golf course. The area’s settlers arrived in the 1850s on the site where the Clackamas Indians were encamped, and was then called as Oswego, but was later on renamed to Lake Oswego, and has been mainly serving as a residential hub to Portland. A number of the older neighborhoods in the city were built in the Tudor Revival, and that the English Cottage styles became popular in the 1920s.

Population 37,610  (5.30%)

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