Lake Oswego is a charming little lakeside town located in northwestern Oregon. It’s generally considered to be a residential suburb of Portland, which is located just a 10-minute drive via the I-5 North Interstate.
The city is mostly made up of middle-class homeowners. It’s a safe city with a low crime rate, and there are a number of small locally-owned businesses including brick-and-mortar shops, professional and residential services, and some good restaurants as well.
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Lake Oswego is predominantly White, middle-class, and features a strong family-friendly environment. There are a number of beautiful cabins and lakeside homes here which has also helped it turn into a popular retirement destination. As of 2019, residents are also officially allowed to use Lake Oswego for recreational fishing, boating, and swimming. This has resulted in a lot of Portland visitors coming into town to enjoy a day off in the water.
There are currently 39,822 residents living in Lake Oswego, Oregon making it a sizeable residential suburb. Below is the most recent cultural demographic breakdown of the area:
- 0.7% Black/African American
- 86% White
- 7.1% Hispanic/Latino
- 5.2% Asian
The median income for Lake Oswego residents is $100,461 per year and the city features a low poverty rate of just 4.5%, making it one of Portlands wealthier suburbs.
- Before Lake Oswego became a residential suburb, it was once a manufacturing hub for the production of iron.
- There is a lot of debate over Lake Oswego, which lies in the center of the city, is private property or public city property. As of 2019 the Supreme Court officially ruled that residents could enter the water for recreational use and that the city couldn’t stop them.
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