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Welcome to the Waluga Neighborhood, Est. 1976

Welcome to our neighborhood! The Waluga Neighborhood Association was founded and formally recognized by the city of Lake Oswego, Oregon in 1976. The name comes from the local Native American word meaning place of the swans. Accordingly our logo features a swan.

Participation in a neighborhood association is voluntary and open to all who live in or own property or a business within our neighborhood’s boundary. One of nineteen formally recognized neighborhood associations, WNA offers an opportunity for citizens to participate in decision-making in our area as well as to get to know each other through neighborhood gatherings such as picnics and our annual meeting.

We also sponsor an emergency preparedness effort, which began with the appointment of volunteer coordinators for each of the residential blocks in the neighborhood and will continue to expand as more volunteers step forward from the multi- complexes. Our guiding principle is that we can survive better by cooperating than by acting alone in the wake of an emergency such as an earthquake or devastating snowstorm.

We are happy to have you as our neighbor and wish to extend a cordial invitation to attend our WNA Board meetings that are usually held on the third Thursday of the month. During the school year, the meetings are held at the Lake Grove Elementary School. During the summer, we find other places to meet. If you would like to attend, please contact us.

Once a year, usually in October, we hold a general meeting at Lake Grove Elementary, for which the announcement of time and speakers is posted on this website.