Easement Map

Easement Overview 

There are approximately 3000 homes that have deeded lake access to join one of 20 lakefront easements for boating and recreational use of Oswego Lake.  Each easement is governed by its own individual set of by-laws and has its own volunteer board of diretors.  Facilities and rate structures vary from easement to easment.  

Oswego Lake is managed by the Lake Oswego Corporation (LOC).  The LOC is dedicated to ensuring the unique quality of life afforded by our beautiful lakefront environment. Access to an easement on Oswego Lake is a privilege, not a right.  The Lake is governed by rules and regulations designed to maintain the safety of all of the Lake’s users and residents, and the protection of surrounding personal property.

Joining an Easement 

You must reside in the residence with granted access to be a member of an easement.  You can check your eligibility in the address lookup below.

Additional information about each easement can be found at their easement page listed below. You may contact an easement officer directly to setup a tour and ask additional questions in relation to slip availability and fees.

Easement members must complete applications and pay fees to both the easement and the Lake Oswego Corporation to gain access to the lake through the easement.  

Easement applications can be obtained from the easement officer or from the link on their easement page (if available). All easement members must also register with the LOC. 

The Registration for Lake User form can be found here.  Return the completed form with your appropriate fee to the LOC.  Be sure to indicate which easement you joined.

Easement Eligibility

Enter only the street number of the property in question.Read the Terms and Conditions