FLASHING YELLOW ARROWS — The Oregon Department of Transportation is working on plans to install flashing yellow arrows on three of six traffic signals along Highway 43, according to the city. The project could begin in July.

YOUTH ADVISERS — The city is accepting applications from volunteers for youth positions on advisory boards. Terms last one year. Applications are due Aug. 15. More information is available at

SUMMER CONCERTS — The city’s free Sounds of Summer Concerts begin next week with The Radical Revolution performing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Foothills Park. Patrick Lamb Band is scheduled for July 17, Curtis Salgado for July 24 and 5 Guys Named Moe for July 31. These shows all take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Foothills Park. August’s lineup will shift the series to Westlake Park. The city also will offer a number of concerts this summer.

RAILROAD CROSSING — Officials are gearing up to publicize an upcoming improvement project at the Lower Boones Ferry Road railroad crossing, also called Chow Corner, that will provide pedestrian pathways connecting Lake Oswego to Tualatin while fixing up crumbling rail crossings.

The project is located at the rail crossing on Boones Ferry Road between Jean Way and 63rd Avenue. It will require the complete closure of a section of Boones Ferry Road to all traffic for five days in August.

WELCOME BACK — With the new asphalt put in place Saturday, plans are underway for a Welcome Back To Second Street party. A tentative date of Aug. 3 has been set with live music planned.

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