West Coast Self-Storage Lake Oswego
5650 Rosewood St, Lake Oswego, OR 97035
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Storage Lake Oswego, OR
Our team of experienced storage professionals understand how difficult moving can be and we’re here to help make your Lake Oswego self-storage and moving days easier. Whether you’re looking for a short-term storage rental or you need a longer-term business storage solution we have flexible options for everyone and a large selection of unit sizes to choose from. If you’re a Tualatin storage user we invite you to check us out before making your next decision about a storage solution.
Convenient Storage Solutions
Storage near Tigard, Tualatin, and King City
We’ve made it easy to find storage rentals near you. We’re conveniently located to Tigard, Tualatin, King City, and SW Portland, and we serve the neighborhoods of Bryant, Durham, Lake Grove, and Blue Heron. If you’re doing shopping at Bridgeport Village, we’re just right up the road. Call us at (503) 636-5050 to reserve a unit today.
Uhaul Moving Truck Rental
We’re an authorized U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer. Rent a truck for your next local move with us by calling us directly to make your reservation or visit U Haul and reserve online. Just another way West Coast Self-Storage helps take the stress out of your move.
Moving Boxes & Packing Supplies
At West Coast Self-Storage, you get storage solutions from a team who has been in the industry for many years. This means we know exactly what you need to make your moving and storing days complete. At our facility, we carry a wide range of moving boxes and packing supplies to help you handle all of your storage needs.
You may not know this, but temperature swings can affect the life of your belongings. That’s why our entire storage facility and each storage unit is heated. This also makes working in your unit more comfortable.
About our Cook Neighborhood in Lake Oswego
The Cook Neighborhood, while not specifically designated by the city, is located near the cross streets of Boones Ferry Road and Pilkington Road in southeast Lake Oswego. Here, you’ll find a plethora of restaurants, retail businesses, and residential homes.
If you’re in the market for an RV, RV Northwest is just north of us. They offer both RV sales and RV rentals.
If you’re looking for lunch spot, Café Yumm – Meridan Square serves up great rice bowls, wraps, and salads. They’re just south of us on Lower Boones Ferry Rd.
For dinner, we might suggest going up the road into the Lake Grove neighborhood for dinner at either Jefe, a restaurant serving modern Mexican fare, or La Provence Boulangerie & Patisserie, a French bistro serving breakfast, dinner, and baked goods.
Lake Oswego is one of the premier Oregon cities to live in. Located south of Portland on the Willamette River, the town has a population of close to 37,000 and is centered around Lake Oswego, a 395-acre lake in the middle of the city surrounded by beautiful homes, and featuring boating and swimming. Lake Oswego is also home to 24 developed parks, public and private golf courses, and the historic “First Addition” neighborhood, named by Cottage Living magazine as one of the ten best cottage communities in the country for its beautiful architecture and easy access to the downtown shopping area.
Among the city’s accolades, Lake Oswego schools ranked # 1 in the state of Oregon based on average test scores. It has also been identified as one of the top ten most desirable places for parents to live in a 2014 survey by ZipRealty.