Lakewood City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 18 in observance of Presidents' Day.
Register now for Lakewood’s “Survive for 7” program to help your family prepare for a disaster.
Current high school seniors who live in Lakewood are eligible, regardless of where they go to school.
Lakewood Regional Medical Center and the City of Lakewood have teamed up to offer a Women's Health Series of lectures at the Burns Community Center
EDCO's free and easy drop-off service is offered every second and fourth Saturday of the month.
Lakewood's free Earth Walk event returns Saturday, March 9.
Learn more about these programs and attend upcoming free orientation meetings at Mayfair and Artesia High Schools.
Lakewood’s After-School Activity Zone is a free drop-in program for school-age children and preteens.
Doing your holiday shopping in Lakewood keeps tax dollars here at work in your own community.
Lakewood's two teen centers offer safe, fun ways for teens to spend their free time, including a holiday trivia bowl event on Dec. 15.
Sign-ups for Lakewood Youth Sports basketball take place Nov. 3-17 online or at all Lakewood parks.
Wearing their orange Fathom t-shirts, you may see Lakewood’s contract team of Fathom workers checking water meters outside homes over the coming weeks.
The annual Award of Valor luncheon will be held Wednesday, November 7 at The Centre.
Seniors and their family members are encouraged to take advantage of two free programs in October.
The Survive for 7 workshop and the statewide “Great California ShakeOut!” exercise are good basics for family preparedness.
One of the creative tools used to educate the public about how to prevent mosquito breeding and mosquito bites is the larger-than-life character Velma the Mosquito.
Lakewood Beautiful home awards were handed out on September 25. See photos, a video and a map of winning homes.
On Wednesday, October 3, beginning at 11:18 a.m Pacific time, US wireless carriers will send a text alert from FEMA to all WEA-enabled wireless phones across the country.
The Southeast Los Angeles County Workforce Development Board (SELACO) is holding a forum to gather input on services and training to benefit residents and employers.
If you’re a Lakewood city water customer, your newly installed smart meter enables you to see how much water you use every hour of the day.
Parents and children, ages 3-11, can enjoy an outdoor experience together and spend a night out under the stars at Monte Verde Park.
You are invited to attend an Alzheimer's Educational Series at Weingart Senior Center on Wednesday, September 19 from 10 to 11 a.m.
Online registration for the new Fall/Winter catalog of recreation and community services is open now.
Trendy designer brands at extra low prices will be offered at Macy’s new “Backstage” store-within-a-store at Lakewood Center starting Saturday, August 18.