The City Clerk's duties include city council agendas, public records act requests, local elections, legal noticing and city records management.
Lakewood's budget, comprehensive financial reports, enterprise systems, salary data, and building and zoning code information can be found here.
Lakewood is a general law city. The five city council members are elected for overlapping four-year terms.
Get information on how to register to vote and learn about upcoming elections. The Lakewood City Council consists of five members elected to serve a four-year term.
Learn about the City of Lakewood's Commissions, Board and Committees.
Lakewood City Council Member information, and links to the council meeting calendar, agendas and minutes.
Current job openings with the City of Lakewood.
The City Manager's Office coordinates a very active legislative program focused on protecting the interests of our community and identifying resources available to enhance City series and programs.
Learn more about the current projects funded by sales tax revenue provided by Measure L.
REDI stands for race, equity, diversity and inclusion. The Lakewood City Council approved the creation of a Lakewood community-wide dialogue and action plan.
Lakewood residents and community leaders gather at The Centre in Lakewood early each year to view the annual report video and hear remarks from the mayor and the Lakewood Sheriff Station's captain.
Information on COVID-19 pertinent to Lakewood residents, including public health updates from Los Angeles County.