The U.S. and California are entering a dangerous period for the spread of COVID.
You can help bring cheer to a child in need and food for a family through the traditional or online Teddy Bear Tree program.
Make your reservation now for a free flu shot at Palms Park on Dec. 4.
If you are receiving Unemployment Insurance benefits, be vigilant about watching for signs of fraud on your account.
The Park Alternative Learning Sites (PALS) program is offered at three park locations from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. for children in first through fifth grades.
Lakewood City Hall has moved the check-in process inside City Hall near the west entrance off Clark Avenue.
Registration for the new online Fall/Winter catalog of recreation and community services is open.
Lakewood Center is hosting an outdoor summer sale event every Friday through Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m.
The LASD is warning of a new scam involving contact tracing related to the COVID-19 emergency.
Be sure to join us online each Thursday evening from June 18 to August 6 at 5:30 p.m. for the latest virtual summer concert!
Street sweeping parking enforcement resume in Lakewood beginning the week of July 6.
Show your patriotic spirit and love for Lakewood and our country by decorating your home, front yard, car, bike, stroller, wagon, or pretty much anything you'd like to dress up in red, white and blue.
Lakewood residents now can get a COVID-19 test at local CVS Minute Clinics.
To ensure the most accurate and up to date information, the Lakewood Summer Recreation catalog will not be printed, but will be available online only.
It only takes a few minutes to complete your census response online.
Vans Shoes recently approached the City of Lakewood about wanting to donate 100 pairs of their colorful, youth-oriented shoes to a worthy group or cause in our community.
On Saturday, May 9, Lakewood residents, businesses and organizations showed local families in need that the community truly cared, providing over 1,000 recipients with care packages at a drive-through event at Lakewood Center.
Lakewood property owners who are unable to pay their property taxes by the April 10 deadline due to the direct effect of the public health crisis, may submit an online request for penalty cancellation beginning April 11.
Watch this special Lakewood CityTV video of Mayor Todd Rogers discussing the new public health order, "Safer At Home," and what it means for Lakewood.
Thanks to the runners, spectators, and volunteers who turned out on Saturday, March 7, local charities will receive a boost.
The L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers organization enables people to anonymously give tips about suspects and to receive an award of up to $1,000 if a suspect is arrested.
Lakewood Station deputy sheriffs and volunteers honor the selflessness of one remarkable young 'Shop With A Cop' recipient.
Submit stories and a photo of your Lakewood-connected veteran or active duty service member to be featured on the Veterans History Project website.
Protect your family from mosquitoes with these tips.
A Los Angeles Times food critic has ventured to our city to try a creative, cross-cultural taco restaurant that’s been getting rave reviews on Yelp.
See the photos from the National Night Out and Community BBQ held at Palms Park on Friday, August 9.
Watch Lakewood CityTV's video for easy tips to keep pets safe in the heat.
David Sprengel, a 29-year member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, has been promoted to captain and named the new commander of the station.
The Lakewood Sheriff’s “Special Assignment Officers” (SAO) team is engaging in undercover operations to arrest and cite the sellers of illegal fireworks.
Lakewood's 65th Anniversary was celebrated with a '50s-themed event at Del Valle Park and a special lunch at the Weingart Senior Center.
Jeff Wood named vice mayor, as the Lakewood City Council completed its annual reorganization on March 26.
By October 1, 2020 all California residents will be required to show a REAL ID-compliant driver's license or identification card in order to board a domestic flight.
The newly remodeled Burns Community Center has expanded their class offerings for the active senior.