Meetings will be held at five parks through August 19.
One-stop event offers convenient pet licensing, vaccinations and products.
Photos and video of the May 27 Memorial Day ceremony at the Del Valle Park Veterans Memorial Plaza are now available online.
Registration is open now for Lakewood's summer recreation catalog.
Did you play the 65th Anniversary trivia question contest on Facebook?
Metallic balloons, popular for parties and celebrations, are extremely dangerous when released--intentionally or not--to drift into power lines.
You can have a beautiful yard while conserving water and saving money by learning how to get the most out of your irrigation system at this free workshop.
9-1-1 Operators have a stressful job, talking with residents who themselves are in very stressful and sometimes emergency situations.
The Lakewood Beautiful program is ready to recognize Lakewood residents who take extra care to keep their homes and yards (and local neighborhoods) looking great! Submit a nomination by May 10.
Lakewood's 65th Anniversary was celebrated with a '50s-themed event at Del Valle Park and a special lunch at the Weingart Senior Center.
Each week from April 18 through May 30 we will post a trivia question about a decade in Lakewood's past on our Facebook page for a chance to win a 65th Anniversary prize pack.
Construction will begin on April 12 to remove the concrete fountain and blocks that comprise the “urban stream” in front of The Centre.
Jeff Wood named vice mayor, as the Lakewood City Council completed its annual reorganization on March 26.
The Southern California Gas Co. will conduct lane closures on Del Amo Boulevard in the area of the 605 Freeway, starting on Monday, March 25.
Be sure to "tip and toss" any standing water in your home and yard as mosquitoes can complete their life cycles from egg to adult in about one week.
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.
Two options for Lakewood residents.
The 2018 Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame Co-Athletes of the Year are Heder Gladden and Christopher Adimora.
Classes begin in February at the Pacific Coast Campus and are offered in the evenings and Saturdays to accommodate work schedules.
The newly remodeled Burns Community Center has expanded their class offerings for the active senior.
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.
The Lakewood State of the City annual luncheon included the viewing of the city's informative annual report video.
A new round of significant construction and maintenance improvements began Jan. 26 and will run through late May 2019.
The city’s Budget Advisory Group held its third monthly meeting on Jan. 14, hearing presentations and asking questions about Lakewood’s $50 million annual municipal budget.
Learn more about these programs and attend upcoming free orientation meetings at Mayfair and Artesia High Schools.
In Lakewood, state and federal agriculture officials are going door-to-door to inspect for the Asian citrus psyllid and devastating citrus disease HLB.
Lakewood’s After-School Activity Zone is a free drop-in program for school-age children and preteens.
TAP is a program that allows you to get where you need to go across Los Angeles County on public transit without the hassle of carrying coins.
The Lakewood City Council joined local residents in celebrating the renovation of the Burns Community Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, Nov. 12.
Take the quiz to see if you are vulnerable.
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.
Have your say in the Metro NextGen Bus Study.
Low-income residents may apply for grants and interest-free deferred-payment loans to repair and rehabilitate their homes.
View the Lakewood CityTV video and photo gallery of the September 11 Patriot Day commemoration.
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.
Can you guess what it is?