Lakewood City Hall will be closed the week of December 25-29 and on Monday, January 1, reopening on Tuesday, January 2.
Assembly Member Anthony Rendon is hosting a free event to teach seniors how to protect themselves from a variety of scams.
Lakewood’s two teen centers offer safe, fun and positive ways for teens to spend their free time after school.
Holiday greetings and letters of thanks to deployed U.S. troops are being collected around the city through December 11.
Help someone choose the perfect pet -- surprise them with the gift of an idea to adopt, with help (and a 50% discount) from SEAACA.
Due to the upcoming holidays, EDCO will not be open for hazardous and e-waste collection on December 23.
Lakewood Center's “Santa HQ” turns the tradition of visiting Santa into a high-tech, family-fun activity.
Many of the 2,000 residents that Lakewood Project Shepherd serves during the holidays are kids—kids who could really use a toy for the holidays.
Beginning October 23, 2017, the City of Lakewood will begin issuing utility bills with the assistance of Fathom, the city's new billing and customer service contractor.
City-authorized inspections of every water meter in the city will be done by Fathom staff from September 18 through mid-October.
This year is the 65th anniversary of the opening of Lakewood Center and its anchor tenant, the Macy’s building.
Howard Chambers served 41 years as chief executive of Lakewood.
Order a commemorative brick for future installation at Del Valle Park Veterans Memorial Plaza.
Lakewood’s free Bulky Item Pickup program helps residents declutter.