Make your reservations early for the popular Mother’s Day brunch at The Centre at Sycamore Plaza.
Lakewood’s free Bulky Item Pickup program helps residents declutter.
Metro is planning a new 20-mile light rail transit line connecting downtown Los Angeles to southeast L.A. County. Attend a meeting to learn more and give input.
Friends of the Lakewood Libraries (FOLL) is offering scholarships to eligible high school seniors and current college or trade school students.
Safely dispose of unwanted or expired medications at the Lakewood Sheriff's Station event.
Current high school seniors who live in Lakewood are eligible, regardless of where they go to school.
EDCO's free and easy drop-off service is now every second and fourth Saturday of the month.
The Lakewood State of the City annual luncheon included the viewing of the city's informative and humorous annual report video.
The Volunteer Day program is looking for project sites for its Saturday, April 14 cleanup and fix-up event.
Holiday greetings and letters of thanks to deployed U.S. troops are being collected around the city through December 11.
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.