Residents can participate in a Zoom Town Hall meeting and/or submit comments to be part of the dialogue.
Lakewood City Hall has moved the check-in process inside City Hall near the west entrance off Clark Avenue.
Stuckey is first African-American council member in city history.
National Night Out is an annual initiative to unite residents in neighborhoods across America in building strong, positive relationships with their public safety personnel.
Lakewood's annual College Fair will be held virtually this year on our website from October 13-27. Register for one of three free live webinars now.
If you’ve completed yours, please remind your neighbors to help ensure that everyone in Lakewood, including children, is counted.
September is National Preparedness Month and the City of Lakewood is ready with resources and activities to help families prepare and to promote community disaster planning.
Gather your family, load the car with blankets and snacks, and enjoy a Saturday night drive-in movie experience at the Lakewood Center mall south parking lot, located along Del Amo Blvd.
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 Park Alternative Learning Sites (PALS) program is offered at 8 park locations from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. for children in first through fifth grades. Registration starts Sept. 4 for Session II.
Cooling centers are open during normal operating hours at Bloomfield Park and Mayfair Park's Swim Pavilion.
Census takers are now visiting homes that haven't yet responded to the 2020 Census.
The latest book from Don (or D.J. as he is also known) is "Becoming Los Angeles: Myth, Memory, and a Sense of Place."
If you need help paying your natural gas bill, SoCalGas has extended its assistance fund for qualifying residents.
West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Lakewood. Follow these tips to protect yourself.
A Lakewood urgent care facility is one of the few in our region to now offer the FDA-approved COVID-19 rapid test that provides results while you wait, usually within 15 minutes.
State rolls back reopenings of some businesses, effective July 13
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!
EDCO's free and easy twice per month drop-off service resumed July 25.
There are resources available to help small businesses and their employees facing reduced hours or layoffs.
The L.A. County Department of Public Health announced the reopening of new sectors as of Friday, June 19. An amendment was made on June 28.
Street sweeping parking enforcement resume in Lakewood beginning the week of July 6.
Mothers at Work Children's Center has immediate openings to help serve the needs of the community.