EDCO's free and easy drop-off service returns on July 25.
There are resources available to help small businesses and their employees facing reduced hours or layoffs.
Read this progress report on what's happened so far in the creation of a Lakewood community-wide dialogue and action plan.
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.
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.
Mothers at Work Children's Center has immediate openings to help serve the needs of the community.
In order to abide by the county Public Health Order and prevent large gatherings of people that could spread the coronavirus, the City of Lakewood regrettably cannot allow neighborhood street block parties on July 4th or other times this year while the current Public Health Order for L.A. County is in effect.
At their June 23 meeting, the Lakewood City Council approved the appointment of seven residents and business community members to the Measure L Citizens Oversight Committee.
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.
The Lakewood Sheriff’s Station is asking for the public's help to report the sale or use of illegal fireworks immediately.
Lakewood City Hall reopened to the public on Monday, June 15, with safety protocols illustrated with Woody the Tree.
Lakewood residents now can get a COVID-19 test at local CVS Minute Clinics.
Although Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA) has closed the Care Center to the public due to the public health order, outdoor vaccination clinics and licensing are available.
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.
The situation is much calmer today in Lakewood, after a Sunday that saw some looting in commercial areas of the city.
The devastating citrus disease Huanglongbing (HLB) was detected in a residential citrus tree in Lakewood and is spreading to new areas.
It only takes a few minutes to complete your census response online.
Construction began Monday, April 27 to add dual left-turn lanes in all four directions at this busy intersection.
The spring rains in our region have created additional breeding sources for mosquitoes. Be sure to "tip and toss" sources of water around the house.
Over the next 12 weeks, the U.S. Census Bureau will be conducting a COVID-19 online survey of 13.8 million households across the country.
Lakewood’s free Bulky Item Pickup program helps residents declutter.
A good strategy right now, especially for people over 60 or with underlying health issues, is to do your grocery shopping during special hours or online with delivery or pickup outside the store.
Federal economic impact payments (aka stimulus checks) have been rolling out since mid-April by the Internal Revenue Service.
These Lakewood restaurants are open to serve you.
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.
An insect called the Asian citrus psyllid spreads the disease as it feeds on leaves. The main way the psyllid spreads throughout the state is by people transporting infested plants or plant material.