Sign-ups for Lakewood Youth Sports basketball take place Dec. 7-21 online or at all Lakewood parks.
Lakewood City Hall will be closed the week of Dec. 23-27 and on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Read on for service changes.
Visit the recently remodeled Vons supermarket, featuring an updated decor and an expanded Starbucks.
SEAACA is offering a fall special when you adopt a pet now through Dec. 14.
Starting Thursday, Dec. 26, Lakewood residents can recycle their Christmas trees and get extra holiday trash hauled away with assistance from the city's waste hauler, EDCO Waste and Recycling Services.
Doing your holiday shopping in Lakewood keeps tax dollars here at work in your own community.
On Saturday, Jan. 25, climb aboard for Lakewood's next travel adventure: whale watching.
Volunteer coaches are needed for basketball teams for the upcoming season at Lakewood parks.
Many of the 1,200 residents that Lakewood Project Shepherd serves during the holidays are kids—kids who could really use a toy for the holidays.
Lakewood Center's “Santa HQ” turns the tradition of visiting Santa into a high-tech, family-fun activity.
On Jan. 10, the Play at Palms series concludes with Movie Night Under the Stars featuring Dumbo (2019).
On Saturday, Oct. 19, the Lakewood Farmers Market marked its 3rd anniversary with a Grand Re-opening celebration and harvest festival.
Long Beach City College’s 47th Hall of Fame class will induct five honorees, including 39-year Lakewood employee and Community Services Manager Chuck Martucci, at its award ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
There are three Lakewood Hall of Famers playing in the October 9 and 10 baseball playoffs. Can you name them?
Lakewood Beautiful home awards were handed out on September 25. See photos, a video and a map of winning homes.
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 Sept. 11 Patriot Day commemoration.
Come to Lakewood Center's Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Farmers and Merchants Bank will be offering a series of free financial workshops in the fall and winter at Burns Community Center and Palms Park.
Lakewood residents wanting advanced disaster-prep training should take the three-day "Basic CERT" class.
The Survive for 7 workshop and the statewide “Great California ShakeOut!” exercise are good basics for family preparedness.
Lakewood’s After-School Activity Zone is a free drop-in program for school-age children and preteens.
Online registration for the new Fall/Winter catalog of recreation and community services starts August 31.
It's easy to save money on back-to-school needs…and help your local community ...by shopping local in Lakewood.
EDCO's free and easy drop-off service is offered every second and fourth Saturday of the month.
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.