Water-saving rain barrels are available for pre-order and pickup at a free Rainwater Harvesting class to be held at the Weingart Senior Center on Saturday, Nov. 9.
Water Use and Drought News
If you’re a Lakewood city water customer, your new smart meter enables you to see how much water you use every hour of the day.
The Lakewood Beautiful program is ready to recognize Lakewood residents who take extra care to keep their homes and yards (and local neighborhoods) looking great! Submit a nomination by May 10.
On Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) will host its annual Groundwater Festival, "Treasure Beneath Our Feet."
Wearing their orange Fathom t-shirts, you may see Lakewood’s contract team of Fathom workers checking water meters outside homes over the coming weeks.
Lakewood is now the first city in California to have completed a major stormwater capture project funded by the California Department of Transportation.
Lakewood residents can have the convenience of paying their city trash and water utility bills online.
More information for residents interested in the decision to change contractors for billing and customer service.