Lakewood water customers are invited to helpful how-to sessions on the new smart meters and Fathom-Lakewood website.
Lakewood is committed to continuing to reflect your priorities to the greatest extent that we can. We need and want to hear from you!
Teachers must apply by Sept. 27 for classroom grants of materials and technology of up to $500.
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.
Visitors will find low-priced deals on used books and media at the Friends of the Lakewood Libraries (FOLL) sale on Saturday, Oct. 12.
On Friday, October 25 from 4:30 to 10 p.m., the Lakewood Sheriff’s station will be transformed into “The Haunted Jail.”
Get information on admissions, testing, transcripts, transfers, enrollment registration, fees and deadlines.
Low-income residents may apply for grants and interest-free deferred-payment loans to repair and rehabilitate their homes.
The statewide “Great California ShakeOut!” exercise is Thursday, October 17 at 10:17 a.m.
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.
Sign-ups for this year’s Lakewood Education Foundation (LEF) charity golf tournament are underway.
September is National Preparedness Month, promoting family and community emergency planning now and throughout the year.
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.
Sign up now for summer fun with Lakewood's recreation catalog.
Did you play the 65th Anniversary trivia question contest on Facebook?
Lakewood has four spectacular travel trips planned for the summer. Just register, board the bus and enjoy the ride to your next adventure!
You can have a beautiful yard while conserving water and saving money by learning how to get the most out of your irrigation system at this free workshop.
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."