Lakewood Center's “Santa HQ” turns the tradition of visiting Santa into a high-tech, family-fun activity.
Lakewood CityTV’s video “Honoring Lakewood Veterans Brick by Brick: Miller Family” tells the story of one Lakewood family’s four World War II veterans.
The Bolivar Park stormwater project is scheduled to be completed by April 2018, and a similar project will begin at Mayfair Park.
The poster collection, now available online, tells the story of the innovative building and mall through text and historic photos.
More information for residents interested in the decision to change contractors for billing and customer service.
Beginning October 23, 2017, the City of Lakewood will begin issuing utility bills with the assistance of Fathom, the city's new billing and customer service contractor.
Low-to-moderate income residents may apply for grants and interest-free deferred-payment loans to repair and rehabilitate their homes.
Lakewood's Bolivar Park refurbished playground equipment has been installed in Matapalo, Costa Rica to the delight of the entire community.
EDCO is now the direct point of contact for Lakewood residents.
In 2016, 111 Lakewood school projects received grants totaling $51,830. Your help is needed again this year.
Mosquitoes can quickly breed in water left standing for just a few days, leading to the spread of diseases like West Nile virus and the new threat of the Zika virus.
California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon honored World War II veteran and Lakewood resident Sam Sachs as the 2017 Veteran of the Year for the 63rd Assembly District.
Eleven Lakewood students honored for academics and service.
Lakewood is one of only 31 cities in California and 258 cities nationwide honored by KaBOOM!
Assembly Bill 1250 would make it very hard and very costly for cities, including Lakewood, to contract for services.
Lakewood veteran Sam Sachs recently celebrated his 102nd birthday surrounded by fellow veterans, friends and family.
Victor Thompson was honored at the City of Lakewood's recent appreciation luncheon for all senior volunteers.
Donations are still needed and greatly appreciated to help the Rotary Club of Lakewood refurbish, transport and install old Lakewood playground equipment in Costa Rica.
Thanks to the efforts of runners and volunteers, Lakewood Run proceeds will help local nonprofit programs.
Lakewood Council Member Steve Croft is the new board president of GLACVCD.
Project Shepherd volunteers are recognized with an "I Made A Difference" pin for helping neighbors in need in this Lakewood CityTV video.
For the Lakewood Education Foundation, 2016 was a record-breaking year. They fulfilled 111 classroom improvement grant requests from Lakewood schools, giving a total of $51,830.
Residents can use the safe viewing area to watch the work progress on Bolivar Park.
For the 14th straight year, Lakewood Sheriff's deputies have put Christmas decorations on the home of Deputy Dave Powell's widow, Emma.
In the past year, Mayor Ron Piazza and Lakewood City Council Members have honored over 800 residents and business community members who have made a difference in the community.
When the innovative stormwater-capture project is completed, Bolivar Park will also receive new picnic shelters.
The two newest reasons to “Shop Lakewood” happen Thursday, September 22, when BevMo! and H&M open their doors to the public for special grand opening events.
Lakewood is one of only 30 cities in California and 257 cities nationwide honored by KaBOOM!
New campaign recognizes those who 'made a difference' in Lakewood.
New fitness and play area opens at Rynerson Park.
A tip from Lakewood Home & Garden.
CityTV continues its series of profiles of local businesses.
Lakewood has come up with a solution to help our trees and landscaping make it through the drought using recycled water.
Lakewood CityTV offers a special in-depth look at the stirring poem, "The Boys of Del Valle Park," as told through historic video footage and interviews.
Lakewood's Dennis Lander receives veterans award from Assemblyman Anthony Rendon.
Lakewood’s tradition of bringing community life to pictures and video was evident at this year’s special Memorial Day.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and Lakewood Station deputies are reminding drivers of the importance of staying focused when behind the wheel.