This program provides federal grant funding for community development projects that benefit Lakewood's low-income residents and neighborhoods. Grant funds can be used by the city and local non-profits whose mission is aligned with the program objectives.
Find links to services in our community including fire department, schools, libraries, public health, utilities and transportation.
Get more information about fair housing issues, illegal housing discrimination and residents' rights and responsibilities under the federal Fair Housing Act.
Head Start, early childhood education, family counseling, summer day camps, before-and after-school childcare and daycare.
Mediation is a way to solve problems. It is a way to settle disagreements with neighbors, family members or people who are threatening to take you to court.
We're better working together! Find resources and solutions, offer help and link up with others to strengthen your neighborhood and community.
Lakewood Rides offers door-through-door transportation for Lakewood residents 60 years of age or better and those with disabilities of any age.
Maps of Registered Neighborhood Associations, Organizations and more.
Residents can be active partners to make Lakewood a vibrant, more livable community through the events and programs of our unique certification program.
Discover the community-building benefits of neighborhood organizations and how to start and register yours today.
The city offers grants for qualifying neighborhood projects. Learn more about the program and project criteria.
Engage with fellow residents and Lakewood Police in an active, successful program to reduce crime in your area.