City Clerk's Office

City Clerk's Office Front Desk with People

The City Clerk’s Office serves as a general information center for the public. We can help you with the items listed on this page.

Department Head

Michele Millard, City Clerk

The Lakewood City Clerk's Office can help you with many of the city's licenses or permits.

All City Clerk Licenses and Permits

In response to this emerging public health threat from Coronavirus Disease 2019, the City of Lakewood has suspended Passport Services until further notice.

Need to get your passport or renew it?  The Lakewood City Clerk's Office is a designated Passport Acceptance Facility.

Get Information and Instructions for Passports

See details about upcoming regular meetings, study sessions, Ad Hoc Committee meetings, Council agendas and tentative agenda items.

The City Charter establishes the legal right of the City to function as a home rule municipality.

The Lakewood Municipal Code is a compilation of the laws that govern the City.


The City Clerk's Office is the elections official for all regular and special elections in the city of Lakewood. Regular municipal elections for the city of Lakewood are held on the first Tuesday in November in odd numbered years. Special elections may be called by City Council. All municipal elections for elected officials are nonpartisan.

Election, Voter, Candidate, and Campaign Information

Need information about our boards and commissions?  Do you want to serve on one of them?

Chapter 2.52 of the Lakewood Municipal Code pertains to the initiative and referendum process in the city of Lakewood.  This chapter provides all necessary information for circulating and filing such petitions.

Initiative and Referendum Packet(PDF, 449KB)

Any business selling alcoholic beverages in the city of Lakewood must obtain a state liquor/beer license, a city liquor/beer license and must comply with Colorado Revised Statutes and the Lakewood Municipal Code.

Applications and Process Information