The last day for trash pickup service will be May 25
How to work with Metro agencies
How to report crime & suspicious activities
City Managers Report – May 6, 2011
There are two options available to transition this city to Metro – liquidation of assets through a board of trustees, or transfer of property, assets, and liabilities to Metro. It is the opinion of the Lakewood Board of Commissioners that transferring assets and liabilities to Metro is a better option for this community than liquidating assets with trustees.
City Attorney Louis Oliver and I negotiated an inter-local agreement with Metro that transfers all property, assets, and liabilities to Metro. This agreement was approved unanimously by the Lakewood Board of Commissioners May 5, 2011 and will go before the Metro Council May 17th, 2011.
Folks, this isn’t easy because no one has ever done it before. No city has ever been dissolved into a Metro Government. Our goal, both Lakewood’s and Metro’s, is to transition in a way that is in the best interest of the public. This agreement does that.
Lakewood Water system score - 100%
Lakewood residents can request free Police property check
Lakewood Park Groundbreaking:
Lakewood has purchased 62 acres of riverfront Park Land
In the media:
Lakewood Police in CMT Road Pranks
Commercial filmed in Lakewood wins 1st prize in London competition
Short movie trailor filmed here in Lakewood
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