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Come join us for the first Lakewood Crime Free Multi-Housing Workshop of the year.
This eight hour class will provide current, relevant information to help you prevent crime and promote a safe atmosphere within your apartment community. It is also the first step to becoming a Lakewood Crime Free Multi-Housing property.
For current Crime Free Multi-Housing participants, attending the afternoon session will meet your bi-yearly requirement to stay in the program.
To sign up for the class click here.
In 2007, the ACIC was established to serve in an advisory role to City Council, involving citizens more directly to provide public input. The ACIC is made up of three committees consisting of 30 members. The ACIC committees bring forward initiatives or issues, which the commission deems important for consideration by City Council. ACIC committees may receive assignments from City Council to research specific issues or topics that interest the community and then make recommendations accordingly. All ACIC meetings are open to the public and citizen participation is encouraged.
Please visit our upcoming Planning Commission meetings page to see if there are agenda items for Planning Commission to consider. Schedule reflects the latest available information. Meetings are subject to change or cancellation. Agenda items listed are tentative only -- and subject to change, including removal or addition of agenda items. They are included here in the City's efforts for improved communications and transparency. The City of Lakewood does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability in the provision of services. People with disabilities needing reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in a City service program, can call 303-987-7080 or TDD 303-987-7057. Please give notice as far in advance as possible so we can accommodate your request.