For three years the city has worked with the Rotary Club of Lakewood to establish a community gathering space in Fort Steilacoom Park. A series of public meetings were held, including a thorough community review process, which ultimately led to the design of a multi-use structure and a preferred location for the “Pavilion in the […]
For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will pass across the entire United States, creating a spectacular sight for communities across the country. On Aug. 21, the Pierce College Science Dome will offer a stellar opportunity for the community to safely view the solar eclipse. Although the local community is not […]
Submitted by John Munn. The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to present the opening show of our 79th season: The Suspenseful, High-Energy Psychological Thriller Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott.
I thought I had set the parking brake. Evidently not.
The City of Lakewood and West Pierce Fire & Rescue officials closed the B&I Public Marketplace at end of business Wednesday, August 16 out of concern for public safety. The building will remain closed until its owners can show they have addressed the public safety hazards identified by the city and West Pierce Fire & […]
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on Monday, August 21 (7:00 PM) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499). Access the agenda on the City’s website.
Spend your Sunday afternoon at Fort Steilacoom Park for the city of Lakewood’s free Concert in the Park featuring two fantastic regional concert bands: the Washington American Legion Band and the Tacoma Concert Band.
As the City of Lakewood, Washington celebrates this month of August its one-year anniversary of the passage of Ordinance No. 644 instituting the Rental Housing Safety Program at an annual estimated cost to taxpayers of $175,000, not counting $133,000 for the software to support the program, bypassing certainly a more cost-effective alternative in simply communicating […]
Cupcakes, coffee, and important conversation filled the room at the Clover Park Technical College Mechatronics Program’s “Cupcakes & Competencies” event Friday, as the program unveiled a new “Smart Matching System” to local employers and other guests.
If house-cleaning robots can collect data as they sweep up your house, regularly updating maps of floor plans, as well as the layout of home furnishings so as to “avoid toppling over lamps and ramming into your furniture,” think of what software utilized by a city-approved inspector of your rental could do.