Free Legal Clinic at Belmar Library

Free Legal Clinic at Belmar Library
A free legal clinic for people who have no attorney will be available from 2 to 3:30 p.m.on the first Thursday of each month at the Belmar Library, 555 S. Allison Parkway. Through a computer link, volunteer attorneys will answer questions, help fill out forms and explain the process and procedure for all areas of civil litigation, including family law, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, small claims, veterans issues and civil protection orders. No appointment is required, and the clinics are first-come, first-served. Please call the library for information at 303-235-5275.

Help for Homes Program

Do you need minor home repairs? Apply for Help for Homes program
The Brother's Redevelopment, Inc. Help for Homes program will use volunteers to make minor exterior improvements to the homes of 10 eligible Lakewood homeowners. BRI is currently looking for elderly, low-income and/or disabled Lakewood homeowners who are unable to make minor improvements such as painting, yard debris removal and light landscaping to their homes. They are also looking for volunteers to assist BRI in completing these improvements. View the application here or contact Chad Nibbelink, 720-339-5864 or, to register as a volunteer. 

20th Annual Cops that Cook Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

Join us for the 20th annual Cops that Cook pancake breakfast fundraiser on Friday, August 24 from 7-10 a.m.

Stop by for pancakes prepared by City of Lakewood Police Agents! Tickets are $4 in advance or $6 at the door for adults, and $3 for children (12 and under). Proceeds benefit the Lakewood Police Department Veterans PACK Program.

Tickets are available for purchase in person at:
Clements Community Center
1580 Yarrow St.

Lakewood Police Department
445 S. Allison Parkway

Community Resources Department
480 S. Allison Parkway

All Recreation Centers

What do you want for Lakewood?

What Do You Want For Lakewood?
As a Lakewood resident, you have a lot of say in how your city operates, what kind ofservices it provides and how it spends your tax dollars. Lakewood City Council is discussing a potential ballot question for November about the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights (TABOR) and how it affects funding for additional City services including open space purchases. Lakewood has launched a community conversation about this, so get involved and let us know what you think by taking a survey, asking a question or learning more

Are you a 'birder'; experienced or newbie

Jefferson County Open Space Kicks off 'Big Year Jeffco' Program  

Jefferson County is home to an abundant variety of bird species. To celebrate and preserve these species and their habitats, Jefferson County Open Space is excited to offer a Big Year in 2018. Join fellow community birders in identifying by sight or sound the largest number of species of birds within Jefferson County. Big Year Jeffco began in January and runs through December 31, 2018. 

Participants will track their bird watching through the app, eBird. Attend classes and events throughout the year to learn more about Jefferson County bird species, connect with other birders in the community, and pick up the first edition of the Jefferson County Bird Guide at the Lookout Mountain Nature Center.