City Records Commission
The City Records Commission is composed of the Mayor or his or her appointed representative, as chairperson, the Director of Finance, the Director of Law and a citizen appointed by the Mayor. The functions of the City Records Commission shall be to provide rules for retention and disposal of records of the City; to review, revise and approve schedules of records retention; to review all applications for records disposal and schedules of records disposition submitted by the City; and to ensure compliance with general law related to records retention, disposal and disposition. The Commission shall meet at least once every six months and upon the call of the chairperson.
Click here to see the Record Retention Polices for the City of Lakewood.
- Residents are reminded to move cars off of streets so snow can be cleared: snowed in cars may be ticketed for 24-hour violation December 15, 2017
- Diversity comes to Lakewood’s housing stock after construction begins on Edanola Avenue home November 21, 2017
- New budget allows for investment in infrastructure, community November 20, 2017