Stewardship, options, quality
A city’s building department is a part of its backbone and growth source. It exists to enhance safety, improve housing and commercial buildings, and to curb signs of blight. This is especially true in a city such as Lakewood, whose homes are entering their second century of life.
Lakewood has a total of 32,000 housing units citywide including 12,700 one- or two-family homes. Through research and a comprehensive housing survey, the city’s Housing Forward initiative has provided the city with more data on these 12,700 homes than ever before.
By using good data in the Division of Housing and Building, and sharing that data with homeowners, Lakewood has seen the number of residential building permits increase since 2010.
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