Link2Lakeland - New Mobile App

Mobile users can stay connected with the City of Lakeland by using our new Link2Lakeland app.  Users can access the most recent news posts, view upcoming City events with the community calendar, report neighborhood issues and much more. The City’s official FaceBook page, Twitter feed and YouTube channel can also be accessed very easily with the touch of the screen.  Citizen engagement makes Lakeland a better place and the community is encouraged to join the conversation through social media to learn what the City does each day and how they can play a part. 

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City Boards & Committees - The City of Lakeland wants YOU to get involved in your local government. We believe it is important to have an informed and engaged citizenry and therefore encourage citizen input and participation. We are seeking applicants for several boards and committees to give residents an insight and a voice on important community issues.  Sign Up Today!


Recent Posts

    The City of Lakeland is pleased to announce Anthony (Tony) C. Camarillo as the newly appointed Director of The Lakeland Center. Camarillo succeeds former Lakeland Center Director Mike LaPan, who retired in January.
  • Common Ground Park Closing During the Day on April 6th. Will Open at 4PM. Posted 5 days ago
    On Monday, April 6th Common Ground park will not open until 4PM. City staff from various departments will be working throughout the day performing maintenance in the park including pressure washing of sidewalks, playground equipment and decorative structures, removal and replacement of plant material, painting and more.
  • National PAL Mentoring Day - May 2nd from 10AM - 2PM Posted last week
    Join the Lakeland Police Department and departments across the nation on May 2, 2015 in celebrating National PAL Mentoring Day. A community celebration will take place from 10AM - 2PM at the Tigertown complex. The day will be filled with many activities and guests will have an opportunity to learn more about the Lakeland Police Department PAL Program.
  • Tee Ball / Baseball League Sign Ups Going On Now Posted 2 weeks ago
    The City of Lakeland Parks & Recreation division is currently registering children ages four to ten years old for Tee Ball / Baseball leagues. Children who participate will practice once per week and play in a game every Saturday. All practice sessions and games will take place at the Simpson Park field.
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