Memorial Day Trash & Recycling Schedule
Click here for the Memorial Day Holiday collection schedule.
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New Alley District Collection Program
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If your property is not connected to a currently serviced alley, please place your containers in their normal curbside location for service....Thank you!
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Access Lakeland Newsletter | May 2017
Read the full issue of Access Lakeland for May, 2017.
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ePlan Exclusive Method For Plans Submission 3/15
The ePlan review system will be the exclusive method for plans submission, review, & approval for Contractors, Architects, & Engineers beginning 3/15/2017.
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City of Lakeland Calendar of Events
View our Community Calendar & submit your community events here!
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For customers using an average of 20,000+ gallons/month
Free water with an in ground sprinkler system. Learn more here!
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Start your career with the City of Lakeland!
Start your career with the City of Lakeland. Apply today!
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  • DOWNTOWN PARKING SUMMIT & PARKING CHARRETTES Posted 3 days ago
    LAKELAND, FL (May 24, 2017) - The City of Lakeland’s Traffic Operations and Parking Services (TOPS) and the Lakeland Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) have teamed up to share information, gather opinions and present proposed solutions in two public meetings about Downtown Parking - a Parking Summit on Wednesday, May 31st and a Parking Charrette on Wednesday, June 7.
  • LFD: BRUSH FIRE IN LAKELAND Posted last week
    LAKELAND, FL (May 17, 2017) – On Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at approximately 6:00 PM, the Lakeland Fire Department (LFD) was called to respond to a brush fire in the grassy are near and underneath the George Jenkins Blvd overpass where it transects with Kathleen Rd. Due to dry conditions and high winds, the fire spread quickly and was challenging to control. At the height of the incident, all LFD engines (8) and Tower 15 were on scene responding. Polk County Fire Rescue provided assistance with one brush truck and the Florida Forrest Service (FFS) provided assistance with three brush trucks. The fire was mostly contained by approximately 9:00 PM. No structures were damaged and no one was injured at the time of this release.
  • PHOTO OPPORTUNITY REFUSE TO LOSE - SUMMER OF SAFETY MARCH Posted last week
    LAKELAND, FL (May 17, 2017) | Who: City of Lakeland leaders will be joining citizens, local church leaders and youth organizations in a display of solidarity during the Refuse to Lose - Summer of Safety Awareness March. WHAT: A project of the City of Lakeland, FL - Government and Mayor Howard Wiggs’ Refuse to Lose-Gang Task Force initiative, the awareness march is being held to show unity and support for our youth this summer. The goal is for every parent to be aware that there are a number of programs and activities that will help keep children busy this summer.
  • E. Main and Ingraham Intersection Gets Colorful Makeover Posted last week
    LAKELAND, FL (May 16, 2017) – The City of Lakeland CRA is partnering with Harrison School for the Arts, Rochelle School of the Arts and Boring Business Solutions to give the intersection at E. Main Street and Ingraham Avenue a makeover on Sunday, May 21, 2017.
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