Are your days of sitting in I-4 traffic almost behind you?
Never run out of juice again with these nine charging stations around Lakeland.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
Qualifying developers will now be able to build in industrial and commercial zones with a faster approval process.
Meet the Bob Adams Family Community YMCA.
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Create the city you want to live in by applying to serve in these volunteer roles.
Learn who’s in charge of city decisions, how to grow your business, and how to get involved.
Atlanta-based real estate company Carter has acquired 22 acres of land on Lake Wire in West Downtown Lakeland for a new mixed-use development near the RP Funding Center.
If we had the power to instantly finish a local infrastructure or development project, which project would we choose?
Become a development terminology expert faster than you can say “Special use permit for a mixed-use zone.”
Would you rather see a fully-enclosed dog park, pod swings, or giant chess in our town square? The city is still taking input — keep reading for renderings.
With so many updates on the horizon, how can you be active in your community?
Where are Lakelanders moving to and from in young adulthood?
Plans have been released for a multi-use residential and retail space on the former Oak Street lot.
There are both benefits and strict guidelines for homes in Lakeland’s seven historic districts.
With his term coming to a close, Phillip Walker sat down with us to answer some of our burning questions.
Real estate experts explain what Lakeland home buyers should know and predict whether we’ll see prices continue to rise in 2022.
Good news for Lakeland.
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