State of Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission 14650 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, OH44107 The State of Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission is a government agency that works with disabled Ohioans as they…More pursue careers and provides benefits to the temporarily disabled as they continue to heal. The commission is dedicated to providing assistance to workers who become disabled midway through his or her career and also provides assistance to companies regarding disability management solutions. Along with employment solutions, the Rehabilitation Services Commission helps the disabled live independently in each respective community. This office suite in the Lakewood Center West houses the Lakewood branch.
Lakewood City Hall — the giant city building on Detroit Avenue — houses most all of the city's…More operations: the mayor's office, the police department, most of the city's departments (think department of public works), the municipal court and of course, city council.
Lakewood operates under a city charter, calling for a mayor/council form of government, with city council serving as the legislative branch. Seven council members (3 at-large and 1 for each of the city's four wards) hold meetings in open public forums on the first and third Monday of every month (recess in August) at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall auditorium.
The department heads, council and the mayor attend the meetings.