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How to Get Here

Lakewood is located in the heart of Pierce County, Southwest of Tacoma and North of Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base. Interstate 5 forms part of Lakewood's Southeast border. Lakewood is served by 6 exits from Interstate 5 -- Exits 122, 123, 124, 125, 127 and 128. Lakewood is also the Western terminus for State Route 512, which, along with State Route 167, connects South King County and East Pierce County with Interstate 5 and points south.

Lakewood is served by many Pierce Transit bus routes, and is the home of Pierce Transit's main offices. The Sounder Passenger Rail Station in Lakewood has been completed and regular passenger train service to Lakewood is scheduled to begin soon. Lakewood is 29 miles (35 minutes) south of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and 22 miles (27 minutes) north of the State Capitol in Olympia, Washington.

 

Directions to City Hall

From Interstate 5, City Hall may be reached easily from exit 125 to Bridgeport Way SW, then North to 108th St. SW, then left on 108th to Davisson/Main. Turn right on Main then left into the City Hall parking lot.

From exit 127 follow SR512 to South Tacoma Way (which becomes Pacific Highway S) to 108th St. SW. Turn right on 108th and continue across Bridgeport to Davisson/Main as described above.

Some of the most commonly requested maps of Lakewood are available for download on the GIS Division's Home page. Special maps are also available upon request.