Pasadena Fire and Police Departments Issue Rose Parade® Safety Tips

PASADENA, Calif.—As the 131st Rose Parade® presented by Honda approaches on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, Pasadena’s Fire and Police Departments are issuing the following safety tips for the thousands of overnight campers who will line the route on New Year’s Eve. The parade route will be a safer place if everyone follows these rules and regulations: What You Can Do: Overnight camping is permitted only on the night of Tuesday, Dec. 31. A position on the sidewalk may be maintained... continue reading »"Pasadena Fire and Police Departments Issue Rose Parade® Safety Tips"

Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries!

PASADENA, Calif.—Pasadena Fire Department reminds you to change all of your smoke alarm batteries when you change your clocks back on Sunday, Nov. 3. Replace old smoke alarm batteries with fresh, high-quality batteries to keep your smoke alarms ready to protect you all year long. Make sure your emergency flashlights work when you need them by using fresh, high-quality batteries. After inserting fresh batteries in your smoke alarm, make sure the alarm is working by activating the safety test button.... continue reading »"Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries!"

Heat Wave Expected Throughout The Week

PASADENA, Calif.—The City wishes to remind everyone to take precautions against the heat and stay connected to the City for any alerts and updates. Although there are currently no Red Flag conditions in Pasadena, weather, Red Flag and fire conditions can change rapidly with high temperatures. Make sure to follow the City’s official Twitter account, @PasadenaGov; Pasadena Water and Power, @PWPNews; and Pasadena Police Department, @PasadenaPD. Area vegetation and brush remains extremely dry. Pasadena Fire Department officials urge extra care when... continue reading »"Heat Wave Expected Throughout The Week"

Fire Chief Announces New Hazardous Materials Specialist

Kim Yu PASADENA, Calif.—Fire Chief Bertral Washington has announced the appointment of Kim Yu to the position of Hazardous Materials Specialist. Yu has been with Pasadena Fire Department for over 12 years, serving 11 years as Hazardous Materials Inspector and one year as acting Hazardous Materials Specialist. She will now oversee the Hazardous Materials Section, which is responsible for environmental and safety regulations of Pasadena businesses and properties, particularly those that store or utilize hazardous materials and have underground storage... continue reading »"Fire Chief Announces New Hazardous Materials Specialist"