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Register for Pasadena Local Emergency Alert System (PLEAS)Find
The Pasadena Local Emergency Alert System, or PLEAS, uses both text and voice messages to keep residents and community members in Pasadena informed in case of emergencies that affect areas in which they live or work. With this information, residents and businesses can make arrangements to help ensure the safety of family members, employees, pets, and property in the event of fires, floods, earthquakes, or other types of disasters.
Red Flag ConditionsFind
In 2009, the Pasadena City Council unanimously accepted the recommendation of the Public Safety Committee to implement the proposed restrictions on parking within the urban-wildland interface (UWI) on days of extreme fire hazard, also known as Red Flag days. Streets where parking is restricted on Red Flag days are posted with appropriate “No Parking” signs. If signs are not posted, that street is not affected.
Recycling Drop Off LocationsFind
There are various locations in and around Pasadena to drop off recyclable materials.
Polystrene Food Packaging OrdinanceFind
On July 18, 2016, the Pasadena City Council voted to ban the sale and distribution of polystyrene disposable food service ware within Pasadena. The polystrene food packaging ordinance (PMC 8.67) took effect on August 22, 2016 at City Facilities and operations. Twelve months later on August 22, 2017, the ban will apply to Pasadena businesses and organizations.
Pothole RepairFind Report
Potholes in the street are the primary responsibility of the Street Maintenance and Integrated Waste Management Division. Should you see or notice a pothole in the street, please contact the Citizen Service Center at 626-744-7311
Pasadena Tree OrdinanceFind
The City of Pasadena recognized the importance of trees by passing an ordinance that will protect the canopy of trees in Pasadena now, and in the future.
Public Health ClinicsFind
Pasadena Public Health has the following Public Health Clinics: Adult Immunization Clinic, Andrew Escajeda Comprehensive Care Services Clinic, Child Immunization Clinic, HIV Testing Clinic and Tuberculosis (TB) Clinic.
The Pasadena Municipal Code is administered by the Office of the City Clerk. The online version of the Code, which includes the City Charter, is maintained by Book Publishing Company and is updated regularly as new Ordinances are adopted by the City Council. If you are looking for more recent provisions which may not yet be included in the online version, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (626) 744-4124
Minimum Wage Ordinance and Complaint FormFind
On July 1, 2016, the minimum wage increased for people who perform work in the city of Pasadena. The minimum wage will increase every year until 2018 when it will be $13.25 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees, and $12.00 per hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees. All employers in Pasadena must pay the increased minimum wage with few exceptions.
Search the database to find current and historical newspaper citations about Pasadena. The index primarily includes citations from the Pasadena Star-News, the Pasadena Weekly, and the Pasadena Journal from 1996-Present, with some older material from these and other Pasadena news sources indexed as well. Some full text articles are also included.