Social Distancing Protocol Order Effective 4/15

Pasadena Health Officer Order Social Distancing Protocol 4.11.20 City of Pasadena Health Officer Revised Order For Control of COVID-19  Related to Essential Businesses and Members of the Public Entering Such Businesses Date Order Issued: April 11, 2020 [Supplements March 22, 2020 Revised - Safer at Home Order] Please read this Order carefully. Violation of or failure to comply with this Order is a crime punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both. (California Health and Safety Code 120295.) SUMMARY OF THE REVISED... continue reading »"Social Distancing Protocol Order Effective 4/15"

City of Pasadena Issues Order Requiring Face Coverings

PASADENA, Calif.—City of Pasadena Public Health Officer Dr. Ying-Ying Goh has issued a revised order for control of COVID-19 requiring face coverings for essential workers, along with customers patronizing essential businesses. The new order is effective immediately and will remain in effect until further notice. “This order by no means replaces the need for physical distancing and everyday hygiene precautions, such as frequent hand washing,” said Dr. Goh. “When you do need to venture out for groceries or other essentials, wearing a... continue reading »"City of Pasadena Issues Order Requiring Face Coverings"

COVID-19 Information for Residents Thursday, April 9, 2020

In an effort to keep you informed of developments related to COVID-19, the City of Pasadena offers the following information to the Pasadena community. Our goal is to disseminate accurate public health information, offer recommendations to prepare for and slow the spread of the virus, and provide links to resources for additional information.  For the most up-to-date information, follow us on social media at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fm2eONy5uwY&feature=youtu.be City of Pasadena Approves Stimulus Effort to Support Utility Customers This week, the City... continue reading »"COVID-19 Information for Residents Thursday, April 9, 2020"

So Cal Women's Conference

https://www.thesocalhealthconference.com/ The link provides information about SoCal Women's Conference and their sponsors: AON, Wells Fargo, UPS, and Methodist Hospital SoCal Women's Conference Friday and Saturday, December 18 & 19, 2020 The Pasadena Hilton Hotel Power Breakfast & Luncheon!!  Dynamic Speakers will be Announced! Don't Miss Out: Tables are Selling Fast! Reserve Your Seat or Table Now! What is the SoCal Women's Conference about  SoCal Women's Conference brings together thousands of women, families, community-based health organizations, medical professionals, and beauty and... continue reading »"So Cal Women's Conference"

Parks, open spaces and trails closed Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12

Pasadena’s parks, open spaces, and trails will be closed on Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12. The County of Los Angeles and neighboring cities will also close parks, open spaces and trails.  This closure is a precautionary measure to protect our community members from novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We thank you for your patience and understanding. The public is reminded that congregating with members outside of one’s household is not allowed at this time.  The safest way to celebrate holidays is at home. 

Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community April 8, 2020

In an effort to keep you informed of developments related to COVID-19, the City of Pasadena offers the following information to the Pasadena business community. Our goal is to disseminate accurate public health information, offer recommendations to prepare for and slow the spread of the virus, and provide links to resources for additional information. Please disseminate this information with your businesses, community partners, etc. The COVID-19 Briefings will continue in the coming weeks, but on a less frequent basis. As developments and resources become available,... continue reading »"Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community April 8, 2020"

LA County/City COVID-19 Drive-Up Mobile Testing Sites Frequently Asked Questions

How are COVID-19 testing sites determined? Initially, sites have been determined by geographic location. The goal is to develop a network of testing sites across the region. The City of Los Angeles selected sites within the city’s boundaries. When the County-City partnership began last week, the goal was to ensure accessibility for all Los Angeles County residents. Sites are geographically spread out: Antelope Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Pomona, and the South Bay. More communities will host sites soon. Dr. Kazan... continue reading »"LA County/City COVID-19 Drive-Up Mobile Testing Sites Frequently Asked Questions"

Novel Coronavirus - COVID-19

COVID-19 Letter English (002) 4:6 COVID-19 Letter 2 Spanish (1) 4:6 COVID-19 Letter 2 French COVID-19 Korean Letter 4:6 COVID-19 Letter Chinese 4:6 6 April, 2020 Dear Friends and Neighbors, Multiple governments around the world have implemented new guidelines that include restrictions on gatherings, cross-border movements and maintaining social distance. We anticipate further restrictions in the coming days. In mid-March, the City of Pasadena established a multi-functional coronavirus response and we are following the current guidance from the federal government,... continue reading »"Novel Coronavirus - COVID-19"

Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County

Public Charge COVID19 Fact Sheet (ENG-SPN) Final Public Charge Carga Pública Know Your Rights: Immigrants and the Coronavirus Conozca sus Derechos: Los Inmigrantes y El Coronavirus Can I get treatment for COVID-19 without hurting my immigration status? ¿Puedo recibir tratamiento para COVID-19 sin dañar mi estatus migratorio? Remember: Recuerde: The Public Charge Test does not apply to testing, screening, or treatment for COVID-19 (the coronavirus). La Prueba de carga pública no se aplica a la verificación, la detección o el... continue reading »"Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County"

Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community April 3, 2020

In an effort to keep you informed of developments related to COVID-19, the City of Pasadena offers the following information to the Pasadena business community. Our goal is to disseminate accurate public health information, offer recommendations to prepare for and slow the spread of the virus, and provide links to resources for additional information. Please disseminate this information with your businesses, community partners, etc. The COVID-19 Briefings will continue in the coming weeks, but on a less frequent basis. As developments and resources become available,... continue reading »"Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community April 3, 2020"