Pasadena Police Department's 2021 Pink Patch Project

2021 Annual Pink Patch Project The Pasadena Police Department is proud to once again participate in the Annual Pink Patch Project. The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. This is a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs' Association and over 300 participating public safety agencies throughout the country, including international partners in Spain... continue reading »"Pasadena Police Department's 2021 Pink Patch Project"

City of Pasadena Updates Guidance for Small Gatherings

City of Pasadena Updates Guidance for Small Gatherings   PASADENA, Calif.—This week, the state updated its guidance to allow private gatherings of three or fewer households, as long as the private gathering is outdoors, everyone wears a cloth face covering and keeps at least six feet of physical distance, food is in single-serve disposable containers, and the duration of the gathering is short (two hours or less). The City of Pasadena has updated its Health officer Order to align with the change... continue reading »"City of Pasadena Updates Guidance for Small Gatherings"

YOUNG & HEALTHY BRINGS FREE COVID TESTING TO OUR COMMUNITY

    TAKE ACTION    FREE COVID TESTING    HELP SLOW THE SPREAD, GET TESTED! FREE CHEEK SWAB TESTING AVAILABLE RESULTS SENT TO YOU IN 24-48 HOURS   WALK-IN LOCATION: ALTADENA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 2609 N LINCOLN AVE ALTADENA, CA  91001   FREE PARKING AVAILABLE   DATES: TESTING AVAILABLE FROM: 11:00AM-6:00PM   MONDAY 10/19 TUESDAY 10/20 MONDAY 10/26 TUESDAY 10/27   For More Information  Call 626.795.5166   #InThisTogether OPEN TO ALL  NO I.D. REQUIRED TESTING SITES WILL BE WALK-IN... continue reading »"YOUNG & HEALTHY BRINGS FREE COVID TESTING TO OUR COMMUNITY"

Free Seasonal Flu Clinics offered by Pasadena Unified School District & Pasadena Public Health Department

Free Seasonal Flu Clinics Getting your flu vaccine this year is more important than ever. People can be infected with both COVID-19 and influenza viruses at the same time and could suffer even worse health outcomes than one infection alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone ages 6 months and older get a flu vaccine every year to protect against the most common types of influenza viruses. The Pasadena Public Health Department is partnering with the... continue reading »"Free Seasonal Flu Clinics offered by Pasadena Unified School District & Pasadena Public Health Department"

PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES ANNOUNCES - DIA DE LOS MUERTOS ART COMPETITION

  DIA DE LOS MUERTOS – A CELEBRATION OF ART The Pasadena Tournament of Roses invites you to join our first-ever international Dia de los Muertos art competition   PASADENA, Calif. (Oct. 1, 2020) – Today, the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® announced our first-ever Dia de los Muertos art competition, a celebration of art. In partnership with; Concamin, EWomenMX, Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles and the Roybal Foundation, we will award scholarships and gift cards in three age categories; 4-8, 9-13... continue reading »"PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES ANNOUNCES - DIA DE LOS MUERTOS ART COMPETITION"

10/15/2020- Virtual Town Hall - Public Safety & Disaster Preparedness

  Save The Date    THE PASADENA POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE  INVITE YOU TO A  VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETING REGARDING   PUBLIC SAFETY AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS   We hope you will join us! Thursday, October 15th at 6 P.M. To join this meeting, click or visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85911546912 WEBINAR ID (Access Code):  859 1154 6912 JOIN BY PHONE:  1 669 900 6833      

City of Pasadena Issues Guidance for Celebrating Halloween Safely

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 8, 2020 (corrected) NEWS MEDIA CONTACT: Lisa Derderian, Pasadena Public Information Officer, City Manager’s Office, (626) 744-4755, lderderian@cityofpasadena.net   City of Pasadena Issues Guidance for Celebrating Halloween Safely PASADENA, Calif.— COVID continues to impact our families and our traditions as we move into the Fall season.  It is another difficult milestone to think of Halloween without the block parties, gatherings and many of the other activities that we and our children look forward to every year.  We... continue reading »"City of Pasadena Issues Guidance for Celebrating Halloween Safely"

FOOG Webinar this Thursday at 6 PM

As a friendly reminder, the Planning Department will host a live webinar this Thursday to present information on the draft development standards being considered for the Fair Oaks/Orange Grove Specific Plan area and to answer questions from the participants. Please help us spread the news, attached is the flier with the details on how to participate. https://ourpasadena.consultation.ai/fairoaksorangegrove/ Materials are also available in Spanish

Environmental Advisory Commission (EAC) of the City of Pasadena

The Environmental Advisory Commission (EAC) of the City of Pasadena will be hosting a Special Meeting and public forum focused on the use of two-stroke engines in landscape equipment in the City. The EAC has researched the history around the use of two-stroke engines in landscape equipment throughout the City, the record of public comments submitted to the City Council on this subject, identified ordinances related to landscape equipment in jurisdictions throughout California, including our neighboring cities, and gathered scientific... continue reading »"Environmental Advisory Commission (EAC) of the City of Pasadena"

MEASURE P

Q: Is this a new revenue source for the City? A: No, Since 1934, the Pasadena Charter provisions calling for the annual transfer of funds have previously gone to and passed by voters a combined total of 7 times. To maintain the current voter-approved funding, the City Council is placing it on the ballot.  Q: What challenges is the city facing? A: The City of Pasadena is already suffering from a $30 million loss due to the economic effects of COVID-19. Using... continue reading »"MEASURE P"