Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community March 31, 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... continue reading »"Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community March 31, 2020"

Airbnb Letter to Pasadena re COVID-19

2020-03-26 - Airbnb letter to Pasadena re_ COVID-19 (2) Chris Lehane Senior Vice President, Policy & Communications Airbnb 888 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA 94103 March 26, 2020 Honorable Mayor Terry Tornek Pasadena City Hall 100 Garfield Ave Pasadena, CA 91101 Dear Mayor Tornek:  On behalf of our global community, I want to say thank you for your leadership during this unprecedented crisis. For the last decade, Airbnb has been proud to partner with cities and governments around the globe... continue reading »"Airbnb Letter to Pasadena re COVID-19"

South Coast Air Quality Management District Press Release

South Coast AQMD Press Release - Expedited Permits -covid19-mar25-2020 (1) For Immediate Release: March 25, 2020 Media Contact: Bradley Whitaker, (909) 323-9516, Cell: (909) 323-9516 Nahal Mogharabi, (909) 396-3773, Cell: (909) 837-2431 press@aqmd.gov South Coast AQMD Expediting Permits to Aid COVID-19 Efforts Diamond Bar - The South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD) understands many businesses and organizations are changing operations or repurposing efforts to aid in supply issues in response to COVID-19. In order to provide full... continue reading »"South Coast Air Quality Management District Press Release"

Special Update Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Flyer depicting COVID- 19 Update and information about weekly food distribution Still Open and Here to Help In consideration of taking cautionary measures in regards to Coronavirus (COVID- 19), Foothill Unity Center has decided to postpone all events and activities until further notice.  In doing so, our building interior is closed to public access; however, we are continuing to provide essential services such as food distribution weekly, to ensure that our neighbors in need are provided with necessities and taken... continue reading »"Special Update Corona Virus (COVID-19)"

COVID-19 Information for Residents - Thursday, March 26, 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.Click here to view video on latest Corona Virus update. 

Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community March 25, 2020

Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community March 25, 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... continue reading »"Briefing on COVID-19 for Pasadena Business Community March 25, 2020"

Is a Coyote Visiting Your Neighborhood?

Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA PHS is here to help. We offer workshops, tips, coyote proofing and more to keep you safe. Dealing with coyotes Make sure your fence is higher than 6 feet high Keep your cats inside, supervise small dogs and keep your pet confined and/or on a leash Remove any outdoor pet food Pick up fruit as soon as it falls to the ground Eliminate any sources of water, from bird baths to puddles Trim overgrown landscaping... continue reading »"Is a Coyote Visiting Your Neighborhood?"

Pasadena Water and Power Updates

When the City of Pasadena proclaimed a Local State of Emergency, Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) suspended all water and power shutoffs for accounts that are in delinquent status during the Emergency period. This also includes the suspension of late fees that would have accrued during the Emergency period. Currently, the City’s Emergency became effective March 17, 2020 and goes until further notice. Although the in-person Municipal Center is closed during this period, utility payments can still be made online or... continue reading »"Pasadena Water and Power Updates"

SoCalGas Customer Information / Información al Cliente

SoCalGas Customer Information Bill Payment Options and Services During COVID-19 WHERE AND HOW TO MAKE A PAYMENT Beginning Monday March 23, 2020 SoCalGas branch payment offices will also be closed to the public. Some Authorized Payment Locations may close or provide intermittent service. But, don’t worry. There are many other ways to pay your bill. They include: • Drop off payment at depository boxes at our existing branch offices (include bill stub or account number with payment). • At any... continue reading »"SoCalGas Customer Information / Información al Cliente"

Addressing COVID-19 Among People Experiencing Homelessness

Addressing COVID-19 Among People Experiencing Homelessness The Pasadena Partnership is continuing to monitor developments around coronavirus (COVID-19) and has taken several preventative and preparation measures in the event of an outbreak among people experiencing homelessness in our community. We remain committed to ensuring our providers and community members are provided with the most up-to-date information on our ongoing efforts as the situation develops. Please see below for an update on the actions we have taken: 1. We are continuing to... continue reading »"Addressing COVID-19 Among People Experiencing Homelessness"