The City of Pasadena has launched Our Pasadena – Putting the Plan in Motion by hosting three Open Houses throughout the City

The last Open House in this series will be at Victory Park Recreation Center on Thursday, March 29th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The information presented at the Open Houses will be available on our website on March 30th. We also invite you to complete our first questionnaire available in English and Spanish by Friday, April 13th. Please share this information with your friends and family. We invite everyone to participate and share their ideas to make this program a... continue reading »"The City of Pasadena has launched Our Pasadena – Putting the Plan in Motion by hosting three Open Houses throughout the City"

Pasadena Councilmember Steve Madison Discusses Forum on 710 Tunnel Option

Pasadena Councilmember Steve Madison Discusses Forum on 710 Tunnel Option from Pasadena Now on Vimeo. The public is invited to a community meeting on the proposed 710 tunnel project at the Pasadena Convention Center Ballroom, 300 E. Green Street, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15. The meeting is sponsored by District 6 Councilmember Steve Madison. The event—“The Pasadena Way … Or Their Highway”—will cover topics of connectivity, clean air, the tunnel, trucks and tolls. There will be free, 90-minute... continue reading »"Pasadena Councilmember Steve Madison Discusses Forum on 710 Tunnel Option"

Growth and Development in Pasadena

“WHITHER PASADENA?" GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN PASADENA Pasadena Residents: In her seminal book, “The Death and Life of Great American Cities,” Jane Jacobs wrote, “Cities are an immense laboratory of trial and error, failure and success, in city building and city design.” If one accepts Jacobs’ view (generally a safe bet in matters of urban planning), Pasadena has been a very busy laboratory indeed. Several thousand new residential units have been built in Pasadena in the last decade, a period... continue reading »"Growth and Development in Pasadena"