Watch the May 8, 2024, District 6 Town Hall and Read the Speakers' PowerPoint Presentations

In case you missed it, you can watch the full May 8, 2024, District 6 Town Hall below, courtesy of Pasadena Media. During the meeting, Vice Mayor Steve Madison was surprised with certificates, letters, flowers, and gifts in recognition of the 25th anniversary of when he was sworn onto the Pasadena City Council. You can also read the PowerPoint presentations by each of the Town Hall speakers: Caltech Professor Steven Low's PowerPoint Presentation Sandia Labs' Will McNamara's PowerPoint Presentation Caltech... continue reading »"Watch the May 8, 2024, District 6 Town Hall and Read the Speakers' PowerPoint Presentations"

City Of Pasadena Announces 710 Reconnecting Communities’ Oral History Project and Survey

CITY OF PASADENA ANNOUNCES 710 RECONNECTING COMMUNITIES’ ORAL HISTORY PROJECT AND SURVEY An Initiative Capturing Stories Shaped by The State Route 710 (SR 710) Freeway Construction PASADENA, Calif. —  The City of Pasadena has begun the oral history component of the Historic Project for the City’s 710 Stub Master Plan. The oral history portion, one of three parts, aims to capture and acknowledge the diverse stories of community members displaced by the SR 710 Freeway (710) construction project. In order... continue reading »"City Of Pasadena Announces 710 Reconnecting Communities’ Oral History Project and Survey"

California's Fragile Water Supply and Delivery Systems

Officials from the Metropolitan Water District, the City of Pasadena, and the City of Glendale recently traveled to Sacramento, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and the Central Valley to inspect dams, reservoirs, farms, and State and Federal Water Project infrastructure to learn about how water is delivered to Southern California and about challenges to that system. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is one of the world’s largest water agencies. From the Colorado River and from Northern California through the... continue reading »"California's Fragile Water Supply and Delivery Systems"

Watch the 710 Stub Bus Tour

If you missed the recent bus tour of the 710 stub as part of the Reconnecting Communities 710 Advisory Group meeting, you can watch Pasadena Media's coverage of the tour at the link below. We encourage all District 6 residents to learn about the history of the stub, stay up to date with the planning process, and make your voices heard as we embark on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to re-envision this portion of west Pasadena. Watch the tour at this... continue reading »"Watch the 710 Stub Bus Tour"

New Preliminary Colorado Street Bridge Barrier Design Concepts

In case you missed it, click here to watch the recent virtual webinar about the four new preliminary Colorado Street Bridge barrier design concepts. Click here to view the Apexx Architecture presentation from the meeting. The concepts include Canted Webmesh, Vertical Cables, Metal Pickets, and Vertical Webmesh. After watching the video and reading the presentation, we encourage all District 6 residents to fill out and submit this survey about the concepts. This questionnaire will help Apexx and the City’s Department... continue reading »"New Preliminary Colorado Street Bridge Barrier Design Concepts"

Councilmember Steve Madison's Remarks at the West Pasadena Residents’ Association’s 61st Annual Meeting on May 31, 2023

Thank you very much. I want to first and foremost thank you for having me at your annual meeting. And as I say every year, the work that WPRA does is so very important to what happens in City Hall, what happens at the City Council. You know, WPRA really is the granddaddy of them all, if you will, in terms of neighborhood associations. The last time I checked, there were 96 active neighborhood associations in Pasadena. So we're a... continue reading »"Councilmember Steve Madison's Remarks at the West Pasadena Residents’ Association’s 61st Annual Meeting on May 31, 2023"

Caltrans Information on Pioneer Bridge/134 Freeway Barrier Project

Caltrans hosted an in-person community meeting on March 12 about their construction project to improve the barriers on the Pioneer Bridge/134 freeway. Please click here to read the documents on the project provided by Caltrans. Residents can reach out to the contact listed below at any time during the project with any questions or concerns: Allison Colburn Public Information Officer, Caltrans (213) 200-8694 allison.colburn@dot.ca.gov