Anti-mansionization Timeline

Phase 1 - Lower Hastings Ranch March 2015- A moratorium on specific types of development was adopted by City Council in March 2015 (expires March 3, 2017) Four community meetings were held for residents of Lower Hastings Ranch Developed new regulations that include architectural design standards, view protection, regulations on two-story construction, and new Neighborhood Development Permit Phase 2 - Citywide: Non-historic, non-hillside This phase covers all non-historic, non-hillside single-family zoned property throughout Pasadena Eight Citywide community meetings have been... continue reading »"Anti-mansionization Timeline"

Thatcher Medical Building Project Quick Facts and Status Update

PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Thatcher Medical Building Project Quick Facts and Status Update Development and Redevelopment of Property in Pasadena Property owners have the ability to develop their property consistent with: Specific Plan Regulations/Zoning Requirements; The General Plan; The California Environmental Quality Act; and Other applicable state and local rules, including compliance with Fire, Building and Health Codes. Private party leases between a landlord and a tenant are not considered or regulated by the PMC, except in the cases... continue reading »"Thatcher Medical Building Project Quick Facts and Status Update"

General Plan/specific Plans Implementation Process

In 2015, the City Council adopted the General Plan Land Use and Mobility Elements, to ensure that Pasadena continues to strategically and sustainably grow over the next 20 years. Soon, staff will begin to update all eight Specific Plans, including development standards and zoning for each. The community will be involved in this process. Below is brief summary. General Plan Implementation 2017

Anti-mansionization Development Standards Work Program

At the direction of City Council, and in response to concerns for the potential of "Mansionization" in Pasadena, city staff is undertaking a comprehensive effort to revise the Zoning Code development standards governing single family residences. Below is the work plan, with a second round of Community meetings anticipated for Summer 2017 for the Citywide - non-historic and non-hillside neighborhoods. Anti Mansionization Ordinance

City Council Candidate Forums

Pasadena Latino Coalition Non-Partisan Candidate Forum 85 E Holly St, Pasadena, CA 91103 Sunday, February 5th from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm District 7 City Council Candidate Panel Hosted by the Madison Heights and Oak Knoll Neighborhood Associations Caltech's Beckman Institute Auditorium, South Wilson just north of San Pasqual and West of Beckman Auditorium Thursday, February 9th at 7:00 p.m. The Candidate Forum Sponsored by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, Old Pasadena Management District, Playhouse District Association and South Lake... continue reading »"City Council Candidate Forums"