Residents Encouraged to Report Storm Damage

A series of strong storm systems swept through Los Angeles County between Wednesday, January 18, 2017 and Monday, January 23, 2017 bringing record amounts of rain throughout the area. With about two months of the winter season remaining, it is important residents become familiar with a process the LA County's Office of Emergency Management conducts to report property damages caused by the recent storms.  Los Angeles County would like residents to take action by reporting how much damage was sustained... continue reading »"Residents Encouraged to Report Storm Damage"

District 7 Meeting February 7th

Green Street Village Landmark District Meeting Flyer Dear Neighbors, Please join Councilmember Andy Wilson and City Staff for a District Meeting. Topics will include Landmark Districts, an Update on the Anti-Mansionization Zoning Code Amendments, the Specific Plan Process, and Crime Prevention. Tuesday, February 7th • 6:30 p.m. Green Street Village Landmark District Madeline Garden Bistro • 1030 East Green Street NOTE: ADDITIONAL PARKING AVAILABLE AT SALON 1202, LOCATED AT 1202 EAST GREEN STREET For questions or to make accessible parking... continue reading »"District 7 Meeting February 7th"

January 22nd Marathon Prompts Several District 7 Street Closures

On Sunday, January 22nd, the Conqur Endurance Group, in partnership with the Rose Bowl, will host the inaugural Pasadena Half Marathon and 5k Run. Several streets in District 7 will be closed in the morning. Street closures begin at 6:00 a.m. for 7:00 a.m. start time. District 7 street closures include Green Street between Arroyo Parkway and Wilson Avenue, Lake Avenue between Green Street and San Pasqual, and Wilson Avenue between Green Street and California Boulevard. All streets will be... continue reading »"January 22nd Marathon Prompts Several District 7 Street Closures"

Wilson Commentary: How Development Really Happens in Pasadena

The Playhouse Plaza building at 680 E. Colorado Blvd. was opened in 2015. (Staff photo by Walt Mancini) Development in Pasadena is an ongoing source of tension in our community. Almost everyone has a strong opinion as we personally experience the impact directly every day: seeing new projects burst forth, sitting in heavy traffic or enduring construction nearby. Read full article

No Good Choices for South Lake Trees

District 7 Councilmember Andy Wilson Pasadena Now Guest Opinion | Councilmember Andy Wilson: No Good Choices for South Lake Trees By ANDY WILSON, Pasadena City Councilmember District 7 Published : Tuesday, November 8, 2016 | 5:27 AM It was with great sadness that I recently saw three healthy ficus trees come down on Lake Street. As an environmentalist and passionate walker, I have a deep passion for the 60,000 street trees that grace our city. As a member of the... continue reading »"No Good Choices for South Lake Trees"

Proposed Thatcher Project Town Hall

Please join Councilmember Andy Wilson for a town hall discussion on the proposed Thatcher Development Project at 960 East Green Street. Speakers will include David Reyes, City Of Pasadena Planning Director and Robert Montano from American General Design. The meeting will take place Thursday, September 29th at 6:00 p.m. at Polytechnic School's Founders Hall, 1030 E California Boulevard, Pasadena. Parking is available in the parking garage on the west side of Wilson south of California Boulevard.

Announcing the New District 7 Website

Announcing the New District 7 Website The Department of IT is currently undertaking the redesign & refreshing of the City's entire website to make it easier for citizens and city works to navigate and locate information pertinent to their daily lives.  Other sections of the city that have already been converted to the new template are: Citizen Service Center Commissions Economic Development Housing Northwest Pasadena Transit Transportation If you have any feedback, please contact us using the CONTACT FORM on... continue reading »"Announcing the New District 7 Website"

Water in Pasadena

70% of our household water usage is devoted to exterior watering. Pasadenans have been challenged to conserve water & we have been doing a pretty good job lately. If we are to make continued progress, we must rethink how we landscape & alter the tradition of fully turfed front lawns. Some of our residents say that they would consider changing their front yards from grass to something more water-wise, but aren’t sure of what to do. Read the Water Wise Brochure.... continue reading »"Water in Pasadena"