April 9th City Council Study Session on Growth and Development

On April 9th the City Council participated in a study session on Growth and Development in Pasadena, contemplating current Zoning Codes and Density, and how they are being impacted by Affordable Housing Concessions. The Council felt that immediate action is necessary to protect the city from overly dense developments, and has asked the City Manager to go to the Planning Commission on April 25th to explore caps and other alternatives that can be implemented before the Specific Plans are complete. Council Study Session... continue reading »"April 9th City Council Study Session on Growth and Development"

District 7 Meeting April 4th

Please join us for a District 7 Meeting on Wednesday, April 4th at 6:00 p.m. The meeting topics will include a discussion of the proposed sales tax increase for Pasadena, and the proposed Cannabis regulations and associated business tax, both which will be 2018 ballot initiatives for our residents. The meeting will be held at PUSD Headquarters, 351 South Hudson Avenue, 2nd Floor Board Room 236. Parking is available in the surface lot on Del Mar Boulevard and Hudson Avenue.

City Announces "our Pasadena" Program to Implement the Updated General Plan

The City has launched Our Pasadena, the program to update all eight Specific Plans throughout the City as well as the Zoning Code. Our Pasadena moves the General Plan forward with a focus on implementation—updating Pasadena’s Zoning Code and establishing neighborhood-specific design and land-use goals for all eight of the City’s Specific Plans: Central District, East Pasadena, East Colorado, Fair Oaks/Orange Grove, Lamanda Park, Lincoln Avenue, North Lake, and South Fair Oaks. The Zoning Code will be updated to establish... continue reading »"City Announces "our Pasadena" Program to Implement the Updated General Plan"

Public Invited to Comment on Draft Climate Action Plan

The public is invited to attend two meetings later this month and to provide verbal or written comments on the City’s newly released draft Climate Action Plan (CAP) that was created to help Pasadena reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. The meetings include 1) The Environmental Advisory Commission, 6 p.m., Thursday January 18th at the Permit Center Hearing Room, 175 N Garfield Avenue and 2) City Council's Municipal Services Committee, 4 p.m., Tuesday January 23rd in the City Council Chamber at... continue reading »"Public Invited to Comment on Draft Climate Action Plan"