District 7 Meeting December 14

District 7 Residents are invited to join us for a District 7 Meeting and Annual Ticket Raffle on Saturday, December 14th at the Rose Bowl.  The meeting will be at the Rose Bowl. Parking in Lot F and enter through Gate F to the Press Boxes. Coffee and Raffle entry at 8:30 a.m. Meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. For more information, click here: 2020 Rose Game and Parade.

Walktober Pasadena

Sponsored by the Complete Streets Coalition, Walktober has multiple walking events for everyone! Join us for Caltech: A Stroll Through Time with Coffee, Pie and Councilmember Andy Wilson on Saturday, October 19th. We will begin with Coffee at the Athenaeum at 8:30 a.m. followed by a tour with Caltech docents and ending with a slice of pie at Pie N Burger restaurant! See more about our event and all of the October walks here: https://www.pasadenacsc.org/walktober2019/    

Community Workshop Series for Playhouse District Park Begins October 2nd

Finally - a park in the Central District will become a reality! You are invited to share your vision for the new Playhouse District Park and Parking Lot at the corner of Union Street and El Molino Avenue! The Initial Design Phase has begun. The first workshop will provide an overview of the design process and opportunity to share your ideas for the new park: Wednesday October 2, 2019 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Public Input Gathering The second workshop... continue reading »"Community Workshop Series for Playhouse District Park Begins October 2nd"

Fiestas Patrias Event Friday September 13th

  The public is invited to Pasadena’s free Fiestas Patrias celebration on Friday, September 13, 5-9 p.m., at Villa-Parke Community Center, 363 E. Villa St. Join us as we celebrate the independence of 18 Latin American countries in grand fashion. This family-friendly event highlights the colors, richness and warmth of Latin America culture. For more information, visit http://www.cityofpasadena.net/city-manager/news-releases/celebrate-fiestas-patrias-this-friday-september-13/  

Pasadena Heritage Bus Tours September 28th

During this unique event on September 28th, guests have the choice of three different bus tours that explore Pasadena’s architectural heritage and history. The Bungalow Courts and Garden Apartments Bus Tour explores Pasadena’s innovation in housing from the early 20th Century - the charming and widely popular bungalow courts in their many architectural expressions. A second bus tour will explore the extensive influence of Spanish and Mexican architecture on Pasadena's built environment, from the Civic Center, to Caltech, Colorado Boulevard... continue reading »"Pasadena Heritage Bus Tours September 28th"

Are You Prepared?

We all need to be thinking about our earthquake preparedness following last week's events. The following is a simple one-page handout that lists the contents of a home emergency kit, a go-bag for evacuation from home, and a go-bag for the workplace and car.  This handout is not the most comprehensive, but the tasks it outlines can be accomplished with minimal effort. Personal preparedness for Natural Disasters There are many resources available online at OEM’s new public information site:  www.lacounty.gov/emergency... continue reading »"Are You Prepared?"

Fair Oaks Orange Grove Specific Plan Walking Tour

Join City Staff for a walking tour of the Fair Oaks Orange Grove Specific Plan area. The tour will take place Saturday, July 20th from 8-10 a.m. Meeting place will be Starbucks at the Fair Oaks Renaissance Plaza where we will receive tour details. Walking shoes and sunscreen are recommended. FOOG Walking Tour Flyer  

District 7 Community Meeting - June 1, 2019

Dear Friends, I will be hosting a District 7 Meeting on Saturday, June 1st at 9:00 a.m. on the stunning rooftop of the newly opened Granville Restaurant, 270 South Lake Avenue. Topics will include SB 50, the "More Housing Bill" sitting in Sacramento right now that would accelerate the building of dense apartment buildings throughout the state and in Los Angeles, as well as other current issues in Pasadena. read more