A Remarkable Pasadena Achievement: No More Homeless Families Pasadena – which ranked first among 32 cities in 24 states for reducing homelessness from 2009-2016 in a just-released survey report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors – has also quietly accomplished another feat: there are no longer any unsheltered homeless families living here. “We’re happy to say that according to our last survey, we don’t have any homeless families out on the streets,” said Pasadena’s Department of Housing and Career Services...
124-Year-Old Decker House Facelift will Give Homeowners an Affordable Taste of History The Historic Decker house located at 750 N. Fair Oaks Avenue will be strapped up and transported up the street to its new and permanent location as a part of an ambitious affordable housing development set to open in 2018. The Queen Anne style house, which was constructed in 1892 and designated a city landmark in 1998, has sat vacant for over a decade in Northwest Pasadena and...
Change for a Change Donations to the Real Change Movement meters doubled in the second year of operation, and city officials have used some of those funds to find permanent housing for 20 homeless people. Read more: Change for a Changed
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