Administration and Finance Division

Birth and Death Records

The Pasadena Vital Records Office maintains birth and death records for events occurring in Pasadena.

Effective January 1, 2019, per California State Law, Health and Safety Code, Section 102365, the City of Pasadena Office of Vital Records will only issue birth and death certificates within two years of the date of the event. To obtain prior records, contact the Los Angeles County Registrar- Recorder at (562) 462-2137 or visit their website at

Emergency Preparedness

The Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program aims to promote disaster preparedness and response by planning with the entire Pasadena community. By understanding the needs of everyone in the City, we continually prepare to reduce the health impacts that may be created as a result of an emergency.

Cashier Services

The Department Cashier collects, records, and deposits all payments due to the Public Health Department in an efficient, professional, and timely manner.

The Cashier processes payments for several health programs including:

  • Birth and Death records application fees
  • Environmental Health permits and fees
  • Immunization Clinic fees

Employment Opportunities

Working for the City of Pasadena is more than a job – it’s an opportunity to make a difference. Every day, we work hard to improve the lives of the people who live, work and play in the great City of Pasadena. We are a multi-industry employer offering exciting opportunities in a vast variety of jobs. We are always looking for talented and motivated people to join us. If you are looking to make an impact while enjoying a rewarding career, we invite you to review our current opportunities and apply for any that fits your skills, experience and interests.

Health Insurance Enrollment

The Pasadena Public Health Department seeks to reduce the number of uninsured children and families, and improve the overall health of Pasadena residents by providing access to care.  Our health insurance outreach program helps enroll single adults, families, pregnant women, and children in health insurance programs.