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Bulky item pick-up services are offered only to City of Pasadena Refuse customers.
Items, such as furniture, mattresses, and appliances, contact the Citizen Service Center
The City participates in countywide Household Hazardous Waste Roundups.
On August 28, 2023, the City of Pasadena awarded the Avenue 64 Complete Streets Project to Axiom Group, and the construction is scheduled to commence on January 8th, 2024 through June 2024.
On May 15, 2023, the City of Pasadena awarded the Lake Avenue Pedestrian Access Improvements Project to Elecnor Belco Electric, Inc., and is scheduled to be working between September 2023 and May 2024.
On March 13, 2023, the City of Pasadena awarded the North Hill Complete Streets Project to FS Contractors, Inc., and the construction is scheduled to commence on August 7th thru mid October 2023.
On August 8, 2022, the City of Pasadena awarded the Cordova Street Complete Streets Project to California Professional Engineering, Inc., and the construction is scheduled to commence on March 13 thru early December 2023.
The City of Pasadena and its contractor, Select Electric, Inc. will be replacing traffic signal cabinets, cabinet foundations, and installing new video detection cameras along California Boulevard from St. John Avenue to Lake Avenue; Del Mar Boulevard from St. John Avenue to Oak Knoll Avenue; Lake Avenue from San Pasqual Street to Orange Grove Boulevard; and Foothill Boulevard from Sierra Madre Boulevard to Michillinda Avenue.
Substantial drainage area size of 527 acres, the location of an adjacent storm drain and available development space.
The Arroyo Seco Water Reuse Project is a joint project between the Cities of Pasadena and South Pasadena, with Pasadena being the lead agency. The project consists of two locations along the Arroyo Seco Channel that will address water quality issues and assist in complying with a state-mandated requirement to reduce the bacteria levels from tributaries that flow into the Los Angeles River.
The Sierra Madre Boulevard Green Street Stormwater Capture Project is located on Sierra Madre Boulevard between Sierra Madre Villa Avenue and Michillinda Avenue and is within the Rio Hondo watershed. This “green street” project is a local and regional stormwater capture and infiltration facility proposed within the median of Sierra Madre Boulevard. The project has the potential to provide significant water quality benefits for Pasadena as well as assist in complying with a state-mandated requirement to improve water quality throughout the watershed.
Washington Park is located at the southeast corner of Washington Boulevard and El Molina Avenue and features a playground, picnic areas, trails, outdoor fitness stations and sports areas, including basketball, softball, handball and tennis courts. Washington Park is located within the Rio Hondo watershed and has the potential to provide significant water quality benefits for Pasadena due to the substantial drainage area size of 527 acres, the location of an adjacent storm drain and available development space.
Brookside Park is owned and operated by the City of Pasadena. The park is located just south of the Rose Bowl on North Arroyo Boulevard immediately adjacent to the Arroyo Seco channel, within the upper Los Angeles River watershed. This project has the potential to provide significant water quality and water supply benefits due to the capture and treatment of 1,166 acres of stormwater and dry weather runoff utilizing best management practices (BMPs).
The Kinneloa yard is owned by the City of Pasadena and is located at 175 S. Kinneloa Ave. immediately adjacent to the Eaton Wash Channel. The Kinneloa yard site is located within the Rio Hondo Watershed. This project has the potential to provide significant water quality benefits due to the upstream drainage area size of 10,255 acres, proximity to the adjacent storm drain, and the available undeveloped City-owned parcel.
Due to the recent increase of suicides and suicide attempts on the Colorado Street Bridge, the redesign and reconstruction of vertical barriers on the bridge are necessary as a method to deter future attempts while preserving the structure's national historic status and architectural significance. Additional mitigation measures may be added to the scope during the design phase of the project. This project provides for the environmental, design, and construction phases.
The project consists of the repair, replacement and modification of existing street light Series Circuit S-263 on Arroyo Boulevard from South City Limit to Westminster Drive and others including portions of Columbia Street, Grand Avenue, Madeline Drive, La Loma Road, California Terrace and Arbor Street in the City of Pasadena.
This project provides for the implementation of a 0.6-acre park at the northeast corner of Union Street and Oak Knoll Avenue to address a park "gap" area in the Central District.
The rehabilitation of 21,000 lineal feet of sewer mains varying in size from 6 to 15 inches using a process of cured-in-place pipe relining. The project also includes approximately 100 feet of repairs to broken and cracked sewer main segments or segments with severe joint offsets.
On 05/18/20, the City of Pasadena will award the Resurfacing of Orange Grove Blvd., from Lincoln Ave to Sierra Madre Villa Ave. The Contractor is expected to begin construction the end of May 2020 and anticipate construction Completion in February 2021.
The Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) has proposed a project to remove sediment that has collected behind the Devil’s Gate Dam.
This project consists of the resurfacing of Alpine Street between Marengo Avenue and Oak Knoll Avenue. This resurfacing is the final construction phase of the Utility Underground project along Alpine St. Work includes re-installation of the raised islands that existed at the El Molino Avenue intersection. This project is scheduled to start May 6, 2019 with anticipated completion of May 24, 2019.
This project will enhance the existing signal system operations of Pasadena’s Light Rail Transit – Advanced Traffic Control System by providing improved communication between the railroad grade crossing signal equipment and the traffic signal equipment.
On July 23, 2018, the City of Pasadena will award the Preventive Maintenance of Streets – 2019 Project to Hardy & Harper, Inc. Hardy & Harper is scheduled to be working between October 2018 and January 2019.
The La Loma Bridge, constructed in 1914 underwent a seismic retrofit and rehabilitation. The construction began in Summer 2015 and the bridge reopened on Saturday June 24th.
In 2002, after extensive community input and City Commission review, the City Council adopted the Robinson Park Master Plan to renovate Robinson Park, which involved an expansion and improvement of the existing park and will include a substantial rehabilitation of the existing recreation center.
Pedestrian Safety at Signalized Intersections - Colorado Boulevard at Fair Oaks Avenue and Lake Avenue at Mountain Street
On 05/18/20, the City of Pasadena will award Pedestrian Safety at Signalized Intersections, on Colorado Boulevard at Fair Oaks & Avenue and Lake Avenue at Mountain Street. The Contractor is expected to begin construction in July 2020 and anticipate construction Completion in October 2020.
On March 14, 2022, the City of Pasadena awarded the Union Street Two-Way Protected Bikeway (Cycle Track) to California Professional Engineering, Inc., and is scheduled to be working between June 2022 and April 2023.