Tuesday, June 19, 2018

What Should Pasadena’s Civic Center Look Like? Task Force to Present Recommendations to City Council Monday

The Pasadena Civic Center Task Force will present its final report on the City’s Civic Center to the full City Council on Monday, following eleven months of study and deliberation.

Interim Pasadena Police Chief Will Report Drops in Both Crime Rate and Complaints Against Police at City Committee Meeting

Pasadena's Interim Chief of Police John Perez will report Tuesday that citizen complaints against police have dropped sharply in 2018, use-of-force incidents have declined, and crime has fallen in most categories so far this year compared to 2017 in a year-to-date report "Chief's Report" that Perez is set to deliver to the Public Safety Committee.

Pasadena’s New “Transit-to-Trails” Route 88 Bus Service Proves Successful, Transports Over 600 Riders Per Weekend
Guest Opinion | Mohammed Tajsar: City, Police Must Commit to Community-Led Process to Establish Much-Needed Reforms
City Department Ramps Up to Implement Pasadena’s Commercial Cannabis Program, Says New Dispensaries Can Apply Later This Year
Altadena’s Air Quality Ranked Healthiest in L.A. County
Guest Opinion | West Pasadena Residents’ Association | Why We Care About the Pasadena Civic Center
In Face of Large Blood Donor Decline, Local Red Cross Launches #MissingTypes Campaign
In the Pasadena Courthouse This Week

In the Pasadena Courthouse This Week

Monday, June 18, 2018 | 5:26 am

CatCon, The Convention with “Cattitude,” is Coming in August
Pasadena City College Issues Armenian Genocide Resolution
Old Pasadena Summer Cinema Returns in July, with 4 Venues and 17 Free Movies