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Extension for Building Five Story Residential Tower on Lake Avenue Likely to be Granted Tuesday

The City of Pasadena’s Design Commission is expected to approve a time extension for the approved Final Design Review of a plan to build a new five-story, 12-unit residential project at 919 Boston Court in Pasadena. The application for Time Extension was filed in September; the Final Design Review approval, which is effective for three years, is set to expire on November 5, the Department…

Six Story Office-and-Residential Complex on North Lake Ave. Slated to Go Before Planning Commission

Rendering of the proposed mixed-use project at 83 N. Lake Ave., viewed from Union Street. – Courtesy illustration / American General Design Pasadena’s Planning Commission on Wednesday is likely to approve a Conditional Use Permit…

County Civil Grand Jury Reports on the Homeless in Pasadena Libraries

Pasadena city security guards subdue a man armed with a bladed weapon (inset) during a scuffle at closing time on Friday, August 11, 2017, in the parking lot behind Pasadena's Central Library in the 300…

City Takes Stock of Sidewalk Conditions, Finds 18,000 Needed Repairs

There are about 15 million square feet of sidewalks in Pasadena and 664,000 square feet of them need repairing. And that could take six more years and cost as much as $9 million. That conclusion…

Pasadena Public Health Dept. Director Will What It Means to Be a “Health Strategy Catalyst”

The City of Pasadena’s Public Health Department Director and Health Officer Dr. Ying-Ying Goh will speak to the Pasadena Rotary Club in an open-to-the-public meeting Wednesday, Oct. 23 about the Dept.’s role as a “health…

Government Events

Tuesday, October 22 - 6:00 pm PUSD School Consolidation Community Forum

Tuesday, October 29 - 6:30 pm Community Meeting: Colorado Street Bridge Suicide Mitigation Enhancements Project

Wednesday, November 27 - 4:00 pm Pasadena Center Operating Company Board Meeting

Thursday, October 24

A Busy Week Ahead for City Government

City Council Meeting – October 21 6:30 P.M. Council Chamber, Pasadena City Hall 100 North Garfield Avenue, Room S249 Meeting Agenda Municipal Services Committee Meeting…

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Pasadena is Ready for The Big One, But It Will be Costly

Pasadena last faced citywide damage after a windstorm in 2011 toppled thousands of trees and damaged buildings, costing the city over $18 million to recover. Photo courtesy City of Pasadena. When “The Big One” hits – and it will – Pasadena will be ready to recover rapidly, but it will be costly, according to a presentation to the City’s Public Safety Committee Wednesday. The emphasis of the presentation by Public Information Officer Lisa Derderian was less about preparedness for a disaster itself, but making sure the City could still function and recover quickly following a large-scale event. Pasadena created Disaster…

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