News / July 10, 2020 L.A. County Great Plates Delivered Extended

The County of Los Angeles Great Plates Delivered program has been extended through Sunday, Aug. 9. Great Plates Delivered offers three free home-delivered meals a day from local restaurants to qualifying older adults and adults over 60 who are at high-risk of COVID-19 as determined by the CDC.  This effort aims to assist those in need...

News / July 10, 2020 How California Plans to Fight Fires Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom visited McClellan Air Force Base to highlight the state’s wildfire mitigation capabilities and discuss new efforts to protect emergency personnel and evacuees from COVID-19 during wildfires. The governor also announced the state would hire 858 more firefighters and six California Conservation Corps (CCC) crews through October because the COVID-19 pandemic might...

News / July 10, 2020 3 Emergency Cooling Centers Open This Weekend to L.A. County Residents

With temperatures in parts of Los Angeles County expected to rise into the triple digits this weekend, three public facilities located throughout the County will serve as Emergency Cooling Centers on Saturday and Sunday, as of Friday afternoon. These centers provide members of the public who lack air conditioning at home, or who lack a...

News / July 10, 2020 Foothill Gold Line from Glendora to Pomona Begins Major Construction

Cities prepare for work ahead; estimated to generate billions in economic output over the five-year construction phase Friday, the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority (Construction Authority) began major construction on the 9.1-mile, four-station Foothill Gold Line light rail project from Glendora to Pomona. The project is anticipated to be completed in 2025 and will add new stations to...

News / July 10, 2020 City of Pasadena Announces Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The City of Pasadena’s housing department is providing rental assistance to Pasadena residents who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 and are struggling to pay rent. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program provides eligible applicants grants for up to three months’ worth of past due rent, not to exceed $4,500 total. “Over the past few months,...

News / July 10, 2020 City of Pasadena Announces Partial Street Closures to Allow for Outdoor Dining

One of Pasadena’s most well-known streets, Colorado Boulevard, will get a makeover starting this Saturday, July 11 as it becomes the first location in the city to offer outdoor dining in city streets. The State of California’s recent directive to limit dining indoors has resulted in the expansion of outdoor dining a priority for local...

News / July 10, 2020 L.A. County Parks Reopen Splash Pads, Swim Beaches, Overnight Camping

Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors proclaimed July as “Parks Make Life Better” month to highlight the impact of parks in supporting communities during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation (L.A. County Parks) marks the annual celebration as the official start of the Summer 2020...

News / July 9, 2020 Trash, Illegal Fires Pose Health Concerns for L.A. County Beachgoers

Visitors reminded to ‘pack in, pack out’ their trash To the record numbers of beachgoers descending on Los Angeles County’s iconic beaches, the Department of Beaches and Harbors (DBH) has a message regarding your trash: pack in, pack out. Since late May, nearly 8 million people have visited the beach—a 60% increase over the same time...

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COMMUNITY ADVISED TO PREPARE FOR SECOND WINDSTORM

COMMUNITY ADVISED TO PREPARE FOR SECOND WINDSTORM Following a ferocious thunderstorm that swept through Pasadena earlier this week, a second windstorm with predicted gusts of up to 60 miles an hour is expected to hit Dec. 16 and 17. Pasadena Public Works Department crews will be working all weekend to continue the process of debris…

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SNOW FORCES CLOSURE OF COUNTY ROADS

SNOW FORCES CLOSURE OF COUNTY ROADS Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced that due to snow accumulation on County roadways, the Department of Public Works will close the following roadway segments before noon today: Angeles Forest Highway – Aliso Cyn. Road to SR-2 (Angeles Crest Highway Upper Big Tujunga Cyn. Road – Angeles Forest Highway to…

Dr. Matthew Lin Launches Campaign for State Assembly
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Dr. Matthew Lin Launches Campaign for State Assembly

Dr. Matthew Lin Launches Campaign for State Assembly Dr. Matthew Lin drew a large group of supporters Saturday morning as he officially launched his campaign for California’s new 49th Assembly District at the Garfield Medical Center, where he first began his medical practice more than 30 years ago. Off to a strong start, Dr. Lin’s…

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Mayor Makes Statement on Windstorm Recovery Efforts in Pasadena

STATEMENT ON WINDSTORM RECOVERY FROM MAYOR BILL BOGAARD The hurricane-force windstorm that swept through Pasadena last Wednesday evening, Nov. 30, through Thursday afternoon, Dec. 1, provided evidence once again that we live in an extraordinary community. The record will show this to have been a storm of historic proportion, and the people of Pasadena responded…

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FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION ON AVE 64

FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION Pasadena – On Wednesday morning December 7, 2011 an unidentified male was struck and killed on Ave. 64 near the intersection of Nithsdale St. The victim was struck by a southbound vehicle as he crossed the street on Ave. 64. The victim has yet to be identified. He is described as male…

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SUPERSCOOPER LEASE CONTRACT EXTENDED ONE WEEK FOR FIRE WEATHER

SUPERSCOOPER LEASE CONTRACT EXTENDED ONE WEEK FOR FIRE WEATHER LOS ANGELES COUNTY – To prepare for the anticipated fire danger as high winds are forecast for Los Angeles County, Mayor Michael D. Antonovich announced that the contract for two SuperScoopers fire-fighting aircraft leased from the Government of Quebec will be extended an additional week by…

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CITY OF PASADENA ISSUES RED FLAG ALERT

CITY OF PASADENA ISSUES RED FLAG ALERT Pasadena Fire Chief Calvin E. Wells has directed the activation of Red Flag Parking Restrictions within the City of Pasadena in response to the National Weather Service predictions. A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions are expected. This in combination with dry fuels could create…

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City Happenings

Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24 and 25 City of Pasadena administrative offices, libraries, community centers and clinics will be closed. Monday, Nov. 28 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Grant seekers will learn how to generate targeted lists of funding prospects during a workshop conducted by Flintridge Center staff in the Technology Learning Center at…

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