Announcements and Information
A fun-filled fall is just ahead
Aug 28 2015 - 01:05:00 pm
Wondering what events and programs are on tap for the next few weeks as we begin to enjoy cooler weather? Wonder no more. Here's a full page of activities and events that will keep you bustling into the change of seasons.
Strawberry Water Park opens the gates Saturday, September 5
Aug 21 2015 - 12:05:00 pm
Strawberry Water Park will open to the public on Saturday, Sept. 5. It will be open every weekend (Saturday & Sunday) in September and into October, as weather permits. (Note: it will also be open on Monday, Sept. 7 for Labor Day.) The hours of operation are 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Admission prices are as follows:
  • $10 for Pasadena residents (over 48 inches tall)
  • $12 for non-residents (over 48 inches tall) 
  • $6 for Pasadena residents (under 48 inches tall)
  • $8 for non-residents (under 48 inches tall)
  • Under 48 inches are not able to use water slides.

Note: Because AT&T is still in the process of running cables/wires to the facility, transaction speeds are much slower than normal, so guests are encouraged to bring cash for admission and concession purchases, in order to keep wait times to a minimum.

The water park's capacity is 600 people inside the gates. After that many people have been admitted into the water park, a waiting line will be formed. To see photos of this newest of Pasadena attractions, click here.
City of Pasadena Extreme Heat Emergency Plan
Aug 10 2015 - 04:41:00 pm
The City of Pasadena Office of Emergency Management offers the following information regarding the excessive heat we are experiencing.

a. Heat Advisory – issued when the heat index value is expected to reach 105 to 109 degrees within the next 12 to 24 hours. A Heat Advisory may be issued for lower criteria if it is early in the season or during a multi-day heat wave.
b. Excessive Heat Watch - is issued when there is a potential for the heat index value to reach or exceed 110 degrees within the next 24 to 48 hours.
c. Excessive Heat Warning – An Excessive Heat Warning is issued when the heat index value is expected to reach or exceed 110 degrees within the next 12 to 24 hours. An Excessive Heat Warning may be issued for lower criteria if it is early in the season or during a multi-day heat wave.

The City offers the following cooling center locations for relief if your home or other living areas become dangerously hot. They will remain open every day until 8 p.m. through Friday.

Location                                           
Address                                  Zip Code

Main Library                            1201 Jeff Ginn Memorial Drive                    77506

Branch Library                              4330 Fairmont Parkway                        77504
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