Mayor Isbell presents his annual State of the City address to the community this Thursday, February 20. The event, sponsored by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce
, will cover topics such as the Pasadena economy; projects, awards and accomplishments across our community during the past year; and highlights of city department successes. The city's win in the Financial Times City of the Future
awards competition will be a special mention and Mayor Isbell will briefly cover future projects that Pasadenans can look forward to.
The Pasadena Police Department is recruiting qualified and motivated candidates to enter their 68th Academy class
, with prerequisite testing in March. View a summary of benefits and eligibility requirements here
, as well as information on the March tests.
Experience every aspect of police work with you right in the middle of things. Learn about SWAT, auto theft, crime scene investigations, police pursuits and more. It's all at the Citizen Police Academy
, with the next class beginning March 18.
This Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership position paper
details the extraordinary costs that the Biggert-Waters Act threatens property owners with. While flood insurance reform is needed, the hasty implementation of this law will severely impact our region. BAHEP urges property owners to contact their Representative