The City of Pasadena Animal Shelter is one of only 10 shelters in its division to vie for a top prize of $100,000 in the ASPCA / Rachael Ray Challenge. The Challenge gives participating shelters a chance to win the top prize as well as other prizes by topping their previous year's pet adoption levels.
The Challenge runs from June 1 to August 31 with a big kick-off event this weekend
to set the pace for the remaining Challenge. With adoption fees cut for both dogs and cats, special discounts for seniors, public safety employees and members of the military, this three-month period is the perfect time to brighten your life with a great pet from our shelter. Even with the discounted prices, spay or neutering, rabies shot, micro chipping and the first round of vacinations are included. Those who adopt dogs will need to purchase a $10 City license.
Join the staff this weekend for the big kick-off, enjoy popcorn and snow cones, have your picture taken next to their 25' inflatable pooch...and be sure to take a look around the shelter. There's bound to be a perfect companion just waiting for the chance to be your new best friend.
You can get more information, directions to the shelter and download applications to get started here
The City of Pasadena's Community Development department is teaming up with the City's animal shelter and SNAP clinic to offer free spay or neutering services to income-qualified pet owners through a HUD-funded block grant.
The process requires documentation of household income. If income levels are met, participants will be issued a voucher for a Pasadena Spay-Neuter & Animal Wellness Clinic
(SNAP) clinic visit in north Pasadena.
You must make an appointment before arriving with your voucher and pet.
This voucher is for spay or neuter services only and does not cover other wellness care.
Please carefully review the program guidelines to determine if you are qualified to participate. You may view the process for application here
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La ciudad de Pasadena departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario se ha asociado con refugio de animales de la Ciudad y de la clínica SNAP para ofrecer servicios de esterilización o castración gratuitas para los dueños de mascotas con ingresos que califican a través de una subvención global financiado por el HUD.
El proceso requiere la documentación de los ingresos familiares. Si se cumplen los niveles de ingresos, los participantes recibirán un vale para una visita a la clínica Pasadena Spay-Neutral y Wellness Clinic Animal (SNAP) en el norte de Pasadena.
Usted debe hacer una cita antes de llegar con su bono y mascota. Este bono es para sólo los servicios de esterilización o castración, y no cubre otros cuidados para la salud.
Por favor revise cuidadosamente las directrices del programa para determinar si está calificado para participar. Usted puede ver el proceso de aplicación aquí
Texans along the Gulf Coast understand the importance of being prepared for hurricane season and the wild weather that can accompany it. Pasadena's Emergency Management team is joined by the Southeast Regional LEPC in sponsoring this year's free workshop on the subject on Saturday, May 24 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
In addition to Channel 13 Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller's forecast and presentation on the subject, the workshop will also cover a number of other topics that impact your family's safety.
Swimming pool safety, child internet use safety, fire and chemical release precautions, crime prevention and more are covered. Just about every aspect of prudent personal preparation is touched on at this event.
Besides the great information, there are door prizes, fire and emergency equipment displays and free hot dogs and soft drinks while supplies last. You'll have the opportunity to learn more at the many safety related booths staffed by vendors, industry partners and government emergency responder agencies.
Learn more about this valuable information resource here
Gratis para el público: Feria de Seguridad de la Comunidad y el huracán Taller
Although we are getting periodic rainfall in our area, the threat of renewed drought--still seen over much of Texas--remains real. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has just released a new Drought Communication Toolkit that addresses the impact on homeowners, industry, recreational facilities and vulnerable populations.
It contains resources that address health impacts from droughts, such as these:
- Reduced water supplies
- Sanitation issues
- Dangers to recreational waters
- Water conservation
- Reduced air quality
- Heat-related illnesses
- Increased fire dangers
You may access the site here
Below is a list of voting locations and times for the Saturday, May 10 election to the CLWA board. There are two positions open this election. The candidates in ballot order are:
- Tim Daggett
- MG Spanial
- Thomas Morrow
- Steve Baxter
- Joe Spence (on ballot but has withdrawn from the election)
- Gordon G. Johnson