Announcements and Information
City buildings will be closed until Tuesday, Sept. 5
Aug 30 2017 - 10:23:00 pm
City buildings will be closed for the rest of the week. This includes City Hall, Water Billing, our Municipal Court, both libraries and all recreation centers. The Texas International Shootout Wheelchair Basketball Tournament that was scheduled for this weekend has also been canceled.

However, there will be trash pick-up by City Sanitation crews and Waste Management on Thursday and Friday.

Please note that even with the closures for the rest of the week, our Emergency Operations Center will still be staffed around-the-clock and emergency services will remain available.

All City buildings will also be closed on Monday, Sept. 4 for Labor Day. The City of Pasadena will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Hurricane Harvey information
Aug 25 2017 - 12:59:00 pm
Posted on Friday, Sept. 1 at 11:09 a.m.:

Water Billing waiving penalties:

The City of Pasadena Water Billing Department will be waiving penalties for bills due between 8/27/2017 and 9/30/2017. On Friday, September 1, 2017, the office is taking payments in the drive-through and by telephone. Call 713.475.5566 to make a payment.   

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Posted on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 9:50 p.m.:

Update on curfew, distribution center, trash pick-up and more:

The full list of updates related to Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey is also available as a PDF document.

City Buildings:

City facilities are closed all week and will remain closed on Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 4). This includes City Hall, Water Billing, both libraries and all recreation centers. However, there will be trash pick-up on Thursday, Aug. 31 and Friday, Sept. 1. Emergency services will remain available as usual. All City buildings will reopen for normal business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 5.

Courts:
The Pasadena Municipal Court has been closed since Monday, Aug. 28 and will be closed through Monday, Sept. 4. People who were scheduled to appear in court during that time will not be penalized for missing their court appearance. The courts will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 5.

Curfew:
A curfew is in effect for the city of Pasadena from midnight to 5 a.m. until further notice.

Debris:
Crews have started removing debris in the city. To help speed the process, residents are asked to move all parked vehicles from the streets and to keep building materials separate from tree limbs and vegetative storm debris, and separate both of those from normal household garbage. Burning brush and other debris within Pasadena city limits is a serious fire hazard and remains strictly prohibited, as it always has been.

Donations:
We are not accepting donations at this time. However, anyone in need of donated items may come pick them up at our distribution center, which is located in the old Dillard’s at Plaza Paseo (formerly Pasadena Town Square Mall). Enter through Entrance A, which is located near Pasadena Blvd. at Harris. The distribution center opens on Friday at 9 a.m.

FEMA:
If you were impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, apply for assistance at disasterassistance.gov or call 800-621-3362. (Si fue afectado por Texas Hurricane Harvey en Texas, solicite asistencia por desastre: disasterassistance.gov/es)

School Closings:
Classes at Pasadena ISD schools, Deer Park ISD schools, Clear Creek ISD schools and San Jacinto College are currently expected to resume on Tuesday, September 5.

Shelters:
There are three emergency shelters currently located in Pasadena:
1. Golden Acres Baptist Church - 2812 Pansy
2. Pasadena High School - 206 South Shaver
3. Salvation Army - 2731 Cherrybrook


Shelter in Place:
There is not a shelter in place in effect for Pasadena.

Trash Pick-Up:
Trash is being picked up on Thursday, Aug. 31 and Friday, Sept. 1.

Volunteer Opportunities:
Volunteers are needed at our distribution center, which is located at Plaza Paseo (formerly Pasadena Town Square Mall). Volunteers can begin showing up at 8 a.m., and distribution will begin at 9 a.m.

Water Services:
The water remains safe to drink in all Pasadena zip codes. There is not a need to boil water, and no outages/shortages are expected. Sewer services are also operating normally.


For more information, visit the city’s website at www.ci.pasadena.tx.us or follow us on social media (www.facebook.com/pasadenatexas or www.twitter.com/pasadenatx). 


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Posted on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 12:07 p.m.:

Items being distributed to victims of Hurricane Harvey:

If you are in need of clothing, cleaning supplies, toiletries, food items, shoes or anything else, the City of Pasadena is distributing donated items at the old Dillard's building at Plaza Paseo (formerly Pasadena Town Square Mall) until 7 p.m.today. We will continue to distribute from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through Sunday.

Address: 100 Town Square Mall - Pasadena Blvd near Harris on the north side of the mall, near Sears

Please share this important information with anyone impacted by the storm. We want to help everyone in our community who is in need.

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Posted on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 11:09 a.m.:

Pasadena is NOT under a shelter in place; new curfew hours:

Although the city had a shelter in place in effect during the heaviest rains of Hurricane Harvey, that shelter in place was lifted after the rain stopped. Pasadena is not under a shelter in place any longer. 

The city is, however, still under a curfew. The hours of the curfew have now been changed to midnight to 5 a.m. until further notice.    

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Posted on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 10:05 a.m.:

Volunteers needed; donations no longer needed:

We are no longer accepting donations, but volunteers are still needed to help with sorting and distribution of items. If you are interested in helping, you can come to the old Dillard's (located at 100 Town Square Mall - Pasadena Blvd near Harris on the north side of the Pasadena Town Square Mall/Plaza Paseo, near Sears) to volunteer.
    

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Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 9:43 p.m.:

Wheelchair Basketball Tournament canceled:

The Texas International Shootout Wheelchair Basketball Tournament that was scheduled for this weekend has been canceled.
    

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Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 3:43 p.m.:

City Buildings Closed until Tuesday, Sept. 5:

City buildings will be closed for the rest of the week. This includes City Hall, Water Billing, our Municipal Court, both libraries and all recreation centers.

However, there will be trash pick-up by City Sanitation crews and Waste Management on Thursday and Friday.

Please note that even with the closures for the rest of the week, our Emergency Operations Center will still be staffed around-the-clock and emergency services will remain available.

All City buildings will also be closed on Monday, Sept. 4 for Labor Day. The City of Pasadena will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
   

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Posted on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 8:35 a.m., updated at 6:45 p.m.:

New donation center opens at Plaza Paseo/Pasadena Town Square Mall:

*** UPDATE: The donation center will close at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 30 and will not reopen. Thank you to everyone in our community for your support and generosity!

Volunteers and donations needed! Donations for Pasadena's three emergency shelters are now being accepted at the old Dillard's building at the mall (100 town square mall - Pasadena Blvd near Harris. Northside of the Pasadena Town Square Mall/Plaza Paseo, near Sears).

We need volunteers to help sort donations and to assist with giving food & clothes to residents in need. No need to call or sign up; volunteers can just show up.

Some of the items that have been requested for donations are:
• Diapers (adult and children's, especially sizes 4-5)
• Baby bottles
• Infant formula
• Clothing (all sizes, but especially plus size women’s clothes)
• Food items
• Toiletries
• Towels
• Wipes
• Plastic grocery bags & trash bags
• Cots
• Blankets
• Kennels & crates for animals
• Cleaning supplies

Donations will be accepted from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. But please be safe! Avoid streets with high water and turn around if you have any doubts about if you can make it safely.
   

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Posted on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 10:43 p.m.:

Special emergency City Council meeting to be held:

A special emergency meeting of the Pasadena City Council will be held on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 9 a.m. in City Council Chambers (Pasadena City Hall - 1149 Ellsworth, 1st floor). City Council meeting agenda
    

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Posted on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 2:43 p.m.:

City Buildings Closed on Wednesday:

City buildings will be closed on Wednesday Aug. 30. This includes City Hall, Water Billing, our Municipal Court, both libraries and all recreation centers.

There also will not be any City trash pick-up tomorrow. Please do not place any trash or flood-damaged items in your front yards or on the curb. It will not be picked up tomorrow and could move into the streets and block flood drainage that is already inundated with rain. If you need to take up carpet/flooring and/or move damaged furniture, please secure it in an area where it is not at risk of moving into the roadway, like a fenced in backyard or a specific area of your home.

Please note that even with the closure tomorrow, our Emergency Operations Center will still be staffed around-the-clock during this severe weather event, and emergency services will remain available.
   

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Posted on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 12:41 p.m.; updated at 2:39 p.m.:

Donations for Emergency Shelters:

***UPDATE: Thanks to the incredible generosity and support of our community, PAL Gym is now completely full. Please do not bring any more donations until we can find another building to use. Stay tuned to our social media and website for updates.***

Donations for Pasadena's three emergency shelters are now being accepted at PAL Gym (2910 Southmore -- near intersection of Southmore and Red Bluff). Please do NOT drop off donations directly at the shelters; we will deliver the supplies as they are needed/requested by the shelters.

Some of the items that have been requested are:
• Diapers (adult and children's, especially sizes 4-5)
• Baby bottles
• Infant formula
• Clothing (all sizes, but especially plus size women’s clothes)
• Food items
• Toiletries
• Towels
• Wipes
• Plastic grocery bags & trash bags
• Cots
• Blankets
• Kennels & crates for animals
• Cleaning supplies

Volunteers will be at PAL Gym until 6 p.m. today to accept donations and sort them. But please be safe! Many roads are still impassable. Avoid high water and turn around if you have any doubts about if you can make it safely.
    

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Posted on Monday, Aug. 28 at 6:53 p.m.:

City Buildings Closed:

City buildings will be closed on Tuesday Aug. 29. This includes City Hall, Water Billing, our Municipal Court, both libraries and all recreation centers.

There also will not be any City trash pick-up tomorrow. Please do not place any trash or flood-damaged items in your front yards or on the curb. It will not be picked up tomorrow and could move into the streets and block flood drainage that is already inundated with rain. If you need to take up carpet/flooring and/or move damaged furniture, please secure it in an area where it is not at risk of moving into the roadway, like a fenced in backyard or a specific area of your home.

Please note that even with the closure tomorrow, our Emergency Operations Center will still be staffed around-the-clock during this severe weather event, and emergency services will remain available.
   

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Posted on Monday, Aug. 28 at 5:14 p.m.:

Emergency Shelter Needs:

In response to the many requests received to provide assistance, donations and resources to those impacted by Tropical Storm Harvey, the City of Pasadena and the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce have communicated directly with the three emergency shelters located in Pasadena and compiled a list of needs by shelter (as of 2:30 PM CST on Monday, August 28, 2017):
 
Golden Acres Baptist Church - 2812 Pansy

Donation Needs:
• Diapers (Size 4-5)
• Plus Size Women’s Clothes
• Lunch and Canned Meat Products (e.g. lunchables, tuna kits, nothing that has to be cooked)
• Baby Bottles
• Infant Formula
• Plastic Grocery Bags & Trash Bags
Volunteers are needed to assist with accepting and sorting donations that are received. Volunteers can show up at the church to offer assistance.


Pasadena High School - 206 South Shaver

Donation Needs:
• Cots
• Blankets
• Towels
• Wipes
• Kennels & Crates for animals
• Cleaning Supplies & Newspapers for animal assistance
• Trash Bags
• Food from restaurants (cooked and ready to serve)
Volunteers are needed and can show up to help on-site.


Salvation Army - 2731 Cherrybrook 

Shelter is at capacity and only accepting clients referred through City of Pasadena emergency rescue efforts, not walk-ins. No volunteers are needed at this time but donations are accepted.

Donation Needs: 
• Toiletries
• Cots
• Blankets
• Towels
• Diapers (Adults, Children Sizes 4-5)
• Perishable foods that can be cooked (meat, pasta, etc.) 


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Posted on Monday, Aug. 28 at 11:23 a.m.:

Update from Mayor Jeff Wagner (download the full statement, or read a copy of the text below):
 
As everyone in our community knows all too well, the last couple of days were not something we will soon forget. Hurricane Harvey brought more than 26 inches of rain, and flooded streets, homes and neighborhoods are everywhere we look. But in the midst of what was undoubtedly one of the worst disasters in Pasadena’s history, I have never been prouder of our city.

There were more than 1,000 rescues by our emergency responders yesterday. That’s more than 1,000 lives saved in a single day by the men and women we are lucky enough to have serving our city. Our fire department helped more than 200 individuals evacuate. Our police department has continued to provide law and order to keep us safe, while also working tirelessly to clear all of the stranded, flooded and abandoned vehicles off of our roadways. And our partners in the region, like Harris County and Precinct 8, were with us every step of the way to help with rescue operations and to clear the vehicles that were abandoned along Beltway 8. Air rescues are continuing and, as of this morning, there will be three emergency shelters in Pasadena:

• Salvation Army (2732 Cherrybrook) – currently at capacity
• Golden Acres Baptist Church (2812 Pansy) – still has openings
• Pasadena High School (206 South Shaver) – new shelter opening today

I’m happy to report that we have started to see a decrease in the number of emergency calls. I thank each of you for heeding our plea to only call 911 in the event of a life-threatening emergency. You made a big difference, and you allowed us to get straight to the calls that were most dire. Because of you, more people were helped. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate that.

I am also very proud of our city staff, who have continued to work around the clock for our community. Take our Public Works crews for example, who responded to more than 100 calls for service yesterday, and our Animal Shelter staff, who ensured that all of the animals at the shelter continued to have food and water and were taken care of.

Our crews have also been closely monitoring our water. I’m happy to report that Pasadena's water services are operating normally and are meeting 100 percent of the community's needs. The water is safe to drink; there is not a need to boil water before drinking it. We are also not shutting water off or reducing capacity in any way. Sewer operations are also running normally.

As safe as our drinking water is, the water that has accumulated in the streets can be a different story. Please do not let kids play in the water in the streets. It could have contaminants from the roadway or snakes and other wildlife. Plus, it may be much deeper than it appears.

There are a few businesses open in Pasadena. The Kroger at 2619 Red Bluff is open (both the grocery store and the pharmacy). Today, we will be calling other grocery stores and pharmacies and working to compile a list of the ones that are open in our community. As we get that information, we will share it with you.

Unfortunately, due to water in the building and unsafe conditions, Bayshore Medical Center is not open at this time and has transported their patients to other facilities. But CHI St. Luke's Health - Patients Medical Center remains open and is accepting patients. I am grateful to have these partners in the medical community who are helping us get through this crisis.

I am proud to say that there are many of these stories: businesses, restaurants, groups and organizations who have stepped up to help the city in any way that they can. Take Luke Wilbanks at Chick-fil-a on Fairmont, for example. Today, he has pledged to cook 1,000-2,000 sandwiches for our shelters and for our emergency responders. Or Ernie’s, who when a food truck got stranded in high water on its way to deliver food to our police station, stepped up and immediately provided meals.

We have had many others ask how they can help. I can tell you that the shelters in our city have some critical needs: baby formula, baby bottles, diapers (especially sizes 4 and 5) are the most urgently needed, along with blankets, pillows, towels, men’s clothing in all sizes, women's clothing in all sizes, and baby/small child clothing. While we are still urging people to stay off the roads, anyone who can safely make it to the Golden Acres Baptist Church drop off items there.

From feeding our emergency responders to helping provide for the shelters in Pasadena, I have been in awe of the response to this crisis from our community. The spirit of Pasadena is unbreakable, no matter what the circumstance. As I have said before, with all of us working together, I have no doubt that we will get through this together. Thank you all. 


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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 10:27 p.m.:

Barricaded roads and high water locations:

Just a reminder that Pasadena is still under a shelter in place, and the city-wide curfew is now in effect until 7 a.m. The safest place to be is at home. To give an idea of what the current road conditions are like around town, here are the streets that are currently barricaded:

4100-4300 Shaver
Beltway 8 and Spencer
Beltway 8 and Pine
Tascott St.
Shaw St.
Witter and Red Bluff
Space Center @ Cresta Place
Space Center @ Spencer
Red Bluff @ Fairmont
Spencer @ Trebor

In addition, there are many high water locations, including: Spencer at Denkman; Spencer at Bliss Meadows; Spencer at Sinclair and several roads in the El Jardin area and El Carey area.

With more heavy rain in the forecast for tonight, these conditions may get worse. So please help our emergency responders and everyone in our community stay safer by staying off the roads.

In the event that you or someone else needs assistance, the High Water Rescue Contact Numbers are:
713-475-5582
713-475-7079
713-475-7078



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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 3:27 p.m.:

City closed on Monday, Aug. 28:

City buildings will be closed tomorrow, Monday Aug. 28. This includes City Hall, Water Billing, our Municipal Court, both libraries and all recreation centers.

There also will not be any City trash pick-up tomorrow. Please do not place any trash or flood-damaged items in your front yards or on the curb. It will not be picked up tomorrow and could move into the streets and block flood drainage that is already inundated with rain. If you need to take up carpet/flooring and/or move damaged furniture, please secure it in an area where it is not at risk of moving into the roadway, like a fenced in backyard or a specific area of your home.

Please note that even with the closure tomorrow, our Emergency Operations Center will still be staffed around-the-clock during this severe weather event, and emergency services will remain available.

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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 2:07 p.m.:

Water conditions:

Pasadena's water services are operating normally and are meeting 100 percent of the community's needs. The water is safe to drink; there is NOT a need to boil water before drinking it.

The City of Pasadena is not shutting water off or reducing capacity in any way. Sewer operations are also running normally. 

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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 1:57 p.m.:

School closures: 

  • Pasadena Independent School District: Classes have been canceled for the week. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 5. For more information, visit the school district's website at www.pasadenaisd.org

 

  • Deer Park Independent School District: Classes have been canceled for the week. For more information, visit the school district's website at www.dpisd.org

 

  • Clear Creek Independent School District: Classes have been canceled for the week. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 5. For more information, visit the school district's website at www.ccisd.net

 

  • San Jacinto College: The College will be closed on Monday, Aug. 28 and Tuesday, Aug. 29. For more information, visit www.sanjac.edu
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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 12:55 p.m.:

***UPDATE: The shelter-in-place for Pasadena has now been lifted.

Shelter in place still in effect:

There is still a shelter in place in effect for the City of Pasadena. Most streets in the city are not passable, even with high water vehicles. Please do not attempt to travel. We are working with the county, state and NGOs to coordinate rescue and relief efforts.

If you have question about supplies or need help with supplies, contact the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Currently the only shelter available is at the Salvation Army at 2732 Cherrybrook.

Please only call 9-1-1 for life-threatening emergencies.

 
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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 11:39 a.m.:

City-wide curfew: 

The City of Pasadena has issued a city-wide curfew between the hours of 10 p.m. until 7 a.m. until further notice. The curfew is effective immediately and applies to anyone within Pasadena city limits between these times, except for emergency vehicles and anyone authorized by the City’s Emergency Management Director to assist with disaster recovery.

The full text of the curfew is as follows:

Whereas, said state of disaster requires that certain emergency measures be taken pursuant to the Executive Order Relating to Emergency Management; now, therefore, the following regulations shall take effect immediately upon issuance, and shall remain in effect until the state of disaster terminated.

CURFEW
(a) A person shall not remain or travel upon any public or private property in the City of Pasadena between the hours of 10pm and 7am.
(b) Subsection (a) shall not apply to:
     (1) a person authorized by the Emergency Management Director to assist in the production of the health, safety, or welfare of the public; or
     (2) a person who remains or travels upon private property which is owned by him or upon which the person has been invited.

PENALTIES
(a) These regulations shall have the effect of ordinances when duly filed with the City Secretary.
(b) A person who violates any provision if these regulations, upon conviction, is punishable by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00).
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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 10:33 a.m.:

School closures: 

  • Pasadena Independent School District: Classes have been canceled for Monday, Aug. 28 and Tuesday, Aug. 29. For more information, visit the school district's website at www.pasadenaisd.org

 

  • Deer Park Independent School District: Classes have been canceled for Monday, Aug. 28 and Tuesday, Aug. 29. For more information, visit the school district's website at www.dpisd.org
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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 4:55 a.m.:

Important update from Mayor Jeff Wagner:

"A shelter in place remains in effect for all of Pasadena, due to flooding and severe weather in our area. The city remains under a Flash Flood Emergency from the National Weather Service. Flash flooding is ongoing, and roadways are impassable. For your safety, please do not leave your home.

I want to assure everyone in our community that we are here, working around the clock to make sure everyone in Pasadena is safe. Rescue operations are being conducted for those who are in need of help. Our police, fire and EMS are utilizing boats, helicopters and high-water vehicles to evacuate all citizens who are in life-threatening situations first.

I encourage everyone in our city to focus on their safety and the safety of their family first. We are monitoring the storm closely and working closely with partners throughout our region. We will continue to do everything we can. We will continue to work for you and with you. And together, we will get through this."

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Posted on Sunday, Aug. 27 at 12:33 a.m.:

A shelter in place has been issued for all of Pasadena, due to flooding and severe weather in our area. The city is under a Flash Flood Emergency from the National Weather Service. Flash flooding is ongoing, and roadways are impassable. Please do not leave your house until an all-clear is given.
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Posted on Friday, Aug. 25:

With Hurricane Harvey expected to make landfall west of our area late Friday night or early Saturday morning, heavy rainfall and flooding is expected in Pasadena over the next few days. Up to 10-25 inches of rain are possible, along with tropical storm force winds, starting late Friday night/early Saturday morning. Tornadoes are also possible.

Closures:
  • Pasadena Public Library will close at 3 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 25 and will also be closed on Saturday, Aug. 26.
  • All city pools and recreation centers for youth will be closed for the weekend.
  • The Lynchburg Ferry is closed until further notice.
  • Armand Bayou Nature Center will be closed for the weekend.

The Pasadena Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring the storm and preparing resources, and residents are encouraged to do the same.

Tips to Prepare:

  • Text SWIFT911 to 99538 to receive Pasadena emergency alerts.
  • Closely monitor the City’s Facebook page, as well as local news sources for updated information about the storm.
  • Make a plan and include all emergency contact information in your plan.
  • Ensure you have a 3-5 day supply of food and water.
  • Have enough medications and refills to last for several days.
  • Make sure your pets are safe from the weather, and check to ensure that they have food too.
  • Prepare a kit with flashlights, batteries and a tool kit.
  • Have all your toiletries and a first aid kit readily available.
  • Secure patio furniture and/or remove objects that may be impacted by high winds and heavy rain.
Police department to host first Unidos event
Aug 16 2017 - 03:50:00 pm
Everyone is invited to join the Pasadena Police Department at the first Unidos meeting. It will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 29 from 7-9 p.m. at Iram's Reception Hall (1310 Harris).

This community outreach event was created to help strengthen the relationship between the Spanish-speaking community and the police department. Guests will have the opportunity to meet some of the department's Spanish-speaking officers, who will be available to answer questions during this event. Complimentary refreshments will be served.


El Departamento de Policía de Pasadena organizará la primera junta de Unidos. Este programa será hecho para reforzar la relación de la comunidad hispana con el Departamento de Policía de Pasadena. El publico tendrá la oportunidad de conocer a unos de los oficiales que hablan español, y estarán disponibles para responder a las preguntas de la comunidad. Pan dulce y refrescos estarán disponibles.


Pasadena Citizens Advisory Council meeting set for Thursday, Aug. 24
Aug 15 2017 - 04:11:00 pm
The next meeting of the Pasadena Citizens' Advisory Council will be Thursday, Aug. 24 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at First United Methodist Church (1062 Fairmont).

The topic will be "Emergency Response and Communications Associated with a Large Fire on a Ship While at a Plant Dock."

Please RSVP by calling (281) 326-5253 or emailing info@pasadenacac.org. To help plan for food and seating, an RSVP is requested by Monday, Aug. 21. For more information, visit www.pasadenacac.org.
Fair Housing Survey available online; one person will win $100 gift card for participating
Aug 08 2017 - 05:33:00 pm
The City of Pasadena, as well as Harris County, the Galveston Housing Authority and the Harris County Housing Authority, are conducting a study to better understand residents’ housing decisions and their experiences living, working or going to school in the region.

Residents' answers to the Regional Fair Housing Survey will inform a regional assessment of fair housing and access to opportunity—the Assessment of Fair Housing. There are approximately 20-25 questions in the survey. One lucky respondent will win a $100 Visa gift card for taking the survey. Topics include:

  • The factors that were most important to you when you chose to buy or rent your current home; and
  • Your experience trying to find a place to rent or buy in your community, including your experience with housing discrimination.

The Assessment of Fair Housing is required by HUD. The cities, county and public housing authorities have chosen to collaborate and intend to develop both local and regional goals to address fair housing issues raised by the research.

The survey is currently available in English and Spanish.
Enjoy coffee & conversation at Coffee with a Cop on Aug. 12
Aug 08 2017 - 04:52:00 pm
Everyone in the community is invited to come enjoy coffee and conversation with Pasadena police officers at Coffee with a Cop on Saturday, Aug. 12. The event will be held at Pappa Yolk's Grill (5824 Spencer) from 8-10 a.m.

Coffee with a Cop was created to give residents a chance to meet officers in the city, voice their concerns and ask questions.

For more information, please contact the Pasadena Police Department's Community Services Division at (713) 475-7025.

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