Apr 19 2024
Earth Day at Hahamongna Nursery Sun 4/21/24

Earth Day at Hahamongna Nursery Sun 4/21


Hello all you Earth lovers!
The Arroyo Seco Foundation is having a FREE Earth Day celebration this Sunday April 21st from 11am to 2pm at the Hahamongna Nursery. We’ll have speakers from ASF to talk about our environmental work. There’ll be refreshments, activities, and live music from Bre Ellison! Bring your reusable bottles and join your like-minded community at the nursery!
Thank you for your continued support of the Arroyo Seco Foundation! Your patronage and donations help fund our programs and events.
Apr 6 2024
Pasadena Public Works Rate Increases for Trash and Sewer Fees Up for Council Vote on April 8, 2024 at 5:30pm

Hopefully by now everyone knows that the City of Pasadena Public Works has submitted to increase rates for trash and sewer services.

With no rate increases in many years, the City is scheduled to implement the rate increases starting July 2024 with incremental increases over the next few years, and doubling the rates for some services.

You as a resident of Pasadena can submit your opposition.  Provided over 50% of residents/rate payers/property owners oppose the increases, the city cannot raise rates.  Also, if council votes down the proposed increases that would also prevent the rate increases. So you can send your opposition and also call your council member and express your concern regarding the rate increases.

Apr 5 2024
Masters of Taste 2024: Master Line-Up as L.A.’s Top Tastemakers

Masters of Taste 2024:

Introducing 2024 Event Hosts Executive Chef Bret Thompson & Lucy Thompson-Ramirez

And This Year’s Master Line-Up as L.A.’s Top Tastemakers Sip, Savor & Celebrate

On The Field of the Pasadena Rose Bowl Stadium Sunday, April 7th, 2024!




(Los Angeles, CA), Monday, April 1st, 2024: Come celebrate and be part of the seventh annual Masters of Taste, L.A.’s premier outdoor, luxury food and beverage festival returns and will be taking place on Sunday, April 7th, 2024, from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm on the field of the Iconic Pasadena Rose Bowl. 100% of the proceeds will directly benefit Union Station Homeless Services, a non-profit organization providing over 50 years of homeless services and housing for thousands of neighbors.

Masters of Taste is introducing Chef Bret Thompson and Lucy Thompson-Ramirez as the Hosts of Masters of Taste 2024 which also marks the 7th Anniversary of this celebrated event. Masters of Taste 2024 Culinary Master and Host Executive Chef Bret Thompson and Pez Boss Lady Lucy Thompson-Ramirez are a dynamic husband and wife team that have made a significant impact in the hospitality industry. With their passion for culinary excellence and warm hospitality, they have created a signature name for themselves in the Los Angeles dining scene and beyond.

Chef Bret Thompson’s culinary journey began at the renowned California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. He honed his skills at esteemed establishments such as Aqua in San Francisco, Roy’s in Hawaii, and Pinot Blanc in St. Helena, California. Seeking international inspiration, Chef Bret traveled to Spain to study under Chef Martin Berasategui at Restaurante Martin Berasategui, a Michelin 2-star establishment in Lasarte, Spain. He further expanded his culinary repertoire in Lebanon at Atlas Café, then studied under Chef Bernard Loiseau at La Cote d’Or his Michelin 3-star restaurant in Saulieu, France, and then L’Arpege, Chef Alain Passard’s Michelin 2-star restaurant in Paris. Throughout his career, Bret also had an extensive tenure with The Patina Group, working at multiple restaurants, running catering operations and ultimately becoming the Corporate Executive Chef overseeing all restaurant operations for the entire group. While there Bret garnered accolades, including being named “Chef of the Year 2002” by the Orange County Business Journal during his time as Executive Chef at Catal Restaurant in Anaheim. Eventually, Bret moved on and co-founded and became a partner at the iconic MILK Ice Cream Parlor & Bakeshop in Los Angeles and he also opened his own Market Restaurant and Catering, which he successfully sold in 2014. In 2015, Chef Bret Thompson joined forces with his wife, Lucy Thompson-Ramirez, to embark on a new culinary adventure as the proud owners of Pez Cantina. This seasonal, modern, coastal-inspired Mexican restaurant and bar, located in downtown Los Angeles, quickly became a beloved dining destination and in October 2021, they expanded with a new location LA Burrito in Montebello, California.

Lucy Thompson-Ramirez brings her unique perspective and expertise to the front of the house at Pez Cantina. Born in Guanajuato, Mexico, Lucy migrated to the United States with her family at a young age. She pursued her education at the University of Santa Barbara, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Spanish. Lucy’s first career path led her into the fashion industry, where she excelled in sales and later established her own showroom with her brother called Siblings Showroom. After a successful 18-year tenure in fashion, Lucy made a seamless transition into the hospitality industry alongside her husband. At Pez Cantina, Lucy’s warm and welcoming demeanor shines as she personally greets regulars by name and fosters new connections. Her dedication to providing a home-like atmosphere has made Pez Cantina feel like an extension of their own family. In recognition of her leadership and contribution to the industry, Lucy was appointed as President of the Latino Restaurant Association in 2023 and serves on the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board. Outside of their professional endeavors, Bret and Lucy are dedicated parents to their two boys and they prioritize family time, often found supporting their children’s activities or enjoying a cozy evening at home.

In February 2024, Executive Chef Bret Thompson and Lucy Thompson-Ramirez opened Pez Coastal Kitchen, their new upscale seafood focused eatery in Pasadena. Offering a diverse menu featuring sea-to-table and farm-to-table cuisine, while showcasing the best of seasonal California flavors, Pez Coastal Kitchen highlights expertise in curing, smoking and dry-aging meats and seafood, as well as their partnerships with local farmers and specialty producers. With a focus on creating a modern coastal dining experience, Chef Bret Thompson and Lucy Thompson-Ramirez continue to innovate and reinvent themselves and they aim to contribute to Pasadena’s thriving culinary scene and bring a fresh and exciting new concept to Pasadena. Pez Coastal Kitchen promises a unique blend of California coastal cuisine, thoughtfully crafted cocktails, specially curated wines, special selection of craft beer and Chef Bret and Lucy’s dedication to excellence ensures an unforgettable dining experience that celebrates vibrant flavors and genuine hospitality.

Masters of Taste 2023 was a sold-out event that attracted over 3,000 guests and garnered media attention all throughout Southern California and beyond. The seventh annual Masters of Taste 2024 is also expected to bring over 3,000 food and beverage enthusiasts together for one afternoon to celebrate this exhilarating festival, which will include the finest fare from over 100 Culinary Masters and restaurants, delectable sweets prepared by L.A.’s top Sweet Masters, top Beverage Masters who will be featuring signature handcrafted cocktail tastings from over 25 spirit brands and top cocktail bars, select wineries, local craft breweries, cold brew coffee, live entertainment and much, much more.


Some of this year’s Masters of Taste 2024 participating Culinary Masters and Restaurants include:

Pez Cantina Village and Pez Coastal Kitchen Seafood Village by Santa Monica Seafood 2024 Event Hosts Chef Bret Thompson & Lucy Thompson-Ramirez – Downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena

1212 Santa Monica Chef Oliver Malmsten – Santa Monica

Arth Bar + Kitchen Chef Mihir Lad – Culver City

Agnes Restaurant and Cheesery Chef Vanessa Tilaka Kalb & Chef Thomas Tilaka Kalb  – Pasadena

Alexander’s Steakhouse Chef Frederico Villanueva – Pasadena

Ayara Thai Chef Vanda Asapahu & Chef Cathy Asapahu – Westchester

BAAR BAAR Los Angeles Chef Sujan Sarkar – Downtown Los Angeles

Beachy’s Food Truck Chef Pablo Camacho – South Gate

BOX Chicken Chef Noah Clark – Los Angeles

Casa Cordoba Chef Eric Zada – Montrose

Celestino Ristorante Chef Calogero Drago – Pasadena

Cerda Vega Tacos Chef Daniel Vega – Santa Clarita

Champion’s CURRY Chef Yoya Takahashi – Downtown Los Angeles

Chaaste Family Market Chef Gabriel Esteban – Pasadena

City Club Los Angeles Chef Armando Quiroz – Downtown Los Angeles

Emporium Thai Chef John Sungkamee – Los Angeles

Fat Boys Chef Michael Gray – Pasadena, Los Angeles

Gabi James Sarah Gabriele & Adam Aro – Redondo Beach

Georgia’s Restaurant Nika Shoemaker-Machado – Anaheim, Long Beach

Granville Pasadena Chef Marc Dix – Pasadena

Gus’s World-Famous Fried Chicken Chef Mynor Espinoza – Burbank, Long Beach, Los Angeles

Harold & Belle’s Chef Ryan Legaux – Los Angeles

Italia Pasta e Pizza Chef Ivan Capasso – Covina

La Bohéme Chef David Gualberto – West Hollywood

LAVO Ristorante Chef Luca Maita – West Hollywood

Lunasia Chef Lee Han Fu – Pasadena, Alhambra, Cerritos

MAMA M SUSHI Chef Jack Supachai – Pasadena

Marina Chef Harout Borsikian – Pasadena

Mercado Chef Jose Acevedo – Hollywood, Los Angeles, Manhattan Beach, Pasadena, Santa Monica

Panda Inn Chef Yang – Pasadena

Poppy + Rose Chef Michael Reed – Downtown Los Angeles

Rice Balls of Fire Chef Jorman Herrera – Arieta

Room Service Neighborhood Chef Gloria Chicas – Los Angeles

Santa Monica Seafood Chef Sherrod Nichols – Santa Monica

Soulmate Chef David Joyce – West Hollywood

StopBye Café – Lynwood

Taishi Hainan Chicken Chef Theo Shio – Redondo Beach, Long Beach

The Peppered Goat Chef JohnPaul Arabome – Van Nuys, Las Vegas

UCHI West Hollywood Chef Joel Hammond – West Hollywood

YAKIYA Chef Ling – Pasadena

Yardbird Chef Alvaro Rayon de Jaime – Los Angeles

Yuca’s Restaurant Socorro “Mama Yuca’s” Herrera – Pasadena


Sweet Masters: A select group of Los Angeles Top Sweet Masters will showcase an assortment of delectable desserts such as Bachan’s Shave Ice, warm chocolate chip cookies from BAKE SOME NOISEBeard Papa’sBertha Mae’s BrowniesBy Faith CaféGooey Center BakeryHappy Ice LALäderach, deliciously scrumptious scratch baked custom cakes from Cakes By Chanté and cupcakes from Lark Cake ShopMagpies SoftserveMarsatta ChocolateNothing Bundt CakesPops Artisanal CreameryPazzo GelatoPorto’s Bakery & Café, and more.

Some of this year’s participating Beverage Masters include:

Bars & Spirits: Some of L.A.’s top bartenders and cocktail bars will be creating first-rate craft cocktails and top brands showcasing their finest spirits at Masters of Taste will include Dead of Night DistilleryDulce Vida TequilaEmpress 1908 GinKnox & DobsonLa Bay GinLaurel Canyon SpiritsLunettaMario’s Hard EspressoMezcal 33Neft VodkaNosotros Tequila & MezcalOld Hillside Bourbon CompanySmoke Lab VodkaThe Raymond 1886Ventura Spirits and Angeleno SpritzVintage Distilling, and Xoloitzcuintle Tequila.

Brewmasters: Beverage Masters who specialize in barley and hops will be presenting top-notch ales, lagers, pilsners and more for guests to sample, sip and savor all throughout the event, including Southern California favorites L.A.’s All Season BrewingArrow Lodge BrewingArts District Brewing CompanyBig Noise BeerBoomtown Brewery, Pasadena’s Cerveceria Del PuebloKanazawa Hyakumangoku Beer, Arcadia’s first Microbrewery Mt. Lowe Brewing Co., Nova Brewing Co.Over Town Brewing Co.San Fernando Brewing Co., and Tarantula Hill Brewing Co.

Wineries and Sake: A specially curated collection of Wine and Sake Masters will be showcasing their finest varietals including premium boutique winery Ascension CellarsBodegas de Santo TomasBONDLE WinesCRŪ WineryGolden Star VineyardsHitching Post WinesLMA WinesMoraga Canyon Vineyards, Anderson Valley’s Navarro VineyardsNON (Non-alcoholic Wine Alternatives), Sake AkagisanSake High!San Simeon WinesStephen Hemmert WinesWarson Wine CompanyWiens Cellars, and more.

Non-Alcoholic Beverages: A variety of premium non-alcoholic Beverage Masters will also be on hand for those who wish to hydrate, caffeinate or regenerate featuring 2024 premier water master Perfect Hydration Alkaline Water, Yerba Mate from Erva Brew Co.Koe Kombucha, boba milk tea from Sunright Tea Studio and Bearology, and Unincorporated Coffee Roasters.


Every dollar raised at the Masters of Taste 2024 will benefit the work of Union Station Homeless Services (Union Station), a local organization successfully fighting to end homelessness. Over the last six years, Masters of Taste has impressively raised close to $3 Million, helping countless families and individuals find a secure and welcoming place to call home. What is more impressive is that Union Station has seen a 97% Success Rate in permanently housing people since adopting the Housing First model. Their mission transcends just providing temporary shelters; they are committed to creating lasting solutions for homelessness through housing, supportive services, and connection to the community. Over the past 50 years, Union Station has grown to be one of the best homeless services agencies in Los Angeles and is the lead County agency for Service Planning Area 3 (SPA 3), coordinating homeless services in 38 communities spanning from Eagle Rock to Pomona.

Masters of Taste 2024 is a 100% outdoor event. Additionally, all guests will be receiving their very own utensils and hand sanitizer to use throughout the event.

Mark your calendars and save-the-date for the return of the seventh annual Masters of Taste 2024!


Ticket Information: Masters of Taste 2024 will take place on Sunday, April 7th, 2024, and this is a 21+ event. A VIP Power Hour will be held from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm and General Admission will be from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Tickets are on sale now. For more information on Masters of Taste 2024, please visit www.MastersofTasteLA.com.

Mar 27 2024
Pasadena Internet Availability in the Community Survey

The City of Pasadena is currently studying internet availability in the community. The data collected from the survey will be utilized in a market assessment to develop a Strategic Broadband Plan for the City. Help us shape strategies to ensure equitable internet access for all! Take the survey today at

Please note that our survey on internet availability in the community is set to close on Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

More info here
Mar 27 2024
Vroman’s Closing in Hastings Ranch Pasadena
Vroman’s closing in Hastings Ranch: 🙁 To our Vroman’s Customers, In January, Joel Sheldon announced his intention to retire from ownership of Vroman’s and Book Soup and seek new ownership for the company. The response from our community far and wide exceeded our expectations. We cannot thank you enough for your continuing support and enthusiasm for our next chapter. At the time of that announcement, we were in lease negotiations for our Hastings Ranch Vroman’s location and optimistic about continuing our business there. After more than 20 years at that site, we have a dedicated customer base and an equally dedicated group of booksellers. We know that because we frequently hear from customers how much they love that store and the staff. Today, we are disappointed to share with you that we were unable to reach an agreement with the property owner of Hastings Ranch that was sustainable, due to increasing occupancy expenses. While this development is unexpected and disappointing, we are most disheartened by the impact on our co-workers. Their dedication and hard work made that store successful, and we are forever grateful. Twelve co-workers are impacted by this and we will do everything we can to support them through continued employment with the company where possible. We ask for your consideration and kindness toward our colleagues at Hastings Ranch as we go through this process. Bookstores matter. Our top priority has always been to be a healthy and thriving bookstore destination no matter how many locations. We will use this opportunity to concentrate our efforts on making the customer experience at our flagship store on Colorado Boulevard better than ever. Our last day of business for customers at the Hastings Ranch location will be May 12th, 2024. Rest assured, our Colorado Boulevard location is secure and the search for the right new ownership continues. As always, we greatly appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to serve you at our Colorado Boulevard location in the months and years to come. Sincerely, Vroman’s Bookstore Facebook Twitter Instagram PASADENA 695 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91101

(626) 449-5320

HASTINGS RANCH 3729 Foothill Blvd. Pasadena,CA 91107

(626) 351-0828
Mar 20 2024
New Los Angeles County STR Regulations Approved March 19, 2024
New STR Regulations Approved Despite Push-back
The LA County Board of Supervisors has approved the adoption of new rules regarding short-term rental of properties
Not everyone is happy about that, including a couple of Altadena residents quoted by LAist in the piece linked to above.
As many are aware, the explosive growth of STRs (often thought of in terms of AirBnB or VRBO) has fueled a whole lot of concern and debate –
Mar 18 2024
Masters of Taste 2024 – April 7, 2024 – Pasadena Rose Bowl @mastersoftaste #EatMoreGiveMore

Only a few weeks away until the 7th Masters of Taste 2024 , on April 7, 2024.

Starting at 3pm for VIP and 4pm for general, expect a fabulous assortment of chef  prepared samples.

Experience over 100 of the top Culinary, Beverage, and Sweet Masters in the Greater Los Angeles area

Past Participants have included James Beard Nominated 2023 Hosts Chef Michael & Kwini Reed of Poppy + Rose and Poppy & Seed, 2022 Host Chef Vanda Asapahu of Ayara Thai, 2019 Host Chef Michael Hung, Michelin Star Chef Jonathan Yao of Kato, and many more!

The host chefs this year are  Chef Bret Thompson and Lucy Thompson-Ramirez with the Pez Cantina and Pez Pasadena.

For a $10 savings on tickets use the promo code VICTOR24, this is valid on regular and VIP admission, buy tickets here.

This year promises to be one not to miss.

For the lineup of participants visit

For more information about Pez Coastal Kitchen or to make reservations, please call 626.210.0775 directly or visit www.PezPasadena.com.
Social Media: Follow Pez Coastal Kitchen on Instagram @pezpasadena, Facebook @PezPasadena, and TikTok @pezcantina

Pez Coastal Kitchen
61 N. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103
T: 626.210.0775



Mar 18 2024
Shark Ninja Product Warranty

I have purchased Shark Ninja products for years now and just recently had two blenders and they both developed issues around the 1 year mark, which is what the warranty is.

The cups develop issues, parts break, the cup clips that trigger the motor when engaged.

Mar 11 2024
Apple Gen AI Service TBA WWDC Rumor

The buzz is that Apple will be announcing a Gen AI Service at WWDC 2024 in June.

Apple stock as of Monday March 11, 2024 is benefiting from the news and other factors amid declining iPhone sales in particular in China.

Apple’s AI chief John Giannandrea is leading the deveopment.

What form the AI will be released as is yet unknown, but rumors of a Apple GPT , Apple ChatBot, or similar service is coming, and will be available on Apple iOS and Mac OS devices.

Apple Vision product should also see increased AI enhancements and possible we should hear of updates for Apple Vision as well.  Perhaps a lower cost version in the next year.

Mar 4 2024
City of Pasadena Trash and Sewer Rate Increases 2024 – Protest Link Email

Pasadena Residents Pay Attention

The city of Pasadena has plans to increase the cost of sewer use fees. It’s a five year plan that increase the residents cost and will be triple the cost for all residents in 5 years!!

They cannot legally move forward with this program if 50% of the residents protest the increase.  Both rate increases are from Pasadena Public Works.

In addition to the sewer fees increase, there are plans to increase substantially the cost of refuse collection. 

Public Notices posted here:


Please send an email to, if you are able to attend in person please do so, but email is encouraged as well.

Include in your email:

Please include your name and the parcel or billing address, write

“City of Pasadena Proposed Refuse Collection Fees”, and indicate whether you are protesting the rate.

This LINK will create a “City of Pasadena Proposed Refuse Collection Fees” PROTEST email for you, please fill in your name and property address/parcel so that it is registered accordingly.


“Implementation of Sewer Use Fee Rate Adjustments”, and indicate whether you are protesting the rate.

This LINK will create a “Implementation of Sewer Use Fee Rate Adjustments” PROTEST email for you, please fill in your name and property address/parcel so that it is registered accordingly.

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No data is kept using this mail link.

Send before April 8, 2024. 
Write to your City Council and city staff and managers as well.  

Public Works – Tony Olmos tolmos@cityofpasadena.net

Mayor Victor Gordo

vgordo@cityofpasadena.net, vdelacuba@cityofpasadena.net

City Mgr. Miguel  Márquez,


City Clerk Mark Jomsky

cityclerk@cityofpasadena.net, mjomsky@cityofpasadena.net

D1 Tyron Hampton

thampton@cityofpasadena.net, cbell@cityofpasadena.net

D2 Felicia Williams

fwilliams@cityofpasadena.net, ddyson@cityofpasadena.net

D3 Justin Jones


D4 Gene Masuda

gmasuda@cityofpasadena.net, nsullivan@cityofpasadena.net

D5 Jess Rivas

jerivas@cityofpasadena.net, mlmorales@cityofpasadena.net

D6 Steve Madison

smadison@cityofpasadena.net, jchapman@cityofpasadena.net

D7 Jason Lyon

jlyon@cityofpasadena.net, pthyret@cityofpasadena.net

***One email per address*** *** email due date is before April 8th***

Rate Increases for garbage and sewer.
Let me put that another way. 174% rate increase for sanitation, and another 243% rate increase for sewage. Seems steep.
And if 33,501 Pasadena residents and business owners don’t show up and ‘protest’ on April 8th, and 5:30 PM for a meeting of 2 hours, it’s happening.
How in the world did they expect to hear and accommodate 33,501 residents? It appears to be a done deal otherwise. 
You can ‘protest’ via email or postal mail. One per property. Still, seems you need over 33k ratepayers in on the protest. Who’s counting?
City of Pasadena Hosts Community Meetings to
Present Five-Year Sewer and Refuse Rate Adjustments
PASADENA, Calif.— The City of Pasadena Public Works Department is hosting two community meetings to present the proposed Five-Year Sewer Use Fee and Solid Waste Refuse Rate adjustments for implementation on July 1, 2024. The two community meetings are scheduled for:
  • Tuesday, March 19 • 5:30 p.m.– 6:30 p.m., Robinson Park Recreation Center, 1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave.
  • Wednesday, March 20 • 5:30 p.m.– 6:30 p.m., Victory Park Recreation Center, 2575 Paloma St.
Why the Proposed Five-Year Rate Adjustments?
Proposed Solid Waste Refuse Collection Fee – The Public Works Resource Recovery and Recycling Division actively manages the Refuse Program that provides integrated waste management services for over 27,000 residential accounts, a limited number of commercial service accounts, and all city accounts; manages the commercial franchise hauler system within the city; and organizes a variety of recycling opportunities and community outreach events. Funding to provide waste management services is supported through refuse collection fees, which have remained flat for residential customers since Fiscal Year 2012.
In February 2023, the Department of Public Works retained MSW Consultants to perform a cost-of-service study of the City’s solid waste rate to ensure that fees generate sufficient revenue stay compliant with California Senate Bill 1383, statewide effort to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants, and cover current and future solid waste operations and capital expenses. The rate study findings recommend adjustments to the residential and commercial rates for the next five-year period, between Fiscal Year 2025 and Fiscal Year 2029 to remain fiscally solvent.
Proposed Sewer Use Fee Rate Adjustments and New Rate Structure – The Sewer Use Fee is charged to users of the sewer system to pay for the cost of operating the system, ongoing maintenance, and needed capital improvements. The current fee is based on consumers’ water use. Over the last ten years, with long-term statewide drought conditions and water conservation efforts, the amount collected has not kept up with the cost of maintaining Pasadena’s aging sewer infrastructure and the City has not raised the sewer use fee by more than the consumer price index since 2007.
In March 2023, the Department of Public Works retained Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc. to conduct a comprehensive cost of service rate study to evaluate and provide recommendations regarding the City’s sewer use fee calculation methodology and rate amount. The proposed fee increase will maintain sewer services and the financial stability of the Sewer Conveyance System. The new rate structure has a fixed rate for both residential and commercial customers plus a volumetric rate based on water consumption.
For more information about the proposed Sewer and Refuse Rate adjustments, visit: www.cityofpasadena.net/publicworks/.
Notice of Public Hearing
The Pasadena City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 8, 2024, at 5:30 PM, in the City Council Chamber located at 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249, Pasadena, CA 91101, to receive public comment regarding adjustments to the Solid Waste Refuse Collection Fees for residential customers and Sewer Use Fee Rate Adjustments and New Rate Structure to become effective July 1, 2024
For more information about the proposed Sewer and Refuse Rate adjustments, visit: www.cityofpasadena.net/publicworks/.
Stay connected to the City of Pasadena! Visit us online at CityOfPasadena.net; follow us on Twitter at @PasadenaGov, and Instagram and Facebook at @CityOfPasadena; or call the City Service Center Monday through Friday during business hours at (626) 744-7311.

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