Chamber of Commerce.
Pasadena is located on land that was once part of the San Gabriel Mission 1771 of the California Mission Chain. Farmers, who came from Indiana in 1874, founded an Indiana Colony here. History Page for Pasadena.
On April 22, 1875, the stockholders of the San Gabriel Orange Grove Association formally named their community "Pasadena." A Chippewa Indian word for "Valley," the name has also been interpreted as "Key of the Valley" or "Crown of the Valley." The adoption of both crown and key in the official city seal reflect these meanings.
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Pasadena is well known for its Tournament of Roses, which was first held in 1890. The festivities include a well-attended and beautiful "Rose Parade" and the "Rose Bowl", a postseason intercollegiate football game. Recorded information on all Tournament of Roses events can be reached 24 hours a day at 626 449-ROSE. Tournament of Roses Administrative Office: 626 449-4100.
391 S. Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91184 Also located in Pasadena and equally as well-known is the California Institute of Technology, which also includes the Jet Propulsion Laboratory - operated by NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Norton Simon Museum
411 W. Colorado Blvd.
Phone: 818 449-6840
The Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau
Phone: 626 795-9311
171 South Los Robles Avenue
Pasadena, California, 91101.
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Pasadena City Clerk's office
Phone: 626 744-4124
100 North Garfield Avenue, Room 236
Government page for Pasadena. Pasadena is a charter city with a city council-city manager form of government. It has 7 council districts with one council member from each district elected to four year terms. The Mayor and vice-Mayor has two year rotating terms and are appointed.
Pasadena Historical Events 2004, August 16
To all who read this I want to share with you my love affair with my hometown, Pasadena, California. I am 27 and serve in the United States Navy and am stationed at Naval Air Station, North Island. I am a graduate of the
I was born in Los Angeles and raised in Pasadena. Pasadena in the early 1980's still had the old hometown feel about it. Yes, we have our problems, but there is no other community that I can think of that can match Pasadena's diversity and community unity.
Here are some personal facts about Pasadena, that I share with my shipmates in San Diego... I hope you enjoy.....
Finest Unified Community School Distrcit in Los Angeles County
ORANGE GROVE BLVD
Formerly known as Millionaires Row due to all the mansions that lined the street at the beginning of this century
POLICE - Pride of Southern California
Little red helicopters protecting the Crown of the Valley
TOURNAMENT OF ROSES - Put Pasadena on the map
I often ask out-of-state sailors if they have ever watched the Tournament of Roses and they all say yes!
WATER & POWER
Best City Services of any community I visited or lived in.
These are just a few of the Pasadena jewels in the Crown.
I wish to hear from other people who love Pasadena as much as I do
Please e-mail me!!
THANKS YOU AND SEE YA AT THE ROSE PARADE.....OR TURKEY TUSSLE!!
CHAP is a primary health care clinic offering both medical and dental services. The clinic is located at 1855 North Fair Oaks Avenue in Pasadena. Sliding-fee scale services are open to all residents of the San Gabriel Valley. Insurance is also accepted.
For more information, please call 626-398-6300 x 30.
Pasadena OrganizationsPasadena Chamber of Commerce
117 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 100
Pasadena, CA 91105-1993
Phone: 626 795-3355
Pasadena Libraries Pasadena Public Library
Pasadena Schools Don Benito Fundamental School
3700 Denair St
Pasadena, CA 91107-1303
A Schools page for Pasadena