Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Deadline: July 8, 2011

Thanks to Council member Victor Gordo and his field rep Vannia de la Cuba for setting up this meeting regarding the Pasadena's General Plan Update. Thanks also to Rozanne Adanto of Villa Parke for providing room for the community to meet. The meeting was coordinated for community members who are most capable and comfortable taking in complex information in Spanish.
This was one of five meeting that took place throughout the city. It has been at these meetings, as well as online, that members of the community have been sharing their vision of the future in Pasadena.

There are aspects of the plan that deal with mobility, density, sustainability, and on, and on. Lots of layers to living in the city. And the survey will have outcomes that stretch from the philosophical to the concrete - literally.

A small factoid shared last week - the vast majority of the surveys received have come from only one district. Good for the folks that shared their preferences and their thoughts. They will undoubtedly have an impact on future choices.

So if you haven't had a chance to read the information and then share you opinion do so as quickly as possible. The opportunity is still available online and the deadline for responding to the survey is this Friday, July 8th.


Four alternatives for future growth in Pasadena have been drafted to reflect community concerns. Which one is your choice?

In order to give people more time to take the survey, the deadline date has been extended to Wednesday, July 13. Please mail your survey by July 13 and give us your feedback on the alternatives! In addition, you can take the survey online at

Help us tell everybody about the General Plan Update! Please forward this email to your friends, family and colleagues.

If you have any questions, please call 626-744-6807.

No comments: