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Council Approves Modifications to Tenant Protection Ordinance

Council Approves Modifications to Tenant Protection Ordinance Changes recommended to ‘provide better protection’ to Pasadena renters Reacting in part to a disturbing series of events in 2014 following the sale of three dorm apartment buildings by Fuller Theological Seminary to Carmel Partners, Inc. after which students and faculty were literally […]


Heritage Square Grand Opening

Heritage Square Grand Opening New Heritage Square Housing Development Gives Seniors A Place to Call Home After 14 Years In The Making Thursday afternoon, Pasadena celebrated the grand opening of its newest housing development, Heritage Square Apartments, that now gives 70 deserving seniors brand new affordable housing accommodations in the […]


Pasadena leads way in finding homes for the homeless

Pasadena leads way in finding homes for the homeless Dorothy Edwards, formerly homeless in Pasadena for four years, now has a home, thanks to help from city officials and nonprofit organizations. (Staff photo by Sarah Reingewirtz) What can others in Southern California learn from Pasadena’s work that led it to […]


Why Pasadena outranked 32 major U.S. cities in reducing homelessness

Why Pasadena outranked 32 major U.S. cities in reducing homelessness Pasadena reduced its homeless population by nearly 54 percent between 2009 and 2016, the highest percentage among 32 large cities studied by the U.S. Conference of Mayors, according to a report from the organization. Pasadena had the largest percent decreases […]


A Remarkable Pasadena Achievement: No More Homeless Families

A Remarkable Pasadena Achievement: No More Homeless Families Pasadena – which ranked first among 32 cities in 24 states for reducing homelessness from 2009-2016 in a just-released survey report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors – has also quietly accomplished another feat: there are no longer any unsheltered homeless families […]


Change for a Change

Change for a Change Donations to the Real Change Movement meters doubled in the second year of operation, and city officials have used some of those funds to find permanent housing for 20 homeless people. Read more: Change for a Changed