Pasadena’s Housing Task Force invites the public to participate in a pair of virtual community meetings to discuss the future of housing in the city.
By News Desk
The City of Pasadena’s Housing Element implements the declaration of state law that “the availability of housing is a matter of vital statewide importance, and the attainment of decent housing and a suitable living environment for all Californians is a priority of the highest order.”
The Housing Task Force is holding two virtual community meetings:
- March 16, 6:00 – 8:00 pm (click for zoom link).
- March 30, 6:00 – 8:00 pm (click for zoom link).
These workshops will discuss and gather feedback on future growth in the Pasadena, the status of the Housing Element, and the state’s comments on the draft Housing Element.
Following the two meetings, City staff will refine the Housing Element based on feedback and conduct public hearings with the Planning Commission and City Council for adoption of the Housing Element.
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