WPRA acknowledges the need for additional housing, especially affordable housing, so that people and families of all income levels can live in Pasadena. Affordable housing should be the primary focus.WPRA-Housing-Element-Policies
WPRA Advocacy: The West Pasadena Residents’ Association has taken positions on matters and written letters to various government agencies.
Most recent at the top. Scroll down for previous letters.
WPRA contends, if any minor adjustments to the current CD 6 boundaries are made pursuant to population shifts, they should be made in the eastern portion of District 6, and in no case west of Fair Oaks Avenue.21-9-13-WPRA-Redistricting-COI-Letter
The WPRA contends that the drafting of an EIR for the Affinity Project is premature and will not be acceptable until the developers define and commit to the use of Building A.2021_9_2-WPRA-Ltr-to-Planning-regarding-Affinity-Project
WPRA’s comments on the July 14, 2021 Draft Housing Element – WPRA considers this draft to be an overall good start to a difficult task, one that provides a platform for further engagement and revision. We list 7 key points of focus & 3 appendixes.2021-8-2-Pasadena-Housing-Element-WPRA-Ltr-to-Council
The West Pasadena Residents’ Association strongly opposes SB 10as an excessive, misguided and fatally flawed attempt to pre-empt local determinations on land use.2021_7_6-WPRA_Ltr-to-Holden-Oppose-SB-10