The City Council voted unanimously to abolish Planned Developments at their February 27, 2023 meeting. The WPRA has advocated for this position for some time, and outlined the issues in our Fall 2021 newsletter.WPRA-PD-Ltr-to-Council-2-26-23-Final-Revised-1
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 raises concerns about mini golf and driving range expansion at Brookside Golf Course
While the WPRA understands the Rose Bowl’s need to increase revenue, we can’t support the proposal without a strong business case. Further, the Rose Bowl’s approach to performing a CEQA study absent a real plan evades the real intent of CEQA while also minimizing residents’ concerns.wpra-2-23-23-letter-RBOC-mini-golf
WPRA encourages Housing Element Policies
WPRA acknowledges there is a need for additional housing in Pasadena, especially affordable housing followed by a list of suggestions and support for ongoing policies.2022_4_6-WPRA-Housing-Element-Policies
WPRA supports Pasadena’s revised Local Mobility Analysis
WPRA supports the revised Local Mobility Analysis process and thanks the participants whose hard work accomplished this important result.WPRA-Letter-re-Local-Mobility-Analysis-22_4_4
WPRA supports the Van de Kamp house as a Pasadena landmark
WPRA strongly supports the staff recommendation for the residence located at 801 South San Rafael Avenue to be designated as a City of Pasadena Landmark, the former home of John Van de Kamp.2022_03_20-WPRA-Ltr-Van-de-Kamp-House