The City of South Pasadena is a charming community, situated only six miles from downtown Los Angeles. Called the City of Trees, the area is known for its stunning homes, unique small businesses, and top quality schools. South Pasadena’s diverse population of about 25,000 occupies a mere 3.44 square miles of flatlands and hillsides on the west side of the San Gabriel Valley. This small town atmosphere makes South Pasadena one of California's most desirable locations.
More than 100 acres of parks and playgrounds blanket its landscape and more than 21,000 trees adorn its streets. The quiet, historic character of its attractive neighborhoods is a testament to the preservationist efforts of residents in protecting both its architectural and natural beauty. The city enjoys a low crime rate and the benefits of a close-knit, participation-oriented community. Small, proud and independent, the City of South Pasadena has battled for a hundred years to preserve its status as a distinct and distinctive community.
|History||History of South Pasadena, and resources for further inquiry|
|Demographics||City Statistical Data|
|City Administration||Mission, Goals, Strategic Plan, Budget, General Plan|
|Contact Us||City Directory, Hours of Operation|
|Maps||Directions to and Maps of City facilities|
|State Route 710||History of proposed 710 Long Beach Freeway extension, and current status|
|Farmer's Market||South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce|
|Education/Schools||South Pasadena Unified School District|