Living in Pasadena, CA
Historic Colorado Street Bridge
Pasadena City Hall
Located in Southern California, the city of Pasadena is known around the world for hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and the Tournament of Roses Parade. Along with these well-known events, the city offers impressive cultural arts, picturesque historic districts and a small-town atmosphere while enjoying the convenience of proximity to Los Angeles.
More than 130,000 residents call the sunny city home and value its small-town quality of life while appreciating big-city attractions in the performing and visual arts, including: Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena Civic Center, Pasadena Museum of California Art and Pacific Asia Museum.
Pasadena’s quaint historic charm is filled with district neighborhoods listed on the National Register of Historic Places such as Old Pasadena and Millionaires Row. Old Pasadena spans more than 22 blocks, lined with trendy boutiques, art galleries, theaters and restaurants; Millionaires Row is home to landmark mansions rivaling the most opulent homes of Beverly Hills.
Come visit Pasadena to enjoy perfect California weather, sophisticated attractions, memorable shopping, dining and entertainment destinations and most of all its warm and friendly residents welcoming you to have some fun in the sun!