The City of Pasadena was awarded the Ralph C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award by the Urban Land Institute Tewillinger Center for Housing.
Pasadena’s recognition was based on its housing policy and programs which have resulted in the development of over 5,000 housing units in transit-oriented areas, including 1,370 units of affordable and workforce housing.
Pasadena currently has 17 affordable housing projects in various stages of planning and development. These projects, some which receive direct city assistance and some other bonuses or allowances, will provide 273 low to moderate income units.
Pasadena wins award for affordable housing programs – Pasadena Star