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South Pasadena News and Updates from City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

OverDrive, the South Pasadena Public Library’s ebook and eaudiobook lending platform, is making simultaneous access available for a limited time to important titles on social justice and anti-racism. This means no waiting for the following titles! Available through the dates listed. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander …

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City Parks will be open for the July 4th holiday. Please continue to practice social distancing guidelines and wear a mask when enjoying our parks. Please note that all playgrounds and gazebos remain closed. Fireworks are not allowed on City Parks. Celebrate Responsibly. 7/3/2020

State Enforcement strike teams will be deployed throughout California targeting non-compliant workplaces in partnership with local public health departments and businesses. The Strike Team is comprised of multi-agency teams from Alcohol Beverage Control, California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, Department of Business Oversight, Department of Business Affairs, California Highway Patrol and agents from LA …

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The revised Los Angeles County Health Officer Order, “Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community Revised Order (07.01.20) is now available on Public Health’s website, under the Health Officer Order dropdown tab. The revised order aligns the County with the Governor’s announcement requiring the closure of specific activities and business sectors.  The temporary closure …

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Enjoy a stroll through town and experience the artwork by South Pasadena youth and decorated store fronts on Mission and Fair Oaks. Artwork will be on display until July 10, and also on the City’s website click here. Please continue to follow social distancing guidelines! Shelia PautschCommunity Services Director 7/2/2020

With hints of businesses reopening and community enthusiasm for expanding safe outdoor dining and retail opportunities, our downtown Mission Street is reasserting itself as a lively neighborhood. A potential addition to the downtown area is a mixed-use development project called “Seven Patios” that proposes to build new housing units and more retail and restaurant options.  …

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The Library is once again partnering with the American Red Cross to give our residents an opportunity to contribute to the much needed blood supply, with a blood drive in the Library Community Room on Wednesday, July 29. Appointments are available between 1:00 and 7:00 p.m. To schedule, visit www.RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code SOPASLIB.  A …

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