Maps of Voting District Boundaries Ready for Public Review

Public encouraged to give input at upcoming meetings

PHOTO: courtesy of City of South Pasadena | | 2017 Districting Blue Map, one of four proposed district maps

As everyone is now well aware, South Pasadena is transitioning to district based elections and is in the process of drawing our district boundary maps. The community is strongly encouraged to attend a Saturday Community Workshop from 10am-12pm at City Council Chamber to review draft maps of district boundaries. Your input is vitally important to ensure that the boundaries are created in a way which ensures adequate representation for your neighborhood.

The next vital meeting is the Public Hearing on September 20 at 7:30pm at the Amedee O. “Dick” Richards, Jr. Council Chambers. This is the community’s final opportunity to voice opinions on the maps. Your input is crucial! The following meeting will be the final vote and no more commentary will be taken.

The City’s Demographer will be present at each of these meetings to answer residents’ questions and to hear input on suggested modifications to the draft maps.

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For more details on how we got here, see SouthPasadenan article by Julian Prime

Community Workshop: Sat. Sept. 16, 10am-12pm

Public Hearing: Wednesday Sept. 20, 7:30pm

Both meetings will be held at City Council Chambers, 1424 Mission Street, South Pasadena

If you are unable to attend either meeting, residents are encouraged to submit written comments to the City so that your opinion may be considered. Please email

You may download the draft district maps and past correspondence, staff reports, presentations, and other related documents at