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The estimated population of Pasadena was 142,647, in 2017, making it the 183rd-largest city in the United States. Pasadena is the ninth-largest city in Los Angeles County. Pasadena was incorporated on June 19, 1886, becoming one of the first cities to be incorporated in what is now Los Angeles County, following the city of Los Angeles (April 4, 1850). It is one of the primary cultural centers of the San Gabriel Valley. The city is known for hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and Tournament of Roses Parade. In addition, Pasadena is also home to many scientific and cultural institutions, including Caltech, Pasadena City College, Fuller Theological Seminary, ArtCenter College of Design, the Pasadena Playhouse, the Ambassador Auditorium, the Norton Simon Museum, and the USC Pacific Asia Museum.

Pasadena Zip Codes:
91101, 91102, 91103, 91104, 91105, 91106, 91107, 91108, 91109, 91110, 91114, 91115, 91116, 91117, 91118, 91121, 91123, 91124, 91125, 91126, 91129, 91182, 91184, 91185, 91188, 91189, 91199

Pasadena GEO Coordinates:
Latitude: 34.149551
Longitude: -118.141449

 

Annandale

Annandale is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Colorado Boulevard to the north, San Rafael Avenue to the east, and the Pasadena-Los Angeles border to the south and west. The main roads through the neighborhood are Avenue 64 and La Loma Road. The original town of Annandale was to the area's west and was annexed by Los Angeles on February 24, 1924. 

Banbury Oaks

Banbury Oaks is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Washington Boulevard to the north, Mountain Street to the south, Fair Oaks Avenue to the East, and Forest Avenue to the west. The neighborhood is bisected by I-210. The main roads through the neighborhood are Hammond Street and Lincoln Avenue.

Bellefontaine

Bellefontaine is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California, immediately south of Downtown. The neighborhood is bordered by Del Mar Boulevard to the north, Columbia Street to the south, Orange Grove Boulevard to the west, and Fair Oaks Avenue to the east. The main roads through the neighborhood are California Boulevard and Pasadena Avenue. A small part of the neighborhood on Markham street is referred to as the Governor Markham Landmark District, as the neighborhood was once home to California Governor Henry Markham.

Brigden Ranch

Brigden Ranch is a neighborhood in northeast Pasadena, California and unincorporated Los Angeles County, California.[1] The Bridgen Ranch Neighborhood Association defines the borders of Bridgen Ranch as Galbreth Road on the north (including Westlyn Place and Eastlyn Place), Casa Grande Street on the south, North Allen Avenue on the west, and Martelo Avenue on the east.

Brookside Park

Brookside Park is a major neighborhood in Pasadena, California. Its northern end is sometimes called Arroyo Terrace. It is Pasadena's second largest neighborhood by area, and its second most sparsely populated. The neighborhood is bordered by Oak Grove Drive to the north, the Arroyo Seco Canyon wall to the south, Linda Vista Avenue to the West, and Forest and Rosemont Avenues to the East.

Bungalow Heaven

Bungalow Heaven is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California named for the more than 800 small craftsman homes built there from 1900 to 1930, most of which still stand. Much of the area became a landmark district in 1989[2] and annual historic home tours have been conducted in Bungalow Heaven every year since then.

California Village

California Village is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Sierra Madre Boulevard to the north, Foothill Boulevard to the south, the Eaton Wash to the west, and Sierra Madre Villa Avenue to the east. Like most of the neighborhoods east of the Eaton Wash, it was developed more recently than most other neighborhoods in Pasadena.

Casa Grande

Casa Grande is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Casa Grande Street, to the north, I-210 to the south, Allen Avenue to the west, and Altadena Drive to the east.

Catalina Villas

California Village is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Sierra Madre Boulevard to the north, Foothill Boulevard to the south, the Eaton Wash to the west, and Sierra Madre Villa Avenue to the east. Like most of the neighborhoods east of the Eaton Wash, it was developed more recently than most other neighborhoods in PasCatalina Villas is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Orange Grove Boulevard to the north, Walnut Street and Colorado Boulevard to the south, Lake and Wilson Avenues to the west, and Hill Avenue to the east.dena.

Chapman

Chapman, also known as Chapman Woods is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Del Mar Boulevard to the north, Huntington Drive to the south, the Eaton Wash to the west, and Highway 19 to the east. Chapman is an anomaly in that part of the neighborhood is in incorporated Pasadena while part is in unincorporated Los Angeles County. The region is named Chapman Woods because it is heavily wooded. It was Mr. Chapman's walnut grove.

Daisy-Villa

Daisy-Villa is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Sierra Madre Boulevard to the west, Orange Grove Boulevard to the north, the 210 Freeway to the south, and the Eaton Wash to the east. Daisy-Villa is an exclusively residential neighborhood with approximately 350 homes. The neighborhood is named after two streets that meet in the center of the community.

Downtown Pasadena

Downtown Pasadena California is the central business district of Pasadena, California. It is centered on Fair Oaks Avenue and Colorado Boulevard and is divided into three distinct neighborhoods: Old Pasadena, the Civic Center, and Monk Hill.

East Washington Village

East Washington Village is a multiethnic neighborhood in Pasadena, California, straddling the border with Altadena and centered on Washington Boulevard between Hill Avenue and Altadena Drive. Though the western half is in incorporated Pasadena, the eastern half is in unincorporated Altadena.

Garfield Heights

Garfield Heights is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. The original tract name registered with the city of Pasadena in 1904. In 1998, the area was designated a landmark district.[1] It is bordered by Washington Boulevard to the north, Mountain Street to the south, North Marengo Avenue to the west, and Los Robles Avenue to the east.

Hastings Ranch

Hastings Ranch is a neighborhood of Pasadena, California which lies in northeast Pasadena. It is principally accessed by Sierra Madre Boulevard, Michillinda Avenue, Hastings Ranch Blvd., and Riviera Drive. Hastings Ranch is also identified by large shopping areas at its southernmost end and by a shopping center at the corner of Sierra Madre and Michillinda. To the north of the Ranch is the San Gabriel Mountains and Mount Wilson.

Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Orange Grove Boulevard to the north, Walnut Street to the south, Hill Avenue to the west, and Allen Avenue to the east.

La Pintoresca

La Pintoresca Park is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Montana Street to the north, Washington Boulevard to the south, Fair Oaks Avenue to the west, and Los Robles Avenue to the east.

Lamanda Park

Lamanda Park is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered roughly by Foothill Boulevard to the north, Del Mar Boulevard to the south, the Eaton Wash to the east, and Allen Avenue to the west, with a panhandle extending south along the western bank of the Eaton Wash. Like Annandale, it was originally a small township that was gradually enveloped by Pasadena. It was annexed in 1920. Even today, many commercial enterprises and newspapers still identify the area as a separate community. Lamanda is a name derived from Spanish meaning "the proposal."

Lexington Heights

Lexington Heights is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Atchison Street (northern city limit) to the north, Washington Boulevard to the south, Lake Avenue to the west, and Hill Avenue to the east.

Lincoln-Villa

Lincoln-Villa is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Mountain Street to the north, Walnut Street to the south, Lincoln Avenue and Orange Grove Boulevard to the west, and Fair Oaks Avenue to the east.

Linda Vista

Linda Vista is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is one of Pasadena's wealthiest neighborhoods, and its largest by area. It is bordered by Oak Grove Drive to the north, Colorado Boulevard to the south, the Pasadena-Glendale border to the west, and Linda Vista Avenue to the east.

Lower Arroyo

Lower Arroyo is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California, centered on the Arroyo Seco south of Brookside Park. It is bordered by Holly Street to the north, Columbia Street to the south, San Rafael Avenue to the west, and Orange Grove Boulevard to the east.

Madison Heights

Madison Heights is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by California Boulevard to the north; Lake Avenue, Arden Road, Oak Knoll Avenue, Oak Knoll Circle, and El Molino Avenue to the east; Allendale, Los Robles Avenue, and South Pasadena to the south, and Marengo Avenue to the west.

Marceline

Marceline is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California, whose central feature is Pasadena City College. It has an area of roughly half a square mile and is bordered by Walnut Street to the north, Orlando Road to the south, Hill Avenue to the west, and Allen Avenue to the east. The neighborhood is named for a short-lived railroad cutoff which ran through the center of the neighborhood at the turn of the 20th century.

Muir Heights

Muir Heights is home to Cleveland Elementary School and John Muir High School, and is also served by Jackson and Washington Elementary Schools, Washington and Eliot Middle Schools, and John Muir High School. Muir Heights is served by Metro Local line 260, 267, and 268; as well as Pasadena Transit line 20, 31, and 32.

Normandie Heights

Normandie Heights is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Woodbury Road to the north, Washington Boulevard to the south, Los Robles Avenue to the west, and Lake Avenue to the east. While the exterior of many older homes in Southern California have been coated with stucco, Normandie is distinguished by a high concentration of Craftsman homes with well-maintained wooden exteriors. Accordingly, the City of Pasadena has designated more than 50 homes in the neighborhood as architectural landmarks, many on Rio Grande Street, between Los Robles Avenue and El Molino Avenue, which was the site of the first residences in the neighborhood. Though largely obscured by trees, the street of Palm Terrace in the Normandie Heights neighborhood of Pasadena, California features a number of immaculately-maintained Craftsman homes. A significant number of motion pictures and television shows have been shot in Normandie Heights, including parts of the films Valkyrie, Old School, Wedding Crashers, The War of the Worlds, and The Wedding Planner.

North Lake

North Lake is a large area of Pasadena, California, comprising all of the neighborhoods along North Lake Avenue between Walnut Street and Woodbury Road.

Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll is the southernmost neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Oak Knoll Circle to the north, Old Mill Road to the south, South Oak Knoll Avenue and South Oakland Avenue to the west, and the San Marino border (Kewen Drive and Encino Drive) to the east. The eponymous knoll is a 150 ft-high ridge formed by the Raymond Fault. An upscale neighborhood on rolling, oak-covered terrain, it was developed in 1905 by a corporate partnership between prominent Northeasterners and California residents A. Kingsley Macomber, Henry E. Huntington and William R. Staats.

Oaks

The Oaks is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Mountain Street to the north, Interstate 210 to the south, the El Molino Avenue to the east, and Los Robles Avenue to the west.

Old Pasadena

Old Pasadena, often referred to as Old Town Pasadena or just Old Town, is the original commercial center of Pasadena, a city in California, United States that arose from one of the most prosperous areas of the state, and had a latter day revitalization after a period of decay. Old Pasadena began as the center of an industrial hub that gave rise to Caltech, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Beckman Instruments, Aerojet and numerous other important companies. The large concentration of such companies in the area gave it the nickname "Athens of the West".

The area was also an artistic center, the home to Andy Warhol's west coast debut, the Pasadena Museum of Modern Art (one of the earliest modern art museums in the country, now the Norton Simon Museum), and before that a center of suffragist and pacifist movements, and other liberal causes. By the late 1940s, the downtown area was blighted by flophouses, dive bars and pawn shops. It later became a hippie destination, with head shops, adult bookstores and massage parlors. By the late 1980s, Old Pasadena was undergoing a period of urban renewal and regeneration.

Olive Heights

Olive Heights is the most densely populated neighborhood in Pasadena, California.It is bordered by Mountain Street to the north, Walnut Street to the south, El Molino Avenue to the west, and Lake Avenue to the east.

Orange Heights

Orange Heights is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California, United States. It is bordered by Jackson Street to the north, Mountain Street to the south, Los Robles Avenue to the west, and El Molino Avenue to the east.

Pasadena Civic Center District

The Pasadena Civic Center District is the civic center of and a historic district in Pasadena, California. The district is roughly bounded by Walnut and Green Streets and Raymond and Euclid Avenues.

Playhouse District

The Playhouse District is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is Pasadena's premier entertainment and financial district; the headquarters of Community Bank are headquartered there. The Playhouse District is bordered by Interstate 210 to the north, California Boulevard to the south, Los Robles Avenue to the west, and Hudson Avenue to the east, with a panhandle-like extension to Wilson Avenue. The district is also notable for its manhattanization, the legacy of extensive urbanization from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Poppy Peak Historic District

The Poppy Peak Historic District is a neighborhood and historic district located in the southwest corner of Pasadena, California. The neighborhood is located on the side of Poppy Peak, a 991-foot-high (302 m) mountain of the San Rafael Hills. Developer William Carr platted the neighborhood in 1924. The homes in the district were designed by a number of significant Modern Movement architects. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

Raymond Hill

Raymond Hill is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. The northern part of the district is sometimes referred to as Arroyo Del Mar. It is an industrial strip about one mile long and 1/4 mile wide; bordered by Del Mar Boulevard to the north, South Pasadena to the south, Fair Oaks Avenue to the west, and Marengo Avenue to the east. When the 710 Freeway is completed, the western boundary will be extended three blocks further. Despite its name, Raymond Hill itself is a few blocks south of the neighborhood, in South Pasadena.

South Lake

South Lake is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is Pasadena's premier shopping district and home to the California Institute of Technology. South Lake is bordered by Colorado Boulevard to the north, the Pasadena-San Marino border to the south, Hudson Avenue to the west, and Hill Avenue to the east.

Victory Park

Victory Park is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by New York Drive to the north, Orange Grove Boulevard to the south, Altadena Drive to the west, and Sierra Madre Boulevard to the east.

Villa Parke

Villa Parke is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California,bordered by Mountain Street to the north, Interstate 210 to the south, Fair Oaks Avenue to the west, and Los Robles Avenue to the east.

Washington Square

Washington Square is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by Washington Boulevard to the north, Mountain Street to the south, El Molino Avenue to the west, and Lake Avenue to the east. It is notable for having been renamed several times, having been known as part of Orange Heights until the 1950s, then Clement Heights until the 1980s when it was shortened to CLEM, then Heather Heights until the late 1990s when it was given its current name. The neighborhood was built up gradually until the 1940s, when the last housing tract was built around Heather Square.