As we enter into the month of May, I want to thank you for your patience and support during this trying time. The daily challenges and policy changes that have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic have been unprecedented. There is so much information out there, coming from so many different sources, it is imperative you have the appropriate information that pertains to our city.
My team is routinely updating the Coronavirus Information Page on our website and also making daily posts that involve related information. Please bookmark our
City of Pasadena COVID-19 page
and follow our
City Hall Facebook Page
for these updates.
City of Pasadena non-emergency personnel will report back to work on Monday, May 11, 2020. Departments and programs will reopen on a staggered schedule In accordance with Governor Greg Abbott’s plan to reopen Texas. This plan will give our crews time to adjust to the new precautionary guidelines that each department will now have in place.
Be advised that core City services and emergency departments have been operating without interruption throughout the closure and will continue to do so.
Certain City services and programs will now operate on modified schedules until further notice. These schedules are listed by department on our
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding regarding our temporary limitations during our City Council Meetings. It has always been my priority that we adhere to CDC social distancing guidelines while still allowing for public involvement. Our residents continue to impress me with their enthusiasm and flexibility. I would like to also commend our IT Department and the Pasadena Channel for their expertise during these changes.
The last few weeks have seen enough challenges to last a lifetime, however our City has responded with the grace and dignity that makes Pasadena so unique. Our Pasadena Chamber of Commerce has proven their dedication to our community in so many ways during this pandemic. From their online resources to the enormously successful
Operation: Stock the Shelves, we are sincerely blessed to call them community partners.
Even during this challenging time, I am reminded of God’s sovereignty over our City and our Nation. Please join us in recognizing the annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 7, 2020. While we will not be able to gather in person on the steps of City Hall this year, my team has something very special planned for our social media channels.
May God Bless you, your family and May God Bless Pasadena!