The Pasadena Pulse
Economic development news from our
part of the Greater Houston Metro Area

The Pasadena Economic Development Corporation [PEDC] is excited to announce the launch of its first ever e-newsletter, The Pasadena Pulse! Our goal with this dynamic newsletter is to keep the entire Gulf Coast Region informed of the great things happening in Pasadena, Texas.

We want to ensure that the content we create and deliver is beneficial to our readers. For that reason, we will be tailoring our e-newsletter content to your preferences. So, we are asking you to share the topics that matter most to you—whether it is small business tools, education, workforce or business development.

Furthermore, if your Pasadena business is expanding or has gone through significant changes you wish to share your news with the community-at-large, send us a quick email for consideration to be included in an upcoming issue of the e-newsletter.

We look forward to receiving your feedback!
Learn about Pasadena Economic Development Corporation's Business Enhancement Program; a matching grant program to support local small business development and city revitalization.

The Business Enhancement Program is an initiative available to eligible businesses to apply for funds to complete enhancement and improvement projects that improve the appearance and functionality of their exterior. 

Planning is the vital first step toward creating a sustainable community.

Pasadena is currently conducting studies and plans to help reinforce and support the community's vision and goals for the future of the city.

H+M Industrial EPC recently broke ground to expand their on-site fabrication shop. This increase triples the current production capacity used to facilitate project execution for clients. The project is scheduled to be complete the first quarter of 2020 and is phase one of a two-phase expansion plan for the organization which includes a new office building in Pasadena, TX.

San Jacinto College opens LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, & Technology. Watch video here.

Texas-based warehousing and trans-loading firm has signed on to lease more than 146,000 square feet of industrial space in Pasadena.

Logistics firm expands cross-dock and drayage facilities in Pasadena.

The two leases in the greater Houston market total 146,863 square feet for American Cross-Dock & Storage.