PASADENA, Calif.—Mayor Victor M. Gordo will hold his first annual State of the City address virtually this year. The event will air on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. on KPAS TV. It will also be livestreamed online at pasadenamedia.org/kpas.
The State of the City address will reflect on the challenges the community has faced over the last year, highlight accomplishments included in the City’s 2020 Annual Report, and look ahead to the future of Pasadena. The City’s 2020 Annual Report will be available for review online at www.cityofpasadena.net/city-manager/annual-reports/ starting Feb. 24. The address will also include a special video presentation, and Mayor Gordo will respond to questions from community members submitted via video. The City will provide Spanish translation.
During this year’s State of the City, the community is encouraged to support local businesses by ordering takeout or delivery from one of Pasadena’s restaurants. The City of Pasadena, in collaboration with the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau, launched an online directory of restaurants that have remained open during the pandemic. The directory is categorized for easy access and ordering. View the directory at visitpasadena.com/covid-19-resources/pasadenabusinesses.
“These have been trying times for all of us. To help support our local restaurants, I am inviting you to order takeout and join me from the comfort of your home as I deliver my first State of the City address directly from my home. Thank you for the honor and privilege of serving as your mayor,” said Mayor Gordo.
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