At Pasadena Animal Shelter, we care about people and pets. In fact, we assist more than 7,000 animals annually.
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The purpose of the Community Development Department is to support the City of Pasadena through the development of affordable housing opportunities, improvement of public facilities/infrastructure, administration of public service activities, and the implementation of emergency solutions to reduce homelessness throughout the community.
Find information about the community from the Community Relations Department of Pasadena.
The Emergency Management Department is responsible for protecting the citizens of Pasadena before, during, and after any and all disasters. These disasters can include man-made events such as chemical spills and transportation accidents, or natural events such as severe storms, floods, and hurricanes.
Access the financial and city controller department of the City of Pasadena.
The Pasadena Fire Department works to prevent and minimize the loss of life and property of the citizens and fire service personnel in Pasadena.
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The Health Department issues certified copies of birth and death certificates and is responsible for other duties in the City.
Human Resources is responsible for the effective management of key processes such as employment, compensation, employee development, performance management, policy design and communication, and employee benefit program administration.
Find out rules and regulations for appearing in Pasadena Municipal Court and paying fines to the City.
The Pasadena Industrial Community Network and Neighborhood Network are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the citizens of Pasadena.
The mission of the Pasadena Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life for our citizens through the city’s exceptional parks, programs and activities
Visit the website for the Pasadena Public Library.
View a directory of permits and licenses for the City of Pasadena.
The City of Pasadena Planning Department coordinates with other city departments and regional planning agencies to implement land use and development regulations in accordance with City Ordinances and the Texas Local Government Code.
The mission of the Pasadena Police Department is to lawfully safeguard the lives and liberties of our community.
The Public Works Administration strives to provide administrative leadership to the departments falling under Public Works umbrella and to maintain city’s infrastructure and mobility, deliver superior water and sanitation services.
The Purchasing Department is responsible for providing assistance to City departments in securing goods and services in the most economical, efficient, and timely manner possible.
Volunteer Pasadena is a City of Pasadena program that matches citizens’ skills and energy with current needs in our city.
The Water Billing Office is responsible for the meter reading, billing, collection, and customer service for approximately 36,000 accounts.