The Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Association (DPNA) is the voice of the residents of the Central District of Pasadena, California.
The DPNA is a community organization for residents & stakeholders of Downtown Pasadena. Our general meetings are held on an occasional basis, please subscribe to our email newsletter and watch your emails for an announcements.
Typically when meetings are held, they are scheduled for the Third Thursday of the month at 6:30pm, usually in the Gamble Lounge of Pasadena Presbyterian Church. We have also met at the University Club of Pasadena.
The DPNA promotes a walkable urban lifestyle in a city that is vibrant with thriving businesses, excellent arts, good government, and active public spaces.
The DPNA advocates for urban parks, pedestrian & bike-friendly street design, trees & urban landscaping, mixed-use & transit-oriented development, enduring architecture, streetcars, and other amenities that improve our urban city center.
Downtown Pasadena is defined roughly as the 210 freeway (north), Catalina Ave (east), California Blvd (south), and Pasadena Ave (west).
We send out occasional emails with updates about what we’re doing.