Founded in 1962, the West Pasadena Residents' Association is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the character of our community and the quality of life in West Pasadena. The WPRA fulfills this mission by informing residents concerning current issues, representing the interests of our residents, and supporting the activities of others with whom we share interests. The interests of the WPRA range from maintaining trees to maintaining city infrastructure, from traffic management to transportation, from architecture to development that enhances our community, and much more.
The WPRA focuses its efforts on the area of West Pasadena bounded by Colorado Boulevard on the north, Fair Oaks Avenue on the east, and the Pasadena city limits on the west and south and on the interests of the residents of that area. The WPRA publishes a quarterly newsletter to over 4,800 West Pasadena residents and hosts public forums and other events to keep residents informed on local issues.
Your membership, contributions and support can make a difference in West Pasadena. All activities of the WPRA are funded through membership dues and contributions. The WPRA receives no public funding or other monies, and has no paid employees.
The WPRA is a 501c3 non-profit public benefit corporation. Membership contributions and donations are fully deductible to the extent permitted by law.