Moving. Forward. Together.

Texas is booming, and Pasadena is at the heart of this growing and thriving economy. With millions of people expected to move into the region in the next several years, now is the right time to invest in Pasadena. We invite you to move or expand your business and even bring your family to our thriving city and experience all the area has to offer.

Now is the right time to explore and invest in Pasadena, Texas. Your new home is waiting.

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We are located fifteen minutes from downtown Houston – near the action but separate enough to have our own community identity. Our borders extend from the Houston Ship Channel all the way to Galveston Bay and Clear Lake, creating multiple communities within Pasadena itself.

Moving. Forward. Together.

Pasadena, Texas is a flourishing community. With a population of 155,000, we are large enough to have all the amenities a family could want including quality healthcare, entertainment, and shopping. Simultaneously, we have a deep affinity for our agricultural roots and have maintained the personal connections with each other that can typically only be found in a small town.

THE Pasadena we know.

Though Pasadena is known for our bustling industrial area, there is a softer side to our community – one with affordable executive homes, local and major retailers, as well as  great dining establishments.

In Pasadena, there is something for everyone.

We have an abundance of high-paying jobs, for blue and white-collar workers. Combined with an attractive housing market, families can afford to live, work, and play in Pasadena. Those looking for a friendly and convenient destination for their family will find it here.

Pasadena Economic Development Corporation added 4 new photos.

Today we were proud to welcome Oxiteno to Pasadena by attending their groundbreaking in our Industrial District. The EDC provided support and facilitated meetings with key stakeholders to ensure success for Oxiteno & Pasadena. City of Pasadena, Texas - City Hall
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Pasadena Economic Development Corporation added 8 new photos.

Another successful infrastructure project gets underway with the groundbreaking of the Richey Street improvements. Pasadena is moving forward together! Thanks to the following dignitaries for attending: Mayor Jeff Wagner; Commissioner Jack Morman; EDC Board Members Marilyn Wilkins, Emilio Carmona, Steve Phelps, & Ernesto Paredes; Council Members Cary Bass, Bruce Leamon, & Felipe Villarreal; Chamber of Commerce President Cristina Womack City of Pasadena, Texas - City Hall Harris County Precinct 2 Pasadena Chamber of Commerce
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How about finishing up the street off of Scarborough the correct way! Ever since all those fire hydrants were put in; the streets are worse! Pot holes all down the street in which get covered up only w/black pavement. One can feel all the bumps & cracks that is done by 18 wheelers going down that st. The side of ones grass area where the hydrants were added in were never filled in properly w/dirt nor grass only filled w/rock dirt & have weeds growing all over which makes it difficult to cut the grass as there's nothing but rock dirt which will mess up one's lawnmower.

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Pasadena Economic Development Corporation added 6 new photos.

Fun day of workshopping on the new & exciting things coming to Pasadena! We're thankful for all the great help. Moving. Forward. Together.
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Pasadena Economic Development Corporation shared City of Pasadena, Texas - City Hall's live video.

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