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.

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Our Marketing Manager, Suzette McDowell was featured on this months newsletter from our partners at Golden Shovel Agency. See below to learn more about her and the many ways she serves our community through our organization.Newly featured on our Client Spotlight - Suzette McDowell from Pasadena Economic Development Corporation! Click to read her story and advice related to all things economic development: bit.ly/2EqaCGd ... See moreSee less

Our Marketing Manager, Suzette McDowell was featured on this months newsletter from our partners at Golden Shovel Agency. See below to learn more about her and the many ways she serves our community through our organization.

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See important information related to free #COVID19 testing in Pasadena.Harris County Public Health is now offering more free #COVID19 testing in Pasadena at a new mobile site. See information below: ... See moreSee less

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Important Harris County Toll Road Authority - HCTRA construction information for July 24-27. Please see their original message below:There will be a total closure of the northbound and southbound main lanes between SH-225 and IH-10 on the East Sam Houston Tollway beginning Friday, July 24 at 10 p.m. through Monday, July 27 at 5 a.m. Drivers traveling northbound will be able to take the SH-225 exit ramp and drivers traveling southbound will be detoured to the IH-10 direct connectors.

•Drivers traveling to Jacintoport Blvd will be able to take the Woodforest Blvd. exit to access the frontage road.

Don’t forget to visit houstontranstar.org to plan your route.
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Important Harris County Toll Road Authority - HCTRA construction information for  July 24-27. Please see their original message below:

Important message from Pasadena ISDA MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT DR. DEEANN POWELL:

Pasadena ISD Family,

I hope you and your family continue to be healthy and safe. As we work on our plans for re-opening schools, we continue to seek guidance regarding face-to-face instruction with the recent rise in cases across our community, cities and state. Thank you for the 31,000+ responses to our Back-to-School survey. Over 65% of parents asked for virtual learning for at least the start of the school year and we are working hard to be able to roll out the best possible learning platform for all students PK-12.

I want to provide you an update on a few items of importance:

There has been extensive discussion and collaboration about how to best proceed with instructional delivery once school officially starts August 18th. Due to the continual rise in transmission of COVID across our community, we have determined the best course of action at this time is to provide all instruction virtually until September 8th when our buildings will open for those choosing to learn in a face-to-face environment with their peers. Our hope is that in the additional time away from our buildings that we will help our communities flatten the curve prior to allowing students to return to campus. After September 8th, any family who chose virtual learning will continue to do so until they feel comfortable sending their child to their assigned campus for face-to-face learning. We realize this delay in offering face-to-face instruction will place a burden on some of our families who will need to arrange supervision of their children while they work.
With the additional three weeks of required virtual learning, principals, teachers and staff will have extra time to prepare classrooms, safety protocols and building procedures. It will also provide teachers the time they need to establish learning routines for all students to become accustomed to the virtual curriculum in the event that we are required to return to a virtual setting at any point during the school year. Teachers will provide virtual instruction during the school day following an established schedule similar to the one that will be followed once face-to-face school resumes.

Please know these decisions are made with much deliberation and consultation with our Board of Trustees and local and state guidance, which continues to evolve. Safety has, and will continue to be, the top priority and will guide all decisions we make as a district. We appreciate your continued support, patience and understanding as we continue to navigate this pandemic together.

Your feedback is wanted and appreciated and will help inform us in updating our Back-to-School guide and post answers to Frequently Asked Questions. Please email BackToSchool2020@pasadenaisd.org with any questions you may have for us to address. Thank you to those who have completed the on-line registration for returning students. If you have not had the chance to do so, the link will be re-opened no later than August 1, 2020 for all returning and new students. New students will be contacted once the on-line registration is completed for an on-campus appointment.

My thoughts and prayers continue to remain with each of you during this time.

Un Mensaje de la Superintendente de Escuelas, Dr. DeeAnn Powell
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