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    The Food Inspection Database is currently undergoing some changes. Any inspections conducted after January 1, 2014 will not be available until the new database is live.  The expected date is April 1, 2014.

    This section has been developed for you to learn more about the food service establishments in Pasadena from the perspective of safe food handling. Food establishments that sell or serve food to the public must get an annual permit and be inspected by the Pasadena Public Health Department/Environmental Health Division. These food establishments include restaurants, fast food establishments, food and espresso carts, bakeries, coffee bars, delis, the fresh food sections in grocery stores, bars/pubs, retail food markets, liquor stores and more.

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     For more information, please call the  Environmental Health Division  at (626) 744-6004.



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    Icon 2002 Indice de Calidad de Vida- Espanol

    "The health of a people is measured by more than death rates....It comes as well from an improved quality of life. Health is thus best measured by citizens’ sense of well-being." 
                                                                       -Healthy People 2000, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services

    What does the Pasadena/Altadena Quality of Life Index mean to residents, social service and health professionals, business owners and managers, city officials, volunteers and others in the community?

    The Quality of Life Index is a locally and internationally recognized community planning resource and guide for priority-setting and decision-making. Through narrative text, vignettes and available statistics, the Index describes how well the Pasadena/Altadena community is meeting broad goals such as community health improvement, effective transportation, housing affordability and quality childcare.

    Pasadena published its flagship Quality of Life Index in 1992 as a charter city for the California Healthy Cities Project and has continued since that time to use the Index in the development of city departments’ performance measures and budget priorities. An update was published in 1998; the 2002 document was expanded and redesigned; and this summer the Pasadena Public Health Department has published an updated Pasadena/Altadena Quality of Life Index.