The Lower Arroyo Seco is a unique environmental, recreational, and cultural resource of the City of Pasadena. Surrounded by residential neighborhoods, the Lower Arroyo stretches approximately 1.75-miles from the Colorado Street Bridge to the South Pasadena city limit at San Pascual Stables. In 1977, the City declared the Lower Arroyo to be a City Cultural Landmark. The Lower Arroyo Master Plan provides visionary framework to preserve the cultural resources, restore the habitat, and provide the recreational opportunities unique to this cherished landscape.
City Council Agenda Report, September 29, 2003
City Council Agenda Report, February 2, 2015
Lower Arroyo Master Plan Complete 2003 Adopted Document (Revised 2/2/2015)
Individual sections of the Lower Arroyo Seco Master Plan are also available: