COVID-19 Resources

We Are In This Together

During these unprecedented times, the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau remains focused on working with you towards the future. We are looking forward to the moment when we can get back to welcoming our visitors to our hotels, museums and art institutions, districts, restaurants and shops.

In the meantime, the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau and City of Pasadena have put together a few resources to support you while staying home and staying safe.

Connect Pasadena Directory

A directory of curated local content from our local businesses and cultural institutions to keep you entertained, enriched, and engaged while you are safe at home. Please join us in supporting our local small businesses.

Virtual Content Library

Restaurant Directory

Show your support for Pasadena restaurants and businesses. Many of our local businesses are offering new options in place of dine-in services such as to-go orders, curbside pickup, delivery, and online ordering.

Restaurant Directory

SHOP PASADENA RETAIL DIRECTORY

Shop small and support your local businesses. Browse the directory of Pasadena's small and independent retailers that offer online shopping and are open for curbside pickup.

Retailer Directory

Tell Us Your Story

We love to see our community coming together during this time of crisis to support each other and lift each other’s spirits.We want to hear from you. If you have a philanthropic initiative or a moment of giving to share, please email us at [email protected].

Health Advisory

.The City of Pasadena, along with cities throughout Los Angeles County, have issued a Safer at Home Order to combat the spread of COVID-19. The Order requires residents to stay in their residences and limit movement outside their homes as much as possible. It prohibits public and private events of 10 or more people, and requires the closure of malls, shopping centers, children’s playgrounds, and non-essential retail businesses to slow the spread of COVID-19 within the Pasadena community. The order does not prohibit outdoor activities such as hiking, walking, and shopping at essential businesses—including grocery stores and restaurants—so long as all persons practice social distancing to the extent practicable. In addition, the City requires individuals to wear protective face coverings in essential businesses.

As a result, virtually all tourist attractions – are closed until further notice. California residents and nonresidents are encouraged to avoid these places until travel restrictions are revised.

Take care. Stay home. Stay safe. Stay strong. We will get through this together.

City of Pasadena

Public Health Resources

Small Business Resources

Tourism Partner Resources