• Metro Gold Line South Pasadena Station Access Ramp Construction DELAYED
    The start of construction has been delayed to Thursday, August 24, 2017 and will continue through October 2017. Metro crews will construct a concrete ADA-complaint access ramp at the Gold Line South Pasadena Station, southeast entrance, near El Centro Street.Temporary access to the station entrance will continue throughout construction. Click here for more details.  Please note: the date was pushed back from Continue Reading...
  • Free Bike Valet at the Farmers’ Market!
    Have you heard? You can now ride your bike to the Farmers’ Market and leave it with a valet, courtesy of Cub House (@itsnotabikeshop). The service is free. Chain need lubing? Tires need air? They’ll take care of it while you shop! Located on Meridian Avenue, near Mission Street, hours: 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm.  teamdreamcyclingteam.com...


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Fresh California-Grown Produce in Your Own Back Yard

Spring/Summer hours began Thursday, March 18; we are open from 4 pm to 8 pm in historic South Pasadena by the Metro Gold Line at South Pasadena Station.

The Farmers’ Market is open every Thursday, rain or shine!  We do close on Thanksgiving to enable our farmers to enjoy the holiday with their families.

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Come visit all of our fresh grown vendors at the South Pasadena Farmers’ Market every Thursday rain or shine…

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Walkable, Wonderful. South Pasadena.

The celebrated South Pasadena Farmers’ Market is cherished throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Newcomers will discover our our historic main drag, Mission Street — home to an eclectic mix of merchants. And Fair Oaks Avenue is part of the original Route 66. Here you’ll find a nostalgic soda fountain right alongside trendy cafés, shops and stops.

Canopies of century-old trees line our streets. From Craftsman-style bungalows to modern hilltop mansions to downtown lofts, in SouthPas we’re famous for our arbors and our architecture – including the first transit housing on the Metro Gold Line, Mission Meridian Village.

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