PASADENA COMMUNITY INVITED TO WATER CONSERVATION FAIR
Pasadena City Councilman Terry Tornek will host a water conservation fair Saturday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Allendale Park.
The family-friendly event will include information booths related to water conservation, including drought-tolerant plants, drip irrigation, water-saving sprinkler technology and more.
Pasadena Water and Power will supply free low-flow shower heads, shower timers, packets of poppy seeds, special surprises, rebate information and details about new water waste prohibitions.
A children’s table will include water conservation workbooks and fun giveaways. John Muir High School students will assist at the children’s table as well as provide home water efficiency checklists to residents.
Vendors who specialize in businesses related to water-saving products and drought-tolerant landscaping will be present as well.
Pasadena firefighters will cook free hot dogs on their special grill and provide all the trimmings.
“I encourage individuals and families to explore Allendale Park, bring picnic blankets or camp chairs and enjoy a hot dog lunch, learn more about the importance of water conservation and visit with other Pasadena residents,” said Tornek.
Allendale Park is located on Marengo Avenue one block south of Glenarm Boulevard. Parking is available on Allendale Road and Wallis Street.
For more information call District 7 Field Representative Pamela Thyret at (626) 744-4373.