Coming up…


The Madison Heights Neighborhood Association board meetings happen on the first Tuesday of each month, except August and December.  To get board meeting notifications and other news, join the MHNA email list.  Minutes from all meetings will be linked to on this website soon.



Save the date for the annual Madison Heights July 4th Parade and Picnic! Enjoy the Independence Day family fun by joining or cheering on the annual parade along Euclid Ave, then head to Allendale Park for food, live music and festivities. We welcome sponsors and volunteers! Purchase tickets for your Pie 'n Burger lunches now to take advantage of the Earlybird discounted price! CLICK HERE


Recent events…


Please join your neighbors at the MHNA Annual Meeting, open to all Madison Heights residents! You'll learn about key issues in our area, get answers to your questions, meet our new interim police chief, and vote in the Board election. Speakers include: Interim Police Chief John Perez, Mayor Terry Tornek, Councilmember Andy Wilson, Police Lt. Mark Goodman, and MHNA President John Latta.  Location: Pasadena Police Dept., Large assembly room.
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9 am

Walk the Arroyo with Mayor Terry Tornek! Join your Madison Heights neighbors for a morning walk and first-hand look at the central Arroyo area to find out about plans to restore and enhance one of Pasadena’s natural treasures. For details, see the Eventbrite listing.


MHNA fundraiser and neighborhood mixer at  Pitfire Artisan Pizza. Learn more about MHNA and meet and hang out your neighbors! Thank you to Pitfire for your kind support!




The MHNA Annual Membership Meeting was held at the ArtCenter South Campus in Pasadena. In addition to about 50 members, others in attendance included Mayor Terry Tornek, District 7 City Councilmember Andy Wilson, District 7 City Council District Liaison Pam Thyret, and Pasadena Police Lieutenant Mark Goodman. A new board and new officers were elected, the new bylaws were adopted, and presentations were made by Lt. Goodman, ArtCenter's Rollin Homer, MHNA Block Captain Chair Kelley Holmes, Mayor Tornek and Councilmember Wilson.

Thank you to ArtCenter for opening your campus to us, and informing us about the campus's expansion plans.