Traffic has long been a complex issue in Alhambra. The recent 626 Golden Streets Event, which closed off many streets in the city to vehicular traffic, was deemed a success to those advocating alternative forms of transportation.
The City Council heard a presentation on a potential 40-unit affordable housing development in downtown Alhambra.
Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement's Food Roots program connects low-income individuals with locally-grown organic Asian produce, as well as public food assistance programs like CalFresh.
Event draws many struggling to avoid homelessness, while Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler and Councilmember Ross Maza join the break out discussions.
The Planning Commission also urged stronger language on historic preservation, bike lanes, changes to open space and new development height restrictions and project notifications.
Check out our photo slideshow and video of the event, and let your voice be heard by taking our cycling/pedestrian survey.
The housing forum, taking place on Thursday, will highlight the experiences of Asian immigrants who struggle with affordable housing.
The 22nd annual event drew 275 ALA supporters to the Lakeview Room at Almansor Court for an evening celebrating Latino culture and education; this year’s honoree was ATA President Tammy Scorcia.
The Mission-to-Mission edition of 626 Golden Streets drew crowds of cyclists and pedestrians.
A bike basics tutorial courtesy of instructional design pro, Monica DeLeon, for Sunday's 626 Golden Streets!