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Vote YES on PCC for Pasadena City College

For 100 years, Pasadena City College has provided high-quality, affordable college education and career training for residents of all ages in Pasadena, Arcadia, Altadena, Temple City, South Pasadena, La Cañada Flintridge, Rosemead, San Marino and Sierra Madre.


As the cost of University of California, Cal State University and private universities has increased, more students start their education at community colleges. Thousands of local high school graduates rely on Pasadena City College.


Voting Yes on PCC ensures local students, including lower and middle-income students who can’t afford expensive university tuition, can access affordable higher education and job training in our area.


Voting YES on PCC allows Pasadena City College to continue training and educating the nurses and healthcare professionals that serve our medical needs, the firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement officers and first responders that keep us safe, and the skilled workers who fuel our economy.

Many old Pasadena City College buildings have asbestos, lead pipes, and do not meet earthquake safety standards. Essential repairs to classrooms, labs and facilities are needed to ensure Pasadena City College can continue serving our community into the future.

Vote YES on PCC to:

  • Continue to provide students access to affordable quality higher education

  • Replace leaky roofs, rusty plumbing and faulty electrical systems

  • Keep computer systems and instructional technology up-to-date

  • Provide modern science labs and career training facilities to prepare students for in demand careers

  • Bring buildings to current health and safety codes

  • Improve access for students with disabilities

  • Remove asbestos, lead pipes and hazardous materials

  • Improve student safety and campus security by upgrading lighting, intruder protection and emergency communication systems, smoke detectors and fire alarms


Local Control and Fiscal Accountability Required

  • An Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee, annual audits and public disclosure of spending are mandatory

  • All funds must stay local and cannot be taken by the State

  • No funds may be used for administrator salaries

On November 8th vote YES on PCC

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