Fair Oaks/Orange Grove
The Fair Oaks/Orange Grove (FOOG) Specific Plan, adopted in 2002, provides neighborhood-specific design and land use regulations for an approximately 171-acre area in northwest Pasadena. This Specific Plan area is generally bounded by Woodbury Road to the north, Raymond Avenue and Oakland Avenue to the east, Maple Street to the south and Lincoln Avenue, Morton Avenue, Sunset Avenue, and Linder Alley to the west. Notable assets in the Specific Plan area include La Pintoresca Park and Library, Robinson Park, the Jackie Robinson Center, and the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena.
In April 2021, the Planning Department presented information on the FOOG specific plan to the Northwest Commission. The focus of the discussion was to solicit feedback on the FOOG specific plan draft development standards that were presented to the community during the Round 3 Virtual Open House held in 2020, and to receive any special consideration feedback from the Commission. For more information, listen to the Audio Recording.
In May 2021 the Planning Department presented the FOOG specific plan to the Design Commission. Design and development standards were also discussed at this meeting. For more information, read the Design Commission Presentation and listen to the Audio Recording.
The Planning Department is currently reviewing all of the feedback received and anticipates presenting a draft plan to the Planning Commission as a study session this summer.
2002 Fair Oaks/ Orange Grove Specific Plan
Specific Plan Updates
Round 1 Workshop
(July 12, 2018)
Round 2 Workshop
Community Walking Tour
(July 20, 2019)
Round 3 Virtual Open House
(Preliminary Draft Plan September 2020)
Northwest Commission meeting (April 2021)