Government & Government Services

Energy Upgrade California

Phone: (310) 260-3331
Contact: Jillian Hegedus

The state-sponsored educational initiative of the California Public Utilities Commission tasked with promoting energy conservation awareness in communities and households across the State of California.

LACERA (L.A. Co Employees Ret. Assoc.)

Phone: (626) 564-6000
Fax: (626) 564-6699
Contact: Annette Cleary

The Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association (LACERA) administers and manages the retirement fund for the County of Los Angeles. We are the largest county retirement system in the U.S., serving more than 158,000 members. Our membership is comprised of individuals from a diverse range of careers, age groups, and ethnicities - all contributing to the greater welfare of Los Angeles County. LACERA has been providing retirement, disability, and death benefits to eligible County employees, retirees, and their beneficiaries since 1938.

Pasadena Post Office

Phone: (626) 304-7157
Fax: (626) 304-7114
Contact: Dineen Bond

United States Postal Service.

A Federal Mail, P. O. Box, Will Call, Business Account and Delivery Service

Playhouse Village Association

Phone: (626) 744-0340
Fax: (626) 744-0347
Contact: Brian Wallace

The Playhouse Village Association is devoted to enhancing the economic vitality of Pasadena's center for culture, commerce and community. Founded over 20  years ago, we are funded largely by assesments in a property-based improvement district over 32 blocks in the heart of downtown Pasadena. The PDA manages special services inclding clean and safe programs, marketing and events, economic development, parking policy, and advocacy on behalf of property owners, businesses and residents.

San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership

Phone: (626) 856-3400
Fax: (626) 856-5115
Contact: Luis Portillo

To preserve and enhance the quality of life and the ecomonic vitality of the San Gabriel Valley.

South Lake Business Association

Phone: (626) 792-1259
Fax: (626) 792-1287
Contact: Gina Tleel

The South Lake Business Association's mission is to proactively promote and improve the economic interest of the membership of the South Lake Property Business Improvement District (PBID). The South Lake Avenue Business District is bound by Colorado Boulevard on the North, Mentor Avenue on the east, an east-west line approximately 260 feet south of California Boulevard on the south, and Hudson Avenue on the west. 

Southern California Edison (SCE)

Phone: (800)655-4555
Contact: Salvador Ramirez

Electricity powers our homes, our businesses, and our communities. We’ve delivered it to Southern and Central California for more than 125 years. As one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, we’re committed to keeping electricity safe, reliable, affordable and clean today and for the future. For questions related to your account, including billing and electric rates please visit or call 1-800-655-4555. If you’re in immediate danger, please call 911.

United States Congress-Judy Chu

Phone: (626) 304-0110
Fax: (626) 304-0132
Contact: Judy Chu

Communities of the 28th District




    Temple City

    Monterey Park





    San Antonio Heights

    Lytle Creek


The 28th District contains large portions of the Western San Gabriel Valley and is bounded by the San Gabriel Mountains to the north and the Puente Hills to the south.  The San Gabriel Valley takes its name from the San Gabriel River, which divides the Valley roughly at midpoint from north to south, and was named after Mission San Gabriel Archangel, founded by Spanish missionaries in 1771.

A true microcosm of America, the San Gabriel Valley is one of the most diverse regions of our nation. Its roughly 2 million residents come from all corners of the globe, giving the region its distinct cultural and ethnic identity. It is not uncommon to hear various languages and smell the scents of ethnic cuisines from around the world, from Italy to China, Mexico to Vietnam, simply by strolling down a block or two of Valley Boulevard, one of the main east-west thoroughfares.

The two largest minority groups in the District are Asian Americans and Latinos, along with significant populations of Caucasians, African Americans, and Armenian Americans. The average household size in the San Gabriel Valley is 3.81 persons according to the 2010 Census, while the largest share of the population was aged between 15 and 19.