WISPPA's purpose is to push for accountability, integrity, and transparency in our city government, and to actively encourage strong, well-qualified candidates, and especially women, to run for City Council and to serve on City Commissions.
WISPPA also seeks to offer opinions and advocate for positions concerning the well-being of the City of South Pasadena, and to provide information to the electorate regarding City Council candidates and city issues.
Although WISPPA works to encourage women to run for local office, it does not endorse, support or oppose any specific candidate.
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In a few short years, WISPPA's membership has grown from a handful of women to over 70 men and women, including City Council members, Mayors (current and past), City Commissioners, Local Business Owners and Entrepreneurs, Professionals, Parents active in our schools and community, Artists, Elected Officials and Educators. In other words, our membership is comprised of concerned residents of South Pasadena and beyond.
PLEASE JOIN US AT OUR MEETINGS!
Our meetings include topical guest speakers, civic updates, followed by discussion
* * * * Next WISPPA meeting * * * * *
November 7 at 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Come at 8:30 a.m. for refreshment& social time.
at the Calvary Presbyterian Church
* * * * LATEST NEWS * * * *
Women in Government
Click here to see our new webpage.
Are you prepared for El Nino?
Click here for the city's webpage with preparedness checklist & web resources.
The WISPPA City Council Candidate forum has been cancelled due to lack of challengers and because it would be in violation of the Brown Act. (click here for letter from City Manager, Sergio Gonzales)
User Utility Tax
City of South Pasadena Agenda Report presented to City Council 4/22/15
Click here for report
Impact study presented by the City of South Pasadena click below:
Impact Study (go to page two)