What's New

Remaining Water-Wise in Sierra Madre
Is the drought over? • Where does Sierra Madre’s water come from? The status of Sierra Madre’s water supply? • water conservation? Have your questions answered here  READ MORE...
Get Connected!
Follow the city and various departments on social media and stay connected! Social Media is a great way to stay in contact with your community and get up to date information regarding road closures, special events, and public service announcements.  READ MORE...
Concerts in the Park 2017
2017 Summer Concerts in the Park Presented by the Kensington All concerts are free and held from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Memorial Park Bandshell, located at 222 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Seating is on the green. Be sure to bring blankets and lawn chairs. Alcohol is prohibited. Spectators are encouraged to support local organizations that may provide refreshments For more info contact THE Community Services Office at 626.355.5278  READ MORE...
Family Movie Fridays 2017
Get ready to come out and watch some great evening entertainment with family and friends under the stars! Thanks to the generous support of the Sierra Madre Issei Memorial Foundation, Sierra Madre Civic Club, and the Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighters Association, the community tradition of Family Movie Fridays continues and is free for all to attend.  READ MORE...
Woman of Distinction Award
In celebration of Women’s History Month in March 2017, Assemblymember Chris Holden recognized the 41st Assembly District’s Woman of the Year, Women of Distinction Honorees and Nominees at his Annual Open House. The women were honored for their service and work that has a made a positive impact in their community. Among the honorees was Sierra Madre’s very own Rachelle Arizmendi. “The 2017 Women of Distinction are passionate leaders that improve the lives for thousands of individuals and families in 41st Assembly District and beyond,” said Holden. “They demonstrate exceptional leadership that all of us should aspire to.” Ms. Arizmendi currently serves as Mayor Pro Tempore for the City of Sierra Madre where she was first elected in 2014. She was selected as an at-large Board Member of the CA League of Cities and a Board Member of the League’s Asian Pacific Islander (API) Caucus. Rachelle is also a CA Governor Appointee to the State Interagency Coordinating Council on Early Intervention and a Board Member of other non-profits such as the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council and the Foothill Workforce Development Policy Board. In her full-time job, Rachelle is the Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer at PACE (Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment). PACE is a private non-profit community development organization that serves over 40,000 people every year in the areas of job training and employment, business development, early childhood education, financial education & asset building, affordable housing, and energy & weatherization.   READ MORE...
SoCal
City of Sierra Madre Announces New City Manager, Gabriel Engeland
City of Sierra Madre Announces New City Manager, Gabriel Engeland  READ MORE...
PulsePoint App
PulsePoint Respond Mobile App
The Sierra Madre Fire Department is proud to announce the launch of the PulsePoint Respond mobile app. PulsePoint Respond is a pre-arrival solution designed to support public safety agencies working to improve cardiac arrest survival rates through improved bystander performance and active citizenship.  READ MORE...
Watering
What Days Can I Water?
Wondering which days you can water your lawn or garden? Sierra Madre Municipal Code designates which days residents can water based on their street address. Please refer to the following to avoid violations.   READ MORE...
Police
Police Resume Full-Time Service
Today starts another chapter in the history of the Sierra Madre Police Department. After a trying 9 months of rebuilding and restructuring, the Police Department is back to full force and once again able to police this fine community on a full-time basis. Our thanks go out to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for their commitment to keep our community safe while they assisted us with coverage. They treated the community as their own and for that we are appreciative. To the Community, thank you for your patience, support, and understanding while we went through the challenges to rebuild this police department. Your unwavering support, kind words, cards, letters, and friendly waves have inspired the new personnel to embrace the community and make it their own. We are ready to move ahead and look forward to serving you. Chief Larry Giannone  READ MORE...