- Suburb of Houston, TX
Rating 3.69 out of 5 332 reviews
Pasadena is a very laid back and chill community. I've grown up here my entire life and never had many problems.
There aren't any changes I would like to see in Pasadena. Everything is great there. The overall rating makes up for what they do lack.
I grew up in Pasadena, so i have experienced going to the public school to working and living here. I feel like public schools could be better, roads could be nicer, but overall its an okay place to live in with family.
Pasadena has been the city born and raise. I love the friendly people and how the community come together on special events parades and activity's for the city.
Pasadena is a place of peace and relaxation. Occasionally bs drama blows up in your face but it's nothing that bad.
I grew up in Pasadena for most of my life. There's some pretty good economic development around here. Things are mostly cheap, and it's connected to Houston so we get all the benefits from them. The only bad thing I can say about it is the homeless population around here and especially around here. And, Sylvestor Turner is mayor, and no one likes Sylvestor Turner around here.
Love this town and grew up in it. Super affordable, great people, a nice town to live in, and many opportunities with the massive city of Houston nearby.
Pasadena can be either a blessing or a curse. North of Spencer Highway, the properties tend to be in worse shape, and there is not much to do. I often hear gunshots in my neighborhood. Pasadena is affordable, but you must live with the scent produced by the chemical refineries.
I love Pasadena, Pasadena is my home and it is me. I have lived in Pasadena for 18 years total which is my age. Something i would like to see change though is the amount of refineries in the city, people who don't live here call it StinkyDena because of the refineries.
It is relatively safe. The city has been a home to me for many years. I am able to find anything I need usually around the corner.
Pasadena is very friendly neighborhood. Whenever you lose a dog or an animal, they are there to help out and spread the word around.
Pasadena is a home to me. I would be hard pressed to live far away from it. I attended school in PISD and now my daughter will be attending the coming year. PISD is a school district that I trust for my daughter to grow up in.
What I like about Pasadena is that there isn't a lack of diversity. There are businesses run by different ethnicities/nationalities. Everything tends to be nearby each other so commute time won't take long.
What I like most about Pasadena Tx, is that everything is easily accessible. My commute time is relatively short. The only downside is the chemical plants that are near by. The air is not the most fresh and not sure if it can cause long term health problems. Nonetheless, it is great to live in temporarily because of the opportunities but definitely not the best area I have lived in.
I’ve lived in Pasadena all my life, but in the newer side. I recommend the newer part than the older because it is safer and more up to date. Has convenience at mind and lots of shopping along with healthcare in mind
I would like to see more of the city adapted into green space. Downtown Pasadena has a lot of abandoned buildings and structures that are outdated. Making more parks, a city garden for free food access, and more trees can make the big difference it needs.
Small town and everything is near by, I like that I don't have to hop on a highway to go the movies or grocery shopping. I like that my family is near vy and not miles away.