Each year, in the spring, Pasadena Beautiful Foundation gives out Golden Arrow awards to residents throughout Pasadena. These awards are given to single family homes and their owners who have worked on beautifying their front gardens to make it stand out in the neighborhood.
A quick insight on how the process works. A committee comprising of PBF board members, divide the city into 9 areas and volunteers diligently drive down each street in their assigned area to select 6 outstanding homes.
A second team then reviews these 6 selections from each area and narrows it down to the final 3 winners that will receive a Golden Arrow award.
In May, PBF holds an afternoon reception to honor the winners of that particular year and hand out the arrows accompanied by a certificate of merit.
- In The News: Residents Honored at Golden Arrow Ceremony (May 30, 2019)
- Click here to see pictures from the award presentation at Westridge School on May 22, 2018.
- The city is broken into 9 districts with as many as 4 awards in each district.
- The most exciting front facades or neighborhood projects are judged with awards going to the best in each district.
- Awards are presented at a reception in honor of the recipients usually in June.
Due to the ongoing situation with the corona virus, the board
of directors have decided to cancel the Golden Arrow Awards