CT 4611

District 4611 is defined by the Census Tract in the South central section of Altadena bordered on the west by Fair Oaks Avenue; by the Pasadena City limits on the south, and diagonally along Woodbury from Santa Rosa to Lake Avenue; by Lake Avenue on the east; and by Mariposa Street on the north.rive.


Justin Robertson

Term Expires 2017

Email: justin.robertson@altadenatowncouncil.org

Phone: 626-639-8564

JUSTIN ROBERTSON has been a resident of Altadena since 2011. He was happy to move back to the foothills, as he grew up in the northeast San Fernando Valley.

He has spent his career in public service, having worked for the Los Angeles Unified School District, the Los Angeles City Council,  and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

After two years with LA County, Justin attended the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. There, he earned a Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree with his thesis, a community-led analysis of pedestrian safety in Altadena’s business districts titled “Walkability, Perception, and Economic Revitalization: Past, present, and potential in Beautiful Altadena.”
Justin is currently an Assistant Planner with the City of Glendale Community Development Department, Urban Design & Mobility Division, where he works on community, land use, and transportation/mobility planning issues, as well as grant writing and GIS/cartography.
He lives at the southern edge of 4611 with his wife Gabriella and his rescue pit bull, Rosie.

Pat Sutherlen

Term Expires 2015

Email: patricia.sutherlen@altadenatowncouncil.org

Phone: 626-578-5944

PAT SUTHERLEN is a 4th generation Californian who graduated from Mayfield High School in Pasadena and Santa Clara University with a business degree in Accounting.

After a first career with major department stores which allowed her to travel as a buyer to European and Asian countries, Pat began a second career in the financial industry. She was a mortgage lender, a Bank Branch Manager and the Manager of Loan Centers for major banks.

Now retired, Pat is looking forward to having time to give back to the community where she has lived for nearly 25 years. In addition to her duties with the Town Council, she is working to complete and publish her first non fiction book.