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Victory Park, Pasadena, California

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Victory Park, Pasadena, California

Victory Park is a neighborhood in Pasadena, California. It is bordered by New York Drive to the north, Orange Grove Boulevard to the south, Altadena Drive to the west, and Sierra Madre Boulevard to the east.


At the center of the neighborhood is the park from which the neighborhood gets its name, which was originally a military airfield. The area is also home to Earthlink headquarters.


Victory Park is home to Pasadena High School (commonly referred to as PHS) and is also served by Field Elementary School and Wilson Middle School. Marine Corps Reserve Training Center, Blecksmith Hall boarders victory park to the South, East. Assumption Middle School is a private school in the area.


Victory Park is served by Metro Local lines 264, 268, and 487. It is also served by Pasadena ARTS routes 31, 32, and 40.

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