City of Glendale Geographic Information System Portal Glendale City’s GIS is designed to ultimately help answer questions, solve problems, and make better decisions in order to best serve the citizens of Glendale. From interactive maps to data layers and services, explore the GIS portal here.
Memorial Day Holiday Notice City Office Hours and Schedule Changes
City of Glendale offices will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
All residential garbage and recycling collection services will take place as usual on all regularly scheduled collection days throughout the holiday week, however the Glendale Municipal Landfill will be closed on May 29 in observance of the holiday. Visit www.glendaleaz.com/sanitation or call 623-930-2660 for more information.
For additional information about services affected, please click here.
We Want to Hear from YOU!
Glendale is seeking public feedback through 6/15 on a proposed resolution to create an #opendata program for the city (see "What Works Citiespost below for background). This is one of the ways we are seeking to improve the lives of the people we serve every day.
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To view the proposed resolution and provide comment, click here
FY 2016/2017 Pavement Management Projects
The Pavement Management Program (PMP) consists of the rehabilitation of poor and deteriorating streets within the City of Glendale with the application of common treatments as well as other pavement preservations methods. The plan to extend the overall life-expectancy of the City of Glendale’s streets through the most efficient and cost-saving measures is carried out through a series of pavement preservation projects. The FY 2016-17 PMP Mill & Overlay (M&O), Crack Seal and Slurry Seal projects are presently concentrated in the southern portion of the City.
For complete details on the PMP projects, please download the flyer here
Watch Glendale Today with Councilmember Bart Turner as he discusses how Glendale manages its street and pavement management program.
Glendale Selected to Join National "What Works Cities" Initiative Aimed at Using Data & Evidence to Improve People's Lives
The city of Glendale has been selected to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities initiative – one of the largest-ever national philanthropic efforts to enhance the use of data and evidence in the public sector. This sets in motion the work that has been underway by the City Council and the executive team over the last eight months to establish a comprehensive, actionable strategic plan that is aligned with the city’s recently crafted mission statement: “We improve the lives of the people we serve every day.
Glendale will be working with What Works Cities’ expert partners, which will provide free technical assistance in open data. The goal of the open-data project is to improve policies and procedures to make municipal data more accessible to residents and the community and to help engage residents around government priorities and services. Additional Details
FY 2017- 2018 Budget Process
The process to approve the City of Glendale’s FY 2017-2018 budget adjustment proposals has begun. The Glendale City Council will begin annual budget workshops in February and the final budget is expected to be approved in May. | More information