Ask Glendale, Arizona
Request for Service / Questions / Comments
The Request for Service form is used by the City Manager's office to document and report concerns, needs and requests from citizens. If you are requesting to start water, sewer and trash services, please contact our Customer Service Department M-F 7:00AM-5:30PM by calling 623-930-3190. If you live, work, or are visiting in Glendale and have an issue about which you would like to contact city government, please fill out the following form completely and send it to us via the Internet. We will be glad to assist you or forward your request to the appropriate department. Once we receive your request, we may contact you by telephone to clarify and follow-up on your concerns.
If you are interested in doing business with the city or are attempting to set up a sales call, please click on one of the following links instead of using the form below. The RFS system is for use by existing Glendale citizens, businesses and visitors in requesting service from the city. It is not designed for vendor registration or establishing sales contacts.
- Click here for Bid Opportunities
- Click here for Doing Business with Glendale
- Click here for Engineering - Forms and Publications including Professional Services Consultant Registration and Project Bidder Registration
- Click here for Vendor Registration
(Note: Fields indicated in bold are required.)
When you have completed the form, click the 'Send Request' button above to send the form to the City Manager's office. Click the 'Clear Form' button to clear your message and start over again.
Your communication is an indication of your concern for our city. Thank you for taking the time to contact us.
Disclaimer: Please understand that responses are contingent upon the discretion and availability of the recipient. These messages are not private or confidential and may be read and handled by an appropriate staff member.
Before you submit this to the City, you should be aware that your submittal: (1) is subject to public disclosure under the State Public Records Law, (2) is not private or confidential, and (3) is retained for one year.