Our great town of Glendale, Arizona has the charm of a small town with all the amenities of a big city. Sunshine and blue skies are almost a daily attraction and warm winter days make outdoor activities fun. Our football stadium hosted Super Bowls 2015 and 2008 plus the NCAA Final Four 2017. The stadium and hockey arena, alongside Westgate City Center, are a hub of activities, shopping and dining.

The quaint, historic Old Towne and Catlin Court areas not only feature antique shopping and museums, but many festivals such as the Chocolate Affaire and Glendale Glitters with millions of Christmas lights sparkling for a two month period. Whether you are a resident or visitor, we hope you will discover all of Glendale with the help of GoGlendaleAZ.com!

many great restaurants in Glendale, ArizonaWith 3,700+ restaurants to choose from in areas such as Westgate, Historic downtown, Arrowhead and all over, Glendale has a taste for everyone!

Glendale is Arizona's Antique CapitalGlendale is Arizona's Antique Capital with many antique stores, boutiques, specialty shops, and cafes in the historic downtown area. The tree-lined quaint area is walkable with charming bungalows surrounding a park and library.

Luke Air Force Base, Glendale, AZLuke Air Force Base is the largest jet fighting training base in the world. Luke trains F-35 and F-16 fighter pilots with a population of about 7500 military members and 15,000 family members.

super sports and recreation facilities
Glendale is home to the NHL Arizona Coyotes, NFL Arizona Cardinals, Super Bowl 2015 and 2008, 2017 NCAA Final Four, Cactus League Spring Training for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch and the Fiesta Bowl game.

Spotlight On Glendale, AZ
Apr 13 – Unifed We Play
Apr 14 – UFC Fight Night
Apr 14/15 – Fiesta Bowl 3 on 3 Classic
Apr 28 – Chalk Art Festival
May 5 – Bubble Bash
May 8 – Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour
May 11 – Stars on Ice
May 19 – Flower Bomb Festival
May 31 – Sugarland
Jul 12 – The Smashing Pumpkins
Aug 31 – Sam Smith
Sep 12 – Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience

Bike Nights at Westgate Bike Nights at Westgate City Center
Fridays, April 6 to June 1
5 - 9 PM, WaterDance Plaza
Check exact schedule here

Classic Car Crusin' Classic Car Crusin' at Westgate City Center
Every Wednesday through May 2
5 - 9 PM, WaterDance Plaza
More details

Live Music at Westgate Live Music at Westgate City Center
Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday Night
6:30 - 9:30 PM, Fountain Park
See who's playing this weekend

mystery location in Glendale Arizona MYSTERY IMAGE...
Can you identify this mystery location in Glendale?

1) National Register of Historic Places
2) "Dinky Links"
3) Signal Oil
4) Morcomb


Glendale's Centennial 2010 WAS OUR CENTENNIAL YEAR
The city of Glendale celebrated its official anniversary as an incorporated city on June 18, 2010.

some of Glendale Arizona's Historical Sites
Glendale's Historical Plaques (walking and driving tours)
Historic Downtown Glendale Walking Tour
Catlin Court Historic District
Catlin Court Walking Tour
History of Glendale
Thunderbird Field and Thunderbird Tower Restoration Project

Frequently Called Numbers Frequently Called Numbers

Emergency: 9-1-1
Fire Department: (623) 931-5600
Poison Control: (602) 253-3334
Police: (623) 930-3000
Sanitation: (623) 930-2660
Water & Sewer: (623) 930-4100
— Libraries —
Main Library: (623) 930-3530
Foothills Branch: (623) 930-3830
Velma Teague Branch: (623) 930-3430
More frequently called numbers

 — The hottest temperature in Arizona was 128 degrees, recorded in Lake Havasu City on June 29, 1994.
 — The coldest temperature in Arizona was -40 degrees, recorded at Hawley Lake on January 7, 1971.
 — Phoenix sees an average rainfall of 7.64 inches per year.
 — The original London Bridge was shipped stone-by-stone and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City.
 — Arizona entered the Union February 14, 1912 as the last of the 48 contiguous states.
 — The world's largest solar telescope is located at Kitt Peak Observatory near Tucson.
 — The world's largest rose bush, planted in 1885, is located in Tombstone.
 — Pluto was discovered from the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff in 1930.
 — Mount Lemmon, near Tucson, is the southernmost ski resort in the U.S.
 — The world's first retirement community, Sun City, opened on January 1, 1960.
 — The only McDonald's in the world with turquoise arches is located in Sedona.
 — The world's best preserved meteorite impact site is near Winslow.
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