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    Gila River Arena

    The Glendale City Council approves the name Gila River Arena for the Glendale owned arena. Watch the press conference here
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    Super Partnership!

    CBS 5 & Glendale 11 team up for TV & online stories highlighting how Glendale is preparing for the Super Bowl.
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    Monsoon Storm Resources

    Click for important numbers and information on resources related to flooding and storm damage.

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    Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state.
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City of Glendale Storm Assistance Hotline: Regarding flooding or water damage in a Glendale neighborhood, please call (623) 930-2202.

Important Weather Information (updated 9/18/14 @ 4:45 p.m.)
With relatively minimal rain received across the Valley on Wednesday, the city of Glendale is still working to restore all services and facilities, but restrictions are minimal at this time.

Last week’s storms closed several facilities in the city, the following parks are re-opened and available for use:

  • Skunk Creek, Thunderbird Paseo and Grand Canal Linear trails are all open to public. Sections of the path system have sinkholes and extreme wash out that has been secured for public safety. Additional work was done to fortify the barricades and close the isolated areas of sink holes and extreme erosion along the side of the trail system.
  • Thunderbird Conservation Park’s hiking trails are now open to the public except for extreme washout and erosion in one section of Arrowhead Point Trail (from ramada 15 to the top of elevation).
  • All of the city’s sports fields are open and ready for public use

The equestrian trail parking lot at Bethany Home Road and 81st Avenue remains closed due to extensive land slide issues.

Resources for residents:

  • To report any downed trees and road hazards during regular business hours, call 623-930-2670. After 5 p.m. on a weekday and on weekends, call 602-582-6814.
  • For residents needing special bulk-trash pick-up, call 623-930-2660.
  • The city has established a hotline for residents to get additional information regarding storm or flood damage on their property, which is 623-930-2202.
  • In many states, dialing “211” provides individuals and families in need with a shortcut through what may be a bewildering maze of health and human service agencies’ phone numbers. By simply dialing 211, those in need of assistance are referred, and sometimes connected, to appropriate agencies and community organizations.
  • Want to know road conditions for your commute home? is Arizona’s portion of the national 5-1-1 travel information alerting system. Traffic updates are available here at and also by dialing 5-1-1 from any landline or mobile phone from anywhere in Arizona.

Glendale 11 videos that residents may find helpful:

  • Monsoon Safety Tips from Glendale Fire Chief Mark Burdick - click here
  • Segment from CBS 5-Glendale 11 partnership “Monsoon: Eye on the Storm” including interview with Glendale Police Chief Debora Black - click here

Click here for more information

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The Glendale City Council approved Gila River Arena as the new name for the Glendale owned arena during the September 9 City Council Meeting.
  • View a slideshow of the press conference here
  • Watch the press conference here
  • Watch the City Council Meeting here

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Super Partnership
CBS 5 & Glendale 11 team up to give viewers an inside look at how Glendale is preparing for the Super Bowl. These stories can be seen on CBS 5, Glendale 11 and online here. To see stories produced in partnership for the 2008 Super Bowl click here. For more details, click here.

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The West Valley Resort Breaks Ground

On Thursday, August 28, 2014, the Tohono O’odham Gaming Enterprise (TOGE) broke ground on its West Valley Resort & Casino project during a ceremony attended by community leaders from across the region.  Located near 91st  and Northern Avenue, the construction build-out will occur in phases over the course of approximately three years.  Watch the video


The Glendale City Council approves formal agreement with Tohono O’odham for West Valley Resort project
  • To view the press release from August 12, click here
  • To view the council meeting from August 12, click here
  • To view the agreement, click here
On July 15, the Glendale City Council voted in favor of repealing the Council’s 2009 position that opposed the Tohono O’odham Nation developing land within Glendale’s planning area for a proposed casino and resort.The vote repeals the 2009 position and states that the city officially supports the trust land being utilized for gaming. The Glendale City Clerk will send a copy of the resolution to all members of the Arizona Federal Delegation, announcing the city’s position.In addition, city staff will continue to negotiate with the Tohono O’odham Nation as previously directed by Council.
  • To read the press release click here
  • To read the Council Communication click here
  • To read the resolution click here
  • To watch the Council Meeting on Glendale 11 TV click here

Archived information and documents: Click here

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City of Glendale General Election
The City of Glendale will be holding a General Election on November 4, 2014 for candidates in the Barrel, Cholla & Ocotillo districts. For updated unofficial results of the Primary Election held August 26, watch Glendale 11 on cable channel 11 or online at, or you can click here for the Maricopa County Recorder’s site.

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Final FY 2014-15 Budget Available
The Glendale City Council adopted the Final Budget Schedule for FY 2014-15 at the June 10th meeting. Click here for the document.

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Elimination of the Sunset on the Temporary Sales Tax FAQ Available Here
The FAQ is intended to provide educational and factual information regarding the elimination of the temporary sales tax sunset. In June 2012, the Glendale City Council approved an increase to the city’s sales tax. Revenue generated from this tax is for the main budget (General Fund) which provides funding for services such as public safety, code compliance, libraries and parks and recreation. On June 24, 2014, the City Council passed an ordinance to remove the sunset and make the sales tax permanent. Click here to view the FAQ

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The city is working with IceArizona to continue the long-term presence and success of the Arizona Coyotes in Glendale.
Tickets: Visit the Arizona Coyotes online here
Financial documents: Click here
Archived information and documents: Click here.
Videos: Arizona Coyotes owner Anthony LeBlanc - Clip One | Clip Two | Full Interview

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