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City of Glendale, AZ - Office of Intergovernmental Programs

Glendale, AZ - State Capitol BuildingThe Office of Intergovernmental Programs coordinates the legislative and external activities and programs of the City of Glendale. We carry out the state and federal legislative agenda adopted by the City Council. We research and review state and federal legislation impacting the City. We protect the City’s interests in various stakeholder processes and work to resolve City issues with external partners. We develop reports and policy recommendations to the City Management and City Council. We staff the Mayor and Council on the various federal, state and regional policy committees they hold positions on including, the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), the Regional Public Transit Authority (RPTA), Metro Light Rail, the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA), the Arizona League of Cities and Towns, the National League of Cities (NLC), Westmarc and others.

We develop and produce the comprehensive Neighborhood Legislative Link program to train, educate and engage citizens in the legislative process. We carry out other special projects as directed by the City Manager.

For more information, call 623-930-2813.

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Glendale, AZ - Neighborhood Legislative Link

Neighborhood Legislative Link
The City of Glendale Legislative Link program provides residents the critical information they need to stay informed about what is happening at the legislature and how the bills could affect their neighborhoods and community. For more information, including how to sign-up to receive regular updates, click here.

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State Legislative Districts (2012-2022)

Following the Census of 2010 the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) adopted final maps for the Congressional and Legislative Districts of Arizona. The Department of Justice has granted approval of these maps, which will now be used beginning with the August 2, 2012 primaries through the general elections in November 2021. For more information, including maps which show how Glendale is divided by the new districts, click here.

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