Neighborhood Services strives to encourage a partnership between citizens, faith-based organizations, schools, businesses, civic leaders and the city to assist in the revitalization of Glendale neighborhoods. Our focus is to develop and implement programs that build effective communication, partnerships, volunteerism and neighborhood-oriented services. Neighborhood Services is responsible for the administration of the Community Volunteer Program, Civic Education Programs and Registered Neighborhoods which are great resources for our neighborhoods. For more information, contact 623-930-2663 or email@example.com.
Behind-the-Scenes Peek at City Government Offered in Glendale University Classes
Glendale University 101 is a free 11-session program sponsored by Cox Communications that offers a behind-the-scenes look at how city government works. More Information
Free HOA Training Academy Registration is now open!
Tuesdays in February at the Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown St., Room 116 Learn how to manage and lead an HOA in this free training series offered by the City of Glendale Neighborhood Services in partnership with Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. Speak with specialists in the field at four different classes. If space allows, non-residents may attend by paying a $20 fee. Preregistration is required and space is limited. Call
623-930-2663 to register with
activity code #474099-06. More Information | Flyer
Community Volunteer Program The goal of the Community Volunteer Program is to improve the quality of life for Glendale residents and volunteers through valuable public service projects. Click here for details about volunteering, as well as information about upcoming volunteer events.