City of Glendale - City Clerk - Arizona Memory Project
City of Glendale Council Minutes of 1910-1914
In celebration of Glendale’s approaching 100-year anniversary, a collection of City Council minutes dating from August 1st, 1910 to December 28th, 1914 has been compiled electronically for the first time with the Arizona Memory Project. Minutes include roll calls of council members in attendance, agreements made with organizations outside of the city, calls of election and the canvassing of votes, and the adoption of ordinances and resolutions into law. Under the umbrella of the city's ultimate goals, such as strengthening the community, developing the economy, and encouraging cultural diversity, the City Clerk's office holds insight into the future of Glendale by presenting an official account of its past.
Click here to visit the Arizona Memory Project City of Glendale Council Minutes collection.
About the Arizona Memory Project (AMP)
The Arizona Memory Project is an online effort to provide access to the wealth of primary sources in Arizona libraries, archives, museums and other cultural institutions. This initiative provides the opportunity to view some of the best examples of government documents, photographs, maps, and objects that chronicle Arizona's past and present.
Click here to visit the Arizona Memory Project home page.