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Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers Issues Emergency Proclamation For Use of Face Coverings (6/19/20)

Please visit the Mayor's webpage for additional information. 

We Are In This Together: A Message from Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

Resident and Employee Safety Remain a Priority as City Reopens Services

The city of Glendale is working to reopen many facilities closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The city will continue to follow recommended health guidelines as it begins to welcome residents back to recreational facilities, libraries and public meetings. Access to many facilities and services has been restricted since mid-March to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Safety First
Those using public amenities will still need to abide by the social distancing measures that are in place, as well as making sure groups are not larger than 10 people. Our city park rangers and code enforcement officers will be monitoring these locations regularly and will be responsible for breaking up large groups and making sure people keep proper distance between themselves. Our employees will make sure that anyone in violation is informed about what measures need to be in place for them to be able to continue to use any of our public amenities. Visitors will also notice more frequent cleanings at all facilities. Employees will find thermometer testing stations and increased availability of hand sanitizer, as many of them return to the office after telecommuting during the pandemic.

Please see the tabs below for specific openings and planned openings. (Last Updated 9/17/20)

Maricopa County: Vaccines

As part of its continuing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Public Health is working diligently to prepare for the distribution and administration of COVID-19 vaccines in Maricopa County once they become available. Please visit the Maricopa County COVID-19 Vaccine page for the latest information.

Small Business Assistance Progams

The city of Glendale and Prestamos CDFI, a division of Chicanos Por La Causa, join forces to leverage capacity and outreach to enhance funding and technical support to small businesses with a new relief program. The Glendale Pandemic Response Small Business Assistance Program will help small-business owners experiencing hardships related to COVID-19 pandemic with grants of up to $25,000. The grants will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and are intended for for-profit microenterprise businesses with five or fewer employees (including owners) within the city limits of Glendale that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Read More Here

COVID-19 Small Business Grants

The Glendale City Council has approved $300,000 of CARES Acts funding for small business assistance. Applications are currently being requested from area nonprofits and agencies interested in administering the grant program. These funds are eligible to be used for small business expenses incurred after March 1, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More Here

COVID-19 Property Preservation Program (POP)

The COVID-19 pandemic has been exceptionally harsh on tenants and their landlords. In response to this crisis, the City of Glendale has allocated $782,000 of financial assistance to help landlords protect their property , while ensuring tenants get to remain in their homes.

The eviction moratorium is set to expire December 31st, and many Glendale residents may be in fear of losing their home. Between November 1st and November 22nd, the City will accept applications from property owners who's tenants have struggled to pay rent during this pandemic.

Applications will be processed through a lottery system and will be prioritized by preference points. Funds will begin being distributed in December to approve applicants.

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COVID-19 Rental/Eviction Assistance Program

Monthly rental assistance may be available to households who have had a substantial reduction in income due to COVID-19.  For more information on eligibility requirements and how to apply visit COVID-19 Assistance Programs.

COVID-19 Mortgage Assistance

The Arizona Department of Housing Save Our Home AZ (“SOHAZ”) Program offers Principal Reduction Assistance, Monthly Mortgage Subsidy Assistance for under and unemployed Arizonans and Second Lien Elimination Assistance to qualified Arizona homeowners. To see if you might be eligible for assistance through the SOHAZ Program or to begin an application for assistance click on the link for more information

Community Connections 

We have created a Community Connections page to help those impacted by the coronavirus find resources and support and to help match those who are able to help with information about volunteer opportunities and other ways to support our community. We will continue to update this page as new information is received. Visit Community Connections.


Don't Panic, We Deliver!

Glendale restaurants are still cookin'!

Support your local eateries during this challenging time!  Click here for an interactive map of Glendale restaurants offering drive thru, delivery, or take out.  

Additional Updates & Details

Public Health Resources

To help protect yourself and prevent the spread of the virus, please follow the measures suggested by these public health agencies:

Social Media

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Arizona Department of Health Services

Maricopa County Public Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Maricopa County Public Health

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