Traffic Education Programs

The Traffic Education Division creates, implements and manages programs and events that increase traffic safety awareness and preparedness.




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Useful Resources and Links:

Arizona's Distracted Driving Law
It is illegal in Arizona to talk or text on a cellphone while driving unless the device is in a hands-free mode. This law prohibits drivers from using a cellphone or a stand-alone electronic device while driving unless it is being used in a hands-free mode.
Read the Statute

National Safety Council - Arizona Chapter
Distracted Driver Program

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Resources and information to stay safe on the road.

Glendale Fire Public Education
Glendale Fire Department’s Public Education Section keeps residents and visitors healthy and safe through a variety of public education programs.

Glendale Police Community Action Team
Community Action Teams offer crime prevention information and presentations to the citizens of Glendale. Presentations cover numerous topics including personal safety, child safety, burglary and auto theft prevention, when and how to call 911, back to school safety, identity theft crime prevention, senior and holiday safety.

GAIN (Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods)

GAIN or Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods is a statewide event that is the result of a joint effort between government and community driven organizations to improve local participation and partnerships among neighborhoods, police, fire and businesses to reduce crime and increase public safety awareness. This annual event is held in October, in conjunction with National Crime Prevention month.

Contact Us

Traffic Education
6210 W. Myrtle Avenue
Glendale, Arizona 85301
P:623-930-2940