Park Notices

Sunset Palms Park Splash Pad Project

The City is excited to announce the Sunset Palms Park Splash Pad Project. The east portion of the park, located at 54th Avenue and Sweetwater, is currently fenced off by the contractor and work has begun to construct a splash pad and parking lot in the park. The target is to open the splash pad for Memorial Day weekend 2023. 8/31/2022

Glendale Park Playground Improvements: Playgrounds at the following parks will be temporarily closed during these improvements.


  • ­New World Park:                   Now Open! 
  • ­Hillcrest Park:                       Now Open!  
  • ­Hidden Meadows Park:        Now Open! 
  • ­Montara Park:                        Now Open!
  • ­Mary Silva Park:                    Now Open!
  • Northern Horizon Park:        Now Open!
  • Delicias Park                         Now Open!
  • Heritage Park:                       Now Open!
  • Carmel Park                          Now Open!
  • Clavelito Park                        Now Open!
  • Country Gables Park            Estimated Completion January 2023
  • Desert Mirage Park               Estimated Completion January 2023
  • Sunnyside Park                     Estimated Completion February 2023
  • Lions Park                             Estimated Completion April 2023


Sycamore Grove: As of Wednesday, October 19, 2022 the basketball court hours will be 6:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. Court lights will automatically shut off at 8pm. 10/14/2022

Thunderbird Paseo Park at 59th Avenue: Restroom Remodel Project

The restrooms at Thunderbird Paseo at 59th Avenue will be closed for approximately beginning on March 23, 2022 while they are remodeled. Portable restrooms will be available during this time.  3/21/2022

Bonsall Parks North and SouthOperational hours: 7:00am to 6:00pm, seven days a week.

Bonsall Park North: Pickleball, Racquetball and Basketball Courts operate 7:00am to 10:00pm. The parking lot is locked at 6:00pm. Street parking is available. 6/4/2021

Ongoing Projects or Closures

  • Right Tree Right Place Program The city of Glendale has partnered with Salt River Project (SRP) to identify and remove 167 hazardous trees encroaching on powerlines and to replace them with trees more suitable for the area. The city will get three trees for every one tree that is removed. In total, the city will receive 500 new trees and extra trees will be planted in our parks and along public streets. For more information on this program please visit
  • Murphy Park restrooms are permanently closed. Restrooms inside Velma Teague Library and City Hall are open during business hours only.