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Every ten years, the City of Glendale is required to redraw its City Council districts based on U.S. Census data. The process is called redistricting and the goal is to make sure each Council district has approximately equal population. Glendale’s population increased by 21,604 since the last Census. With six Council districts and a population of 248,325, the ideal number of people in each Glendale district is 41,388. Click here to see the current district map and the 2020 Census population numbers for each district.

Community workshops can be attended in person or viewed live on the City’s YouTube and Facebook channels. All voices matter in this process and greater participation can lead to a more transparent and representative experience for all Glendale residents.

Community Workshop Information:

A video recording of the September 22nd workshop and a copy of the presentation are both posted on this webpage.  Although no additional community workshops are scheduled, the City Clerk's Office continues to accept community feedback and questions. Email [email protected] or call 623-930-2252, option 1.

City Council discussed redistricting at its October 12th Council Workshop. Click here to see the video. City Council will discuss redistricting again at its November 9th Council Workshop.

 Date Time Location
 September 20  2:00 p.m. Glendale City Council Chambers
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
 September 22  10:00 a.m. Glendale Main Library Auditorium
5959 W. Brown Street
 September 27  6:30 p.m. Foothills Recreation & Aquatics Center
Coyote Room
5600 W. Union Hills Drive