Glendale is located northwest of Phoenix and is considered part of the Greater Phoenix area. Glendale is the hub of what many people here refer to as the West Valley.
During the past two decades Glendale has been one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and is Arizona's 5th largest city.
Arrowhead Towne Center, Historic Downtown Glendale and Antique District, Glendale Civic Center. The Arizona Cardinals play football at University of Phoenix Stadium, and the Arizona Coyotes play hockey at Jobing.com Arena. Westgate Entertainment District is close to those stadiums, with movies, restaurants, bars and family-friendly events.
Camelback Ranch in Glendale is the Spring Training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox. You can also see Arizona Fall League Baseball games there, as well as AZ Rookie League games in the summer.
Glendale was founded in 1892 by W.J. Murphy and incorporated in 1910.
Glendale, Arizona is located in Maricopa County.
According to the Glendale Chamber of Commerce, "The number of households in the Arrowhead Ranch area of Glendale (zip code 85308) with at least $1 million in worth increased by 214.4 percent between 1996 and 2001."
Mayor Elaine Scruggs was the longest seated mayor in the metro Phoenix area. She was the Mayor of Glendale from February 1993 to January 2013.
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