City Council in Your Neighborhood


The Glendale City Council is committed to local engagement and recognizes that no one understands a neighborhood better than those who live, work, and play there. On Tuesday, August 21st, the City Council will hold an off-site “City Council in Your Neighborhood” meeting at the Chevy Chase Country Club at 6:00 pm. These neighborhood meetings facilitate an opportunity for the City Council to further engage with stakeholders that have a vested interest in their neighborhoods, both now and in the future.

The first of this year’s open discussions with the Glendale City Council will include the following topics:

  • Safely living in areas with wildlife;

  • The importance of brush clearance;

  • Fire hazard mitigation and;

  • Traffic safety and crime prevention.

The meeting agenda will feature presentations from the City of Glendale’s Fire and Police personnel, along with staff from the Pasadena Humane Society.

To learn more about future meetings and events in your neighborhood, check the City’s calendar, and follow us on Twitter @MyGlendale.

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Glendale City Hall: 613 East Broadway Street

Contact: (818) 548-4844