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City of Glendale - Community Services
Need Update
Community Services Director
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-3567
Fax: 623-842-2161
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Procurement Office
Anthony Weathersby
Contract Analyst
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2868
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 156
Terry Garrison
6801 W. Deer Valley Road
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale | Economic Development
Lori German
Communications Project Manager, Mayor Weiers Office
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2292
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 154
Terry Garrison
4439 W. Peoria Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale - Community Services
Jim Burke
Director, Community Services Dept.
5959 W. Brown Street
Glendale, AZ 85302
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623-930-2827
Fax: 623-842-2161
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Glendale Public Library | Main
Mike Beck
5959 W. Brown Street
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3530
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale
Amy Handlong
City Managers Office
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
4th Floor - City Managers Office
Glendale, AZ 85301
623-930-2870
Member Since: 2017

City of Glendale Fire Department
Chris DeChant
Executive Assistant Chief
6829 N. 58th Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


Department of Economic Security | Division of Developmental Disabilities
Edd Schommer
Sr. Analyst Recruiter
1789 W. Jefferson Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
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602-542-6883
Fax: 602-542-6864
Member Since: 2020

To empower individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. DDD provides supports and services for eligible Arizonans. DDD provides supports and services to individuals diagnosed with one of the following developmental disabilities:

-Autism;
-Cerebral palsy;
-Epilepsy;
-Cognitive / Intellectual Disability; or
-Are under the age of six and at risk of having a Developmental Disability

DDD serves more than 40,000 people with development disabilities and their families throughout Arizona each year.


City of Glendale - Arts & Culture
Mojgan Vahabzadeh
Arts & Culture Program Manager
5959 West Brown Street
Glendale, AZ 85302
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623-930-3557
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Glendale Adult Center
Jackie Anderson
5970 W. Brown Street
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4321
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Department of Public Affairs
Ryan Lee
Intergovernmental Programs Manager
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2081
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Cholla District
Councilmember Lauren Tolmachoff
Council Member - Cholla District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2249
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Ocotillo District
Councilmember Councilmember Jamie Aldama
Council Member - Ocotillo District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2249
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Glendale Media Center
Laurie Berg Sapp
General Manager
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Suite B-63
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4510
602-818-5095
Fax: 623-915-2696
Member Since: 1969

Glendale Convention and Visitors Bureau
Danielle Dutsch
Administrator, Convention & Visitor Bureau
9494 W. Maryland Avenue
Third Floor
Glendale, AZ 85305
Visit our Website
877-800-2601
623-930-2955
Fax: 623-463-2337
Member Since: 1969

Get ready for an unforgettable experience filled with memory-making moments by heading to Glendale. From the nation?s finest sports and entertainment district to top-notch accommodations and one of the most renowned shopping areas in America, Glendale has a blend of historic charm and fun things to do!

City of Glendale Fire Department
Liz Cortes
Assistant to Fire Chief Terry Garrison
6829 N. 58th Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There's never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley's fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We've deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That's why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale
Lisa Amos
Real Estate Program Manager
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Suite 315
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3643
Fax: 623-915-2861
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Procurement Office
J. Patterson
Main Contact for Procurement
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2862
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale
Diane Williams
Public Facilities, Recreation & Special Events Program Manager
5959 W. Brown Street
Glendale Main Library, 2nd Floor
Glendale, AZ 85302
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623-930-3433
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Police Department
Tiffany Smith
Media Relations
6835 N. 57th Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3276
602-888-3908
Fax: 623-930-3223
Member Since: 1969

Emergency 9-1-1
Non-Emergency (623) 930-3000
Administration (623) 930-3059
City Jail (623) 930-3020
Community Action Teams (CAT) Member Map for Individual Team Numbers (623) 930-3380
Explorer Post #2469
(623) 930-3226

File a Police Report
(623) 930-3000

Fingerprinting Hotline (623) 930-3099
Gang Hotline (623) 930-4264
Graffiti Hotline (623) 930-3080
Hit and Run Accident Information (623) 930-3495
Investigations (Detectives) (623) 930-3300
Narcotics Tip Line Call or send information from this form (623) 930-3353
Police Property Room (623) 930-3375
Public Information Officer (PIO)
Records - Order criminal or accident reports (623) 930-3100
Recruitment/Employment Opportunities Visit our Recruitment Page (623) 930-COPS
Traffic Enforcement Requests Online Request Form (623) 930-3495
Victim Assistance (623) 930-3030
Volunteer Program (623) 930-3282


Maricopa County Office of Procurement Services
Irma Guzman
160 S. 4th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
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602-506-8715
Member Since: 2007

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The mission of Procurement Services is to provide innovative, cost effective and quality services to County Agencies through a strategic and systematic approach to procurement.

City of Glendale - City Clerks Office
Darcie McCracken
Deputy City Clerk
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3261
Fax: 623-463-6678
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 152
Terry Garrison
6850 W. Bethany Home Road
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There's never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley's fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We've deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That's why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 153
Terry Garrison
14061 N. 59th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale - Department of Public Affairs
Brent Stoddard
Director of Public Affairs
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2078
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale | Economic Development
Brian Friedman
Director of Economic Development
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2983
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Muscato 4 Congress CD-8
Michael Muscato
Candidate for Congress
P.O. Box 1737
Sun City, AZ 85351
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623-687-5037
Member Since: 2019

My name is Michael Muscato and I believe that our elected officials job is to represent OUR voices, values, and votes. I am proud to announce my candidacy for United States Congress in Arizona's Congressional District 8.

I'm not here to tell you or your family what YOU need to do. I'm here to listen and learn what I can do FOR you. I want to know your ideas. I want to know what is important to you and your family. I want to know how I can help make your lives better. For my entire life as an Arizona native, that's all I've ever wanted ANY of our representatives to do for me and my family.

I have two little boys and a beautiful wife. We are starting to build our lives in these uncertain times as are so many of you. I have two parents who I love dearly who are entering the later phase in their own lives. I have a younger brother who serves our country valiantly with the United States Army. What lies ahead for all of us? It's a question that I find myself asking all too often because of the volatility of our society. If we truly are a guardian nation let us do better for our children, for our families, and for ourselves.

I hope to listen and learn from as many citizens of CD-8 as I can. I want to know your thoughts on healthcare, immigration, the economy, education, and more. Together we can come up with solutions that I can take to Washington D.C to solve the problems we face on a daily basis. If we can focus our energy and efforts on solutions to issues rather than political theatrics, our families, our communities, and our nation will finally have that domestic tranquility.


City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 158
Terry Garrison
6261 N. 83rd Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale Police Department
Rich LeVander
Assistant Police Chief
6835 N. 57th Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3201
Fax: 623-930-3223
Member Since: 1969

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City of Glendale - Cactus District
Councilmember Councilmember Ian Hugh
Vice-Mayor/Council Member - Cactus District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2260
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Sahuaro District
Councilmember Councilmember Ray Malnar
Councilmember - Sahuaro District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2000
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Procurement Office
Elmer Garcia
Contract Analyst
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2866
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - Barrel District
Councilmember Councilmember Bart Turner
Councilmember - Barrel District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2260
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Foothills Recreation & Aquatics Center
Lori Bye
Recreation Manager
5600 W. Union Hills Drive
Glendale, AZ 85308
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623-930-4604
Fax: 623-842-2161
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 159
Terry Garrison
17159 N. 63rd Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 157
Terry Garrison
9658 N. 59th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale - Procurement Office
Ileana Seward
Contract Analyst
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2865
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Velma Teague Library
Patsy Kavanaugh
Library Operations Supervisor
7010 N. 58th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3443
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Foothills Library
19055 N. 57th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-3830
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Debbie Lesko | Member of Congress | 8th District of Arizona
Congresswoman Debbie Lesko
Congresswoman 8th District of Arizona
12515 W. Bell Road
Suite 104
Surprise, AZ 85378
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623-776-7911
Member Since: 2018

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Congresswoman Debbie Lesko represents Arizona's 8th Congressional District. In May 2018, she was sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives after winning a special election and was recently reelected for a full two-year term. For the 116th Congress, Congresswoman Lesko serves on the House Judiciary, House Rules, and House Homeland Security Committees. She also serves as the Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 155
Terry Garrison
6255 W. Union Hills Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.
Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There’s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley’s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We’ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That’s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.


City of Glendale
Mayor Jerry Weiers
Mayor of Glendale
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2260
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

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Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale?s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

Debbie Lesko | Member of Congress | 8th District of Arizona
Gisele Norberg
12515 W. Bell Road
Suite 104
Surprise, AZ 85378
Visit our Website
623-776-7911
Member Since: 2018

Congresswoman Debbie Lesko represents Arizona's 8th Congressional District. In May 2018, she was sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives after winning a special election and was recently reelected for a full two-year term. For the 116th Congress, Congresswoman Lesko serves on the House Judiciary, House Rules, and House Homeland Security Committees. She also serves as the Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues.

City of Glendale - Yucca District
Councilmember Councilmember Joyce Clark
Councilmember - Yucca District
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2249
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

U.S. Army Recruiting
Josh Betian
United States Army Recuiter
17570 N. 75th Avenue
Suite 610
Glendale, AZ 85308
Visit our Website
623-334-9131
623-344-9368
Fax: 623-334-9168
Member Since: 2015

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The U.S. Army is made up of the most dedicated, most respected Soldiers in the world. These Soldiers protect America's freedoms while serving at home and abroad, and they are always prepared to defend the nation in times of need.

A U.S. Army Soldier is the embodiment of physical strength, mental strength and strength of purpose. As a Soldier, you will be prepared to serve our country whenever and wherever you are needed. You will be combat ready at all times, and you will be trained to counter any threat, anywhere.


Arizona Army National Guard Recruiting & Retention Battalion
Letitia Pena
6202 W. Myrtle Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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602-370-8061
Member Since: 2017

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The Arizona Army National Guard employs over 5,100 Citizen-Soldiers, and is the largest Military Reserve Component in the state. As expected, having the largest force structure allows for career opportunities in many occupational fields, both full and part time. As a member of the Arizona Army National Guard you have a lot career options. Each field offers you the chance to be a part of something bigger than yourself, serving our community and joining the fight for freedom. Learn skills that translate into civilian jobs and gain experience that can't be taught in a classroom.

City of Glendale - Planning & Development Office
Jim Cronk
Planning Director
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
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623-930-2585
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale - City Managers Office
Kevin Phelps
City Manager
5850 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-2870
Fax: 623-937-2764
Member Since: 1969

Glendale, Arizona is proud to be the host city for the 2015 Super Bowl, an economic engine that benefits our entire state. This decision is a positive reinforcement on the entire region, highlighting our ability to put Arizona on a stage for the world to see. Glendale’s opportunity to host a Super Bowl honors the continued commitment to Arizona voters to use the state-of-the-art University of Phoenix stadium and the amenities and infrastructure that were built around the stadium in Glendale to attract hundreds of thousands of people while also pumping money into the local economy. Just like in 2008, Glendale intends to once again make it one of the best bowl experiences for fans and for the entire region and looks forward to working with the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to make the biggest game in the world the biggest success.

City of Glendale Fire Department - Station 151
Terry Garrison
Chief
6851 N. 52nd Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301
Visit our Website
623-930-4400
Member Since: 1969

Since 1912, Glendale firefighters have protected residents and served our community.

There?s never a dull moment in Glendale. One of the Valley?s fastest growing cities, we thrive on action and excitement, from Arizona Cardinals games at the University of Phoenix Stadium to the crowds that come for our many holiday events. No matter the emergency, the Glendale Firefighters are there to safeguard the public sun up to sun down, 365 days a year.

Nor does our commitment to Glendale end once the accident has been cleared or the fire has gone out. Together with our public safety partners in the Police Department, the Glendale Firefighters have combined to save residents $7 million since 2008. We?ve deferred more than $750,000 in compensation, paid for supplies out of our pockets and done more with fewer firefighters on the street.

The Glendale Fire Department could hardly be busier: We have the highest number of fire/EMS calls per unit in the entire Valley. Fire calls have increased 16 percent in the past year. And EMS calls are up 13 percent.

We also care about helping those in need. That?s why the Glendale Firefighters volunteer countless hours all over the city. Together with our fellow chapters in Local 493, the Glendale Firefighters raise about $1 million for charity annually.