The Glendale City Council voted unanimously to approve the renaming of the city hall amphitheater in honor of long-time resident E. Lowell Rogers.
May 19, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit rejected a request by Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community for an en banc hearing on the Tohono O’odham decision. This was, essentially, a request for the Ninth Circuit to reconsider its decision in favor of the Tohono O’odham Nation’s right to game at its new Desert Diamond Casino – West Valley near Glendale.
At the request of Councilmember Jaime Aldama, during the May 17 workshop, council heard an update on the request to install road signs along Grand Avenue to direct drivers into downtown Glendale.
The City of Glendale is preparing for the upcoming Aug. 30 primary election; the deadline to submit all needed signatures and paperwork is quickly approaching - June 1.
The Glendale Summer Band will begin its 50th anniversary season with the season opening performance titled, “There’s Something About Music,” June 2 in the recently renamed E. Lowell Rogers Amphitheater at Murphy Park.
Leadership West, the West Valley’s preeminent leadership organization, has announced the finalists for awards recognizing the region’s outstanding community leaders in business, civic and non-profit areas as well as the Leadership West alumnus of the year. The winners will be announced at its annual awards banquet.
Abrazo Arrowhead Campus and Abrazo Peoria Emergency Center are hosting the Healthy Over Hungry Cereal Drive to provide hungry children with healthy breakfasts during the summer.
Families with an incoming kindergartner are invited to help prep their child for their first school experience by registering them for Peoria Unified’s Kinder Camp. The camp will be an opportunity for your child to get a jumpstart into life as a kindergartner, right alongside a certified early childhood teacher.