Sky Harbor

The Glendale Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to provide parking benefits to businesses that are members of the Glendale Chamber of Commerce.

Members will get a 15% discount on “online rates” at five parking locations at the airport. These locations are the West Economy Garage, parking at terminals 3 and 4, the East Economy Lot and garages A and B. Valet services are expected to be available soon.

There is also a special that is valid through Sept. 1, in which these businesses and their employees will instead get 25% off, in addition to “2,000 loyalty points for new sign-ups.”

The parking lots are “ADA-accessible, safe, well-lit and patrolled regularly.” 

For more information, visit

glendaleazchamber.org and click on “cost-saving benefits and services.”

Amber Wilson, senior director of policy, education, workforce and strategic initiatives for the Glendale Chamber of Commerce, said this partnership is aimed at providing continued value to the chamber’s members.

“I think the goal from the chamber’s perspective is just to add more value to chamber membership and to again acknowledge the importance of the economic impact of the business community, which is what we do to support our members,” she said. “So, it’s just another cost-savings benefit that you get if you’re a chamber member.”

Wilson said these new parking benefits at Sky Harbor are part of a larger array of benefits the chamber is providing to its members. 

“I think it’s important that if you’re not a member of our chamber that you take a look at those benefits and really understand how valuable chamber membership is,” Wilson said. 

She is also appreciative of the effort put forth by Sky Harbor.

“I think it sends a message that the airport values the economic impact of the business community and wants to recognize that through offering these discounts,” Wilson said.

Heather Shelbrack, public information manager for Sky Harbor, said this program is part of a larger Sky Harbor Corporate Discount Program, which is aimed at giving back to the community. 

“We want to provide programs for everyone in our community so they may also be able to book touchless parking and access special offers and perks,” she said.

“We are currently piloting the program with several different organizations and companies in the Phoenix travel community.”

She said that because so many of the Glendale Chamber of Commerce’s members are small businesses, the partnership “was a natural fit.” Shelbrack said that Sky Harbor also wants to help give back to these communities because they help the airport’s business, too.

“In an effort to support the local community and organizations that help drive Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, we wanted to give back by providing programs for all types of organizations, especially small businesses, that are starting to increase travel,” she said.

Shelbrack said the partnership with the Glendale Chamber of Commerce is an extension of a program that was put into place last year. They hope to expand it. 

“We want to engage the broader community and have a relationship with our valued customers of all types as they travel through Phoenix,” she said.