The background of Glendale
The city of Glendale was incorporated in 1906 and soon boasted a modern commercial district known as Brand Blvd. Many of Glendale’s homes were custom built during the 1920’s through the 1940’s and the architectural styles vary from residence to residence.
Where is Glendale?
Glendale is sited East of the San Fernando Valley. It is bordered to the northwest by Sun Valley and Tujunga, to the northeast by La Canada and La Crescenta; to the west by Burbank; to the east by Eagle Rock and Pasadena; to the south by Atwater Village and to the southeast by Glassell Park.
What makes Glendale a desirable place to call home?
Glendale is ranked #4 of the United States Safest Cities (population under 170,000)
Glendale boasts an impressive list of magnet schools and specialized education opportunities
The Glendale community offers a convenient commute to most areas of Los Angeles
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Glendale Community Resources
Glendale of Commerce
Glendale Online Community
Things to do in Glendale (for free!)
Alex Theatre backstage tours
Brand Park hike
Brand Park history lectures
Casa Adobe de San Rafael tours
Casa Verdugo Library story hour (where my mom used to take me)
Glendale Volunteer Opportunities
American Red Cross
City of Glendale
Glendale Adventist Medical Center
Glendale Presbyterian Church
Project Safe Place
St. Mark’s all parish meals
Glendale Summer Camps
Glendale Centre Theatre
Verdugo Young Musicians
My Glendale Favorites
Restaurants: Mori Teppan Grill; Far Niente; Jewel City Diner, Damons best mai tai; Billy’s Deli, my parents try to eat here each time they visit
Dr. Devnich D.D.S.
Heal Within Hypnotherapy
Glendale Private Schools
Glendale Public Schools
Glendale Real Estate Statistics