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Founded in 1887, the city of Glendale is conveniently located close to downtown Los Angeles, Burbank Airport, and several area attractions. It is the third largest city in Los Angeles County spanning more than thirty square miles with a population of nearly 200,000 people. Dramatic office towers, top-name hotels, and the nationally recognized Glendale Galleria shopping center define its unique downtown area.  Within a seven-block area, Glendale's downtown offers fabulous restaurants, an array of specialty stores, an authentic farmer's market, movie theatres, nightclubs and live-performance venues.


The city of Glendale is divided into 34 neighborhoods, which are delineated by streets, washes, and mountain ridges. Each neighborhood has a unique history and character and as these neighborhoods developed, they combined to form the City of Glendale as we know it today. To help maintain the small town feel, many have their own neighborhood business and shopping districts as well.

Community spirit is strong as residents reflect a tremendous interest in non-profit causes, city improvements and educational issues. Neighborhoods are clean, business districts are built smartly and social amenities are abundant.  Glendale is ethnically diverse and rich in cultural heritage.


Glendale is home to the real estate communities of the Verdugo Woodlands, Rossmoyne area, Chevy Chase and Glenoaks Canyon, and Cumberland Heights and are located in the zip codes of 91201, 91202, 91203, 91204, 91205, 91206, 91207, 91208.

What to do and see:

Farmer's Market - at the corner of Wilson and Orange Street (commonly referred to as The Meadows'), every Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.

Kenneth Village
- quaint shopping area with specialty shops and restaurants

Brand Park - houses the Brand Library and Art Center, one of the best art and music libraries in California
Doctor's House Victorian Museum - has the Shipman exhibit at the landmark 1890 museum in Glendale, featuring silent filmmaker Nell Shipman, who rented the house from 1917 to 1920

Casa Adobe de San Rafael - restored in 1932, museum and California state historic landmark

Glendale Community College - local community college founded in 1927

Alex Theatre - a landmark since 1925, the recently restored Alex is now a 1,500 seat performing arts center located in the heart of the downtown district
Glendale Center Theater - the longest continuously-running “centre staged” theatre in the country featuring “arena style” seating
A Noise Within – classical repertory theater company

Glendale Galleria - major shopping center including large department stores and specialty shops, plus restaurants

Brand Boulevard of Cars - car dealerships in a central location just South of Downtown Glendale

Scholl Canyon Golf Club - 18 hole public course, lighted driving range, pro shop

YMCA of Glendale - fitness classes, pool, racquetball and teen center

Forest Lawn Memorial Park - 300 landscaped acres, art gallery, sculptures, many celebrity gravesites.

Moonlight Rollerway Skating Rink – offers open roller skating hours and can be rented for private parties.

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