All About Glendale
Glendale is a city in Los Angeles County, California. Downtown, the Museum of Neon Art showcases light-based, kinetic and electric art, plus vintage neon signs. Brand Park has trails and the 19th-century Doctor’s House Museum and Gazebo. The Verdugo Mountains offer equestrian routes and hilltop lookouts. Northeast, trails run through rugged Deukmejian Wilderness Park in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Source
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Things To Do In Glendale:
Come Spend A Day In Glendale!
Glendale used to be most famous for its mall, but now this city on the outskirts of Los Angeles is known for so much more, and is rapidly making a name for itself as the place to come if you want something a little different. The city is surrounded by beautiful scenery, and as such you can go for a hike in the neighboring mountains, where you will find rugged terrain scattered with wild flowers. Hiking and biking are also popular in the area, or in one of the city’s parks.
If you prefer to stay in town, then you can enjoy a range of quirky galleries and museums in the city, and when the sun sets you will find live music and a range of dining options all over the city. Speaking of dining, don’t forget to try some of the signature eats in the city thanks to the large Armenian population here, as well as some of the Cuban treats that are also sold in the city. Source
Education in Glendale
About Glendale Educational System
Since 2005, GEF has raised over $3.4 million to support impactful programs in the arts, sciences, athletics, and nutrition. We need to raise over $350,000 each year to keep these programs going for the next class of students. Our organization works on behalf of the Glendale community to enliven public education in three areas of focus: visual and performing arts, science and technology, and health and fitness.
Your support allows us to enhance Glendale Unified School District in a multitude of ways – from arts integration in elementary schools to robotics, sports programs, teacher grants and more! When you support Glendale Educational Foundation, you support the future of Glendale and neighboring communities. Source
History of Glendale:
Glendale is rich in history!
The City of Glendale was incorporated February 16, 1906, and was governed by a Board Trustees from 1906 to 1921. The City of Glendale became a Chartered City upon ratification of its Charter on March 29, 1921, and the Board of Trustees became known as the City Council.
The City of Glendale created and adopted the Glendale Register of Historic Resources on September 30, 1997. Today the Register, which is overseen by the Planning Division, contains over 100 properties. Access the Planning Division’s list of properties (including images), as well as information on historic preservation, how to research the history of your home, or how to apply for inclusion on the Register. Source
Check out Glendale’s Neighborhood
Glendale is a well-established neighborhood in Southeast Madison. Glendale, Sennett, and LaFollette schools are located within the neighborhood boundaries. There are single-family homes in this residential neighborhood along with condominiums, town homes, and duplexes.
Ruth street west to 100 block E. Dean Avenue on the north; Hwy 51/ Stoughton Road on the east; 205 Crestview Drive to Indian Trace and eastward including Edna Taylor Conservation Park on the south; Monona Drive, Admiral Drive, Bjelde Lane on the west. Source