Barrel District Weekly Update 
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Glendale's Barrel District
 September 11, 2020
16th Annual Teddy Bear Day
in Historic Downtown
Teddy Bears make the world a happier place!

Where: Historic Downtown Glendale and Catlin Court
When: Saturday, September 12, 2020
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Get that warm and fuzzy feeling with friends, family, and your favorite furry bears as you embark on a fun-filled day of make-and-take arts and crafts and exclusive deals.
 
Begin at the Arizona Information Center at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures (5836 W. Palmaire Ave.) to pick up the activity list and the shuttle route map. The cool and comfortable shuttle is free-of-charge to ride. 
Take a virtual art tour of our city from architecture, library art to wall art. Enjoy this collection of art that is right in our neighborhood, take note of your favorites and schedule a time to visit the art in person.
Click here to view, The Art of a City.

Arizona List of Things to Do
Socially Distanced or Virtually
Click here to see the list.
*Remember some counties/cities require masks and some do not, so be sure to look at the guidelines before heading out.




Click here to see a wide range of virtual activities that my office has gathered together for you and your family.

City Announcements and Events
Fall 2020 Household Hazardous Waste Collection 

The City of Glendale's annual Fall Household Hazardous Waste collection (HHW) is approaching. Residents are provided the opportunity to have items such as paints, pesticides and old chemicals removed from their home at no additional cost. 
Call 623-930-2660 to schedule an appointment
starting: September 21 - October 16
Collections will be: October 12 - October 30 

Please visit the Household Hazardous Waste website page for more information. 
Click here to register.

Celebrate Library Card Sign-Up Month With Wonder Woman This September

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, and this year the honorary chair is the iconic DC superhero, Wonder Woman! To celebrate this special occasion, we're pulling out all the stops with a Wonder Woman library card, an array of prizes including gift cards and two free tablets, and fun videos on social media from library staff and local cosplayers. Kick off the festivities with this video from Justice League Arizona and then read on to learn how you can join in!
Due to demand, event may conclude early if trucks are full.
We will be implementing social distancing guidelines so you must stay in your vehicle and we will remove the boxes from your vehicle.
This shred event is for citizens of Glendale only.
BOND ELECTION
Voters in Glendale will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on four important bond questions in the upcoming election to be held on November 3rd, 2020. If approved by voters, questions one through four will make $187,900,000 in new bond financing available for infrastructure improvements in existing parks, street reconstruction, expansion of the Glendale landfill and storm drain improvements.
For more information on the Bond Election, click here.
For the schedule of upcoming Bond Election meetings, click here.
Should you have questions or need information, please contact our 24/7 project hotline at 602.532.6250.


  • Streets between Cholla Street and Peoria Avenue, between 61st Avenue and 67th Avenue – Slurry Seal application is currently taking place.
  • Streets between Mountain View Road and Peoria Avenue, from 53rd Avenue to east of 55th Avenue – Slurry Seal application to begin in late September.


Project Info:602.532.6250 
There are some fun virtual events happening in the month of September with our Glendale Public Libraries.
Click here for the month of
September's events.
Also, be sure to check out 
Glendale Public Library YouTube channel to get fun virtual learning and story times right to your home!
Be Counted: Census 2020
It has never been easier to respond to the census on your own - whether online at www.2020census.gov, by phone, or by mail - all without having to meet a census taker.
I introduced an idea designed to remind drivers of the importance of driving safely on neighborhood streets. 
They are 18" x 24" signs, red on one side and yellow on the other. 
Let me know if you'd like one for your yard.
Click HERE for your Free sign!
 GlendaleOne is available online at www.GlendaleOne.com or via mobile app from the App Store or Google Play
Watch the brief video below to learn more.
City of Glendale, AZ | 623.930.2249 | BTurner@glendaleaz.com
 5850 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale, AZ 85301