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Glendale, AZ

Located in Maricopa County, Arizona, northwest of Phoenix, the city of Glendale covers 55.8 square miles and is home to about 250,000 people. Glendale ranks as the state's fourth-largest city, and between 1990 and 2000 it saw a population growth rate of nearly 50 percent. Glendale has made itself into a tourist destination, particularly for sports fans: It hosts the Fiesta Bowl, hosted the 2008 Super Bowl, has a number of sports arenas, and is home to several professional sports teams, including the National Hockey League's Phoenix Coyotes and the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.


The city of Glendale offers a number of popular destinations and historical sites for visitors and residents to enjoy.


Glendale's major shopping venue is the perennially popular Arrowhead Towne Center Mall, located northwest of downtown Glendale. Anchored by Macy's, Dillard's, and AMC Theatres, the mall is surrounded by a larger shopping area that stretches for a number of blocks and includes a variety of retailers and restaurants.

Cabela's, a retailer of outdoor gear with an emphasis on hunting and fishing, has a large store in Glendale that offers visitors not only a shopping experience but a hunting and fishing museum and other attractions.


Glendale features several attractions that the whole family can enjoy.


Around the turn of the twentieth century, one of Glendale's best-known exports was ostrich feathers, which were prized for their distinctive luster. Today the city is supported by a number of other primary industries, including:

Major employers in the area include the City of Glendale, Glendale Community College, Luke Air Force Base, Banner Thunderbird Medical Center and Arrowhead Towne Center.


In recent years Glendale has become a hub for sports teams, franchises and events in the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area.


Glendale is home to several colleges and universities, and residents also have access to a number of institutions of higher education in the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area.


Glendale receives a wide variety of television and radio station broadcasts from the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area. These include the following stations:

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