Real Estate and Community Information
Glendale California is a large city that is a suburb of Los Angeles. The fourth largest city in Los Angeles County and the 23rd largest in California with a 2014 population of over 200,000 residents. Located in southern California, those who own real estate here enjoy everything that California has to offer including various attractions, parks, shopping and cuisine. If the sunny skies of California is what you have been looking for, contact Debra Lee Brzescinski today, she will guide you to the right homes for sale in the area that will exceed all of your expectations.
Glendale is rich in history. It is one of the 25 original Spanish Concessions which were areas in which farmers and ranchers could use the land for herds of cattle, it was commonly known as a grazing land. Jose Verdugo was a corporal in the Spanish Army who received his land from then Governor de Borica. The land was then named Rancho San Rafael after Verdugo took possession in 1784. Throughout the years, Verdugo’s descendants would sell the pieces of the property until 1894 when residents decided to form an official town. In 1906 the town was officially incorporated and then residents decided to annex Tropico in 1918.
Parks and Recreation
The Parks and Rec department is the heart and soul of Glendale. Here, you will find all types of services from day camps for kids to cruises, help for the homeless and various social services. If you want to find more information on everything that the parks and rec department offers, check out their website at www.glendaleca.gov
In California, people tend to think that it is all shopping, fine dining and various attractions. They do not typically think of the outdoor, open space that is offered. Here, you will find that the parks and rec department offers not only a wide range of programs but also 285 acres of parks that have been developed for use and 5000 acres of open space. You will find a total of 45 parks including historic buildings, conveniently located community centers and the Civic Auditorium.
Attractions and Events
In the multiple civic centers, auditoriums and theaters, you will find a wide range of events throughout the year. In addition, there are also many opportunities to become involved in the community including the farmers’ market and city council meetings. For a full list on everything that is going on, go to the city calendar
where you will find up to date information on all events, meetings and cancellations.
When you relocate to Glendale California, you will find everything that you could ask for. From the state of the art parks and rec department to the rich history and entertainment. If that is not enough, Los Angeles is just a short drive away, giving you even more entertainment options. Contact Debra Lee Brzescinski today
so she can help you find the right property that will exceed everything you have wanted in your new home