The City of Glendale, Wisconsin


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Polling Locations

The next election for the City of Glendale will be April 2, 2019. There will NOT be a Spring Primary February 19.

As of 2019 the City of Glendale will have only 3 polling locations.
  • District 1 and District 3 - Cardinal Stritch University 
    6801 N. Yates Rd.
  • District 2 and District 6 - Richard E. Maslowski Community Park 
    2200 W. Bender Rd.
  • District 4 and District 5 - Good Hope School 
    2315 W. Good Hope Rd.
Please go to myvote.wi.gov or call (414) 228-1718 to verify your district.
Adopt a Hydrant

Adopt a Hydrant

Glendale Water Utility requests residents living near a fire hydrant to “Adopt a Hydrant” and remove snow and ice from around the hydrant during the winter months.  More than 600 fire hydrants are present in Glendale.  Fire hydrants are located approximately every 500 feet on most Glendale streets.  Any assistance in clearing the snow from fire hydrants will be appreciated.

Snowy Sidewalk

Snow & Ice Sidewalk Removal

Snow and ice removal from sidewalks by property owners is required by City Ordinance. Snow and ice MUST be removed within 24 hours from the time the snow ceases to accumulate. Snow may NOT be thrown, blown, or plowed into or across the roadway.

The City will issue a citation for any violation of the ordinance per 1.1.7 of the Glendale Municipal Code.

Seeking Volunteers

Snow Plow

Snow Removal Procedures

Based upon the expected snowfall this season, we wish to remind you of the City's long-standing snow removal and salting policy. 

Normally, the City does not plow streets unless the total accumulation of snow is 3 or more inches. Anything less is typically covered by salting operations.

Salting operations commence generally at the request of the Police Department or at the determination of the Public Works Director based upon weather conditions. 

Major thoroughfares have first priority. The City does not have a "bare street" program for residential areas. In other words, for residential streets, salting is typically reserved for intersections, hills, mid-blocks and curves roadways.

As much as many people would like, it is impossible for the City to schedule snow removal times to coincide with their respective snow removal from their driveways. Plowing streets inevitably will put snow on property owner's driveway approaches. There is no other way to plow snow.

As a reminder, the City does not plow or maintain County or State highways located within Glendale.

North Shore Library

North Shore Library Programs

Plan Your Next Disney Trip
Wednesday, February 6, 6:00 PM

Microsoft Word Tutorial
Thursday, February 7, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Galentine's Day Brunch

Saturday, February 9, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Appy Hour

Tuesday, February 12, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Throwback Thursday: 1950s Sock Hop
Thursday, February 21, 6:00 PM

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