Glendale AZ

Located northwest of Phoenix, Glendale AZ is Arizona’s 5th largest city and one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Founded February 27th 1892 Glendale now has an estimated population of close to 230,000 (2013). This West Valley city is home to the Arizona Cardinals (NFL) and the Phoenix Coyotes (NHL). Its also the Spring Training home of the LA Dodgers and Chicago White Sox.

Glendale is also home to The American Graduate School of International Management (“Thunderbird”), internationally recognized as one of the best schools in the world for international business. Aside from great sports and education, Glendale hosts a number of local events and festivals throughout the year such as the Glendale Chocolate Festival every February and Glendale Glitters every December.

City Information

Population 226,721
4,214 people per square mile
Males
 
49.6%
Female
 
50.4%
Median Age 33
Median Income $45,765
COLI 91.2 U.S. Avg. 100
Elevation 1153ft
Annual Sunshine
296 sunny days a year
Annual Rainfall
24 rainy days a year
Avg Annual Temp
High 87°
Low 63°
Mar-May
High 86°
Low 61°
Jun-Aug
High 104°
Low 81°
Sep-Nov
High 88°
Low 65°
Dec-Feb
High 68°
Low 47°
Temps in °F - For more info visit U.S. Climate Data

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Carmel Estates: 33.659904, -112.177330

Moving to/in the Greater Phoenix area during the summer can considerably reduce your moving costs. Winter is more expensive, and due to an influx of seasonal residents.