Welcome to Glendale

RESOURCE GUIDE FOR GLENDALE RESIDENTS

Greetings Glendale Residents: My goal, as the Mayor of Glendale, has always been to keep our residents informed and safe. We’re fortunate our city offers ample and accessible resources close-to-home. During this unprecedented time, the City is working hard to keep our local assets strong and viable, which also includes our small businesses. Minimizing the economic impact of this virus on Glendale is essential and therefore,  I’m reaching out for everyone’s support. Below, you’ll find a helpful resource guide intended to keep you informed, while supporting Glendale businesses. Now, moreRead more »


Glendale’s Summer Event Calendar

WELCOME TO GLENDALE is delighted to announce this summer’s event schedule. Enjoy concerts, festivals, beer gardens, and more. There is entertainment for the whole family! If you’d like to sponsor an event or advertise, please contact us.  It’s a great exposure while supporting our North Shore Community. Volunteers are always needed, too.  No experience is necessary.  Just reach out and pick the events that work for you! Are you a vendor or performer? We’re always looking for quality booths and acts. Please contact us. Print this Schedule of Events: Click Here.


Glendale Re-Launches local Business Association

This January, Glendale, Wisconsin, is bringing back a business association for the North Shore.  Originally founded in 1988, the networking organization was started as the Glendale Convention, Visitors, and Business Association. Members will be able to register on this website starting December 1st, 2019.  The Glendale Area Business Association (GABA) will offer Networking Opportunities, Marketing Tools, Professional Development Courses, Community Outreach, and Resources.  All are welcome to join.  However, initiatives will focus on the seven North Shore Communities: Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood, and Whitefish Bay.Read more »


Renovations begin at BAYSHORE

“Bayshore Town Center has presented plans to redevelop the mixed-use destination. Key elements of the proposal include raising the central green space of Town Square to provide greater openness and connectivity, transforming the existing Rotunda into a lively communal space for indoor entertainment, improvements to landscaping, hardscaping and cosmetic upgrades on numerous building facades, plus the demolition of the original enclosed mall, making way for additional uses including multi-family residential units, vibrant senior housing and a hotel.” To learn more, click here.