Mayor Vrej Agajanian
Glendale has a Council-Manager form of government. Five councilmembers are elected at large to serve four year terms. Elections take place on the first Tuesday in April during odd numbered years. Each year Council selects one member to serve as mayor. The Mayor presides at Council meetings and has ceremonial responsibilities, in addition to his or her other Council duties.
See City Council Agendas - View the City Council agenda for the upcoming week to stay abreast of the latest topics of discussion at council. You may also review agendas and watch streaming video of previous meetings.
Inviting a Councilmember(s) to an event?
To invite a Councilmember(s) to an event, please call (818) 548-4844 or mail the information to 613 East Broadway, Suite 200, Glendale, CA 91206.
Please include the date, time and location of the event, a contact person and their phone number. If you would like a Councilmember to speak at the event, include specific details. We'll be in contact with you within two weeks of receiving your request.
Request a Commendation or Proclamation from the Mayor of Glendale
The Mayor ratifies and issues proclamations and commendations based on each individual request. All
requests for commendations and proclamations must be submitted to the Mayor’s Office at
least TWO WEEKS prior to the date of event. To submit your request, please send an email to Certificates@GlendaleCA.gov. Please review the Commendation/Proclamation Guidelines before submitting the Commendation/Proclamation Request Form.
A Legacy of Leadership
Glendale has had 72 mayors lead our City.
They have all shared the common goal of making our “Jewel City” one of
the most desirable cities in Southern California.
Click here to visit the "Mayors Gallery."