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In 1885, William John Murphy, a native of New Hartford, New York lived in the city of Flagstaff, Arizona, when he commissioned the Arizona Canal Company to build a 40-mile canal from granite reef to New River and into the desert land of Glendale, Arizona.
In the mid-1890s, Glendale became the route of the Santa Fe Railroad, which was to connect the city with Prescott in northern Arizona. The railroad enabled the city of Glendale settlers to transport goods from the north and receive building materials.
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In 1912, the city of Glendale had its first newspaper – the same year Arizona became a state. Isn’t that cool? Glendale took over the city of Tropico and continued to thrive in 1918. Like most major cities in the United States, it suffered from the Great Depression, but recovered in the 1930s.
Currently, the city of Glendale is thriving with the city’s education system expanding to a handful of schools in several districts, including Glendale Elementary in Peoria, Unified in Deer Valley and Unified Glendale Union High School District. The construction of Thunderbird Field and Luke Air Force Base brought thousands of people to the area.
We Service the Following Zip Codes in Glendale: 85031, 85033, 85037, 85301, 85302, 85303, 85304, 85305, 85306, 85307, 85308, 85309, 85310, 85335, 85340, 85345, 85355, 85381, 85382, 85383