Park Rangers

Glendale Park Rangers
Glendale’s Park Ranger Program

Park Ranger Mission:
To protect and preserve Park resources, recreation opportunities and facilities that enhance the quality of life for city residents and visitors.

Building relationships, solving problems and showing compassion are methods used to accomplish this mission; through public education and community outreach; and through enforcement of park rules.

How to reach a Park Ranger
Ranger on Duty: 623-695-3004
Alternate Ranger on Duty: 623-693-4278

If you see something happening in progress in a city park, call 9-1-1, then call the On-Call Ranger at 623-695-3004. Rangers are on duty 6 a.m. to 12 p.m., usually. Glendale has Ranger bike patrol presence in larger regional parks, such as Sahuaro Ranch Park, Thunderbird and the linear parks.

The Park Rangers partner with the Glendale Police Department, other departments and service providers in assisting with the city’s homeless population to obtain services they need.
Glendale parks and facilities are safe and enjoyable places to be, and Rangers will be out there to make a difference in the community and connect with people.

Additional Contact Info
Graffiti Removal Hotline: 623-930-3080
Parks Maintenance Office: 623-930-2691
Report park issues: parkconcerns@glendaleaz.com


Park Rules and Regulations (including Chapter 27 Code)