Neighborhood & Family Services

Attention Tenants with Past Due Rents:

The Governor’s Executive Order 2020-49, which delayed enforcement of evictions, expires October 31, 2020. Landlords will need to file a motion with the court to enforce the eviction and if a judge grants their motion, tenants will have five days before they can be locked out of their home.

For tenants who want to stay in their homes and extend the delay until December 31, 2020, they must provide their landlord a Declaration under the CDC Order if they have not done so already. The declaration form can be found here:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/declaration-form.pdf 

The tenant must give the CDC Declaration to their landlord as soon as possible and definitely before they are locked out of their homes. Tenants should not sign the Declaration unless every statement in the Declaration is true and all adults on the lease must sign the Declaration.


Arizona Department of Child Safety - Housing Voucher Application Request:

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded several different housing authorities in the state of Arizona with Family Unification Program (FUP), Housing Choice Vouchers.

If you or someone you know 18-24 years old and was in foster care, you may be eligible for housing assistance through the Family Unification Program (FUP), Housing Choice Vouchers. For more information or to apply, please visit: https://dcs.az.gov/housing-voucher-application-request



The Community Services Department provides a variety of programs designed to build strong neighborhoods and provide support for low to moderate income families.  Programs are designed to address short, medium, and long-term needs of Glendale residents.  Visit the links below to learn more about the various programs.



Contact Us

Jean Moreno, Interim Director Community Services
5850 W Glendale Avenue, Suite 431
Glendale, Arizona 85301
P:(623) 930-3590