The Glendale City Council has approved investing millions in upgrading aging facilities in the downtown region. 

Included in the $1-billion budget approved by the council this month is an infrastructure project that aims to revitalize Glendale’s downtown area.  

The reinvestment project includes spending nearly $40 million on remodeling City Hall, $10.5 million on the E. Lowell Rogers Amphitheater, $4.5 million on Murphy Park, $4 million on the council chambers, and $4 million on a parking structure.

Glendale officials have said the project’s total cost should be about $70 million and improvements are projected to be completed by 2025. 

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J.D. Manning
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