Glendale could ban feeding pigeons, beef up palm tree maintenance ordinance

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Glendale is looking at banning the feeding of pigeons and a beefing up its enforcement of palm tree maintenance.

The Glendale City Council will get updates on draft language related to bird feeding and unkept palms trees at its September 8th meeting.

Glendale would join Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa in prohibiting the feeding of pigeons.

On the palm tree front, Glendale is looking to update its ordinance and find ways to get property owners to keep their palm trees maintained. The current city ordinance has not been enforced, according to a city presentation planned for the City Council.

The draft language reads:
No responsible person of any property shall allow any palm tree to have dead palm fronds within ten (10) feet of the ground, a structure, a fence or wall, or of any combustible, other than the tree from which the fronds have grown.

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September 2020