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Glendale is an incorporated City North of Los Angeles, it actually sits between the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, it borders the Verdugo Mountains on three sides with the Angeles National Forest to the North. 

Glendale has its own school district, the Glendale Unified School District. La Crescenta High School in the North of the district, also services Montrose and the unincorporated community of La Crescenta

The area was originally the home of the Tongva people, in fact there's a rather nice bench on 'Tongva Peak' in the Verdugo Mountains, where you can sit and enjoy a great view of Los Angeles.

In 1798 Ranch San Rafael was granted to Jose Maria Verdugo, in 1860 his grandson Teodoro Verdugo built the Verdugo Adobe, the oldest building in Glendale.

Residents gathered in 1884 to choose the name 'Glendale'. The City incorporated in 1906 and has grown steadily ever since, including a large portion of La Crescenta, which is often referred to as the 'Glendale Annex'. Glendale comprises thirty-four neighborhoods each with its own distinct history and character.

Note that the chart below shows the City of Glendale, which includes a portion of La Crescenta and some of Montrose.

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