The Glendale Successor Agency (GSA) is responsible for winding down the activities of the former Redevelopment Agency.*. The Redevelopment Agency was dissolved on February 1, 2012, in accordance with ABx1 26, and replaced by the GSA. The GSA makes payments required to complete enforceable obligations (former Redevelopment Agency obligations that are legally required to be completed), performs duties pursuant to the enforceable obligations, and complies with the Dissolution Act (ABx1 26 which was later amended by AB 1484 and SB 107). Click here to read the Dissolution Act.
Glendale Successor Agency staff also serves as staff to the Oversight Board. To view Glendale Successor Agency enforceable obligations, click on the ROPS and Supporting Documents link below. To find out more about the Glendale Oversight Board and its role, click on the link below.
* The Glendale Redevelopment Agency was created in 1972 for the purpose of improving, upgrading and revitalizing areas within the City that had become blighted because of deterioration, disuse, and unproductive economic conditions. It was a legal and separate public body, with separate powers and a separate budget from the City.