Glendale ready for craziness of Super Bowl 57

New Glendale hearth chief says they’re ready to host the Super Bowl in February.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Glendale metropolis officers are making ready for the inflow of soccer followers that can come to town when the realm host Super Bowl 57 in February.

New Glendale hearth chief Ryan Freeburg, who takes over this month, says his prime precedence stays public security.

Chief Freeburg spent the bulk of his career with the Scottsdale Fire Department, incessantly planning for massive occasions just like the “Greenest Show on Grass” – the WM Phoenix Open. 

1,000,000-plus guests are anticipated to be coming to the Valley, together with locals planning events. Freeburg says the most effective practices are “automatic aide.”

‘We meet month-to-month for totally different coordinating alternatives and totally different conferences with numerous stakeholders, so we’re actually ramping as much as kickoff,” he said. “All of our plans are in place, all of the communication is ready, every thing you’d count on from public security officers. We’re ready to obtain not solely the Super Bowl however all of the visitors within the City of Glendale.”

Plus, if wanted, reinforcements are on standby from neighboring businesses.

“The great thing about the metro Phoenix and automatic aide system is we can literally draw those resources from Queen Creek, Mesa, Chandler, that may not have the special event in their city but that can provide equipment, personnel to keep everyone safe,” Freeburg stated.

While Freeburg says their hope is to see the Red Birds within the massive sport, public security stays key.

“Be vigilant. If you see something, say something. Be patient with the men and women who are out there to protect you,” he stated.

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