Glendene, New Zealand
|Local authority||Auckland Council|
|Electoral ward||Waitākere ward|
|North||Te Atatu South|
Glendene is a mainly residential suburb with the north-eastern portion devoted to light industry.
In April 2014, Glendene became a part of the new Kelston electorate.
The Glendene Community Hub was opened in March 2015 in response to Council studies that showed a need for community development in the area.
Glendene Playcentre (birth - 6 years).
Arohanui School caters for students aged 5 to 21 years with learning disability. Based in neighbouring Te Atatu South, the school includes students who attend other local schools such as Glendene school.
All schools are coeducational.
- The figures given combine the census populations for Glendene North (Quickstats about Glendene North), Glendene South (Quickstats about Glendene South) and Mcleod (Quickstats about Mcleod).
- Reed, Alexander Wyclif (1975). "Percy+Jones"&dq=Glendene+"Percy+Jones" Place names of New Zealand. p. 140. ISBN 0-589-00933-8.
- Discover New Zealand:A Wises Guide (9th ed.). 1994. p. 17.
- Stephen Hart, ed. (2008). Where to Live in Auckland. Barbican Publishing. p. 119. ISBN 978-0-473-14244-5.
- Glendene School
- Tirimoana School
- Arohanui School
- Photographs of Glendene held in Auckland Libraries' heritage collections.
- Glendene Community Society