After FBI closes investigation into Burbank Police officers involved in different allegations several years ago, it has decided not to file any charges. Chief LaChasse sends an open letter to officers.
Vice Mayor is elevated to top position by a 4-0 vote; Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy abstains
Burbank Park and Recreation is having sign-ups currently; see flyer listed
Everybody loves a parade and this year's Burbank On Parade brought smiles to everyone's faces
Leadership Burbank Class of 2014’s Project Supports Well-Being of Burbank’s Active Adults, Ages 55+
Public Works staff has selected Magnolia Blvd. to be the first section of Burbank to participate with the new recycling bins
Grant would only pay for three new officers for three years with City on the hook for additional years. Council will fund one new officer
Burbank 911 Center has a fresh beginning after remodeling.
Burbank Unified School District’s winning banner, created by 9th grader Angus Crosby from Burbank High School, will be the first to be displayed on the tower, beginning June 2014
A winter storm rolled through Burbank on Friday and while it did not do a lot of damage, two locations were not so lucky
To help counteract the effects of the storm, the Public Works department has provided sandbags, free of charge, to residents and business owners in Burbank. Pickup will be coordinated at the Public Works Field Services Yard
The Burbank City Council is scheduled to discuss the project March 11, after the Planning Board recommended its approval last month
City transportation planners gauge residents' interest in adding barriers to high traffic neighborhoods during first of three community workshops. One Keystone resident says city needs to address characteristics of individual blocks before adding bicycle/vehicle share lanes. Kenneth residents say no to traffic circles and entry islands but want the city to explore more options.