Daily parking rates for selected lots at Burbank Bob Hope Airport will be adjusted upward by $2 effective January 15, 2013 while some rates for other lots will remain unchanged
Despite a little rain, the Mayor’s Tree Lighting and first glimpse of Santa Claus went on without a hitch as hundreds showed up to City Hall
This is the second grant received by the City to repair the aging park. Creek restoration is crucial element to the renovation
A power failure resulting in the loss of edge lighting on a runway resulted in the grounding on many flights trying to leave the airport Thursday night.
Burbank’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place Saturday night at City Hall and Santa’s Helpers can be seen bustling around City Hall cleaning and arranging in anticipation of his arrival
BWP launches its newest program, “Go Native!,” which provides Burbank residents with cash rebates for replacing live turf with a California Friendly landscape
Cold, tired, and full of stories, 10 electrical linemen from Burbank Water and Power (BWP) returned from New York’s Long Island after restoring power to hundreds of residents who had gone without electricity for up to 8 days
Thanksgiving week kicks off the winter holiday travel season, and passengers traveling through Burbank Bob Hope Airport between Friday, November 16 and Monday, November 26 will experience higher-than-normal passenger traffic due to the Thanksgiving holiday
Photos from the annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony at McCambridge Park.
The Burbank Recycling Center has announced that it will resume its beverage container buy-back operations at the 500 Flower Street facility beginning Monday, November 12 after having its license suspended by previous operator
The City of Burbank is announces the availability of the Burbank2035 Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR).
Today from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., uniformed Airport personnel will be stationed outside of the main terminal entrance collecting both check and cash donations for victims on the East Coast
However, the award-winning theatre company still must raise $500,000 by year’s end to continue serving the region. The Colony has achieved the first goal of its emergency “Save the Colony” campaign by raising $49,000 in ten days so that it can open THE MORINI STRAD as scheduled on November 17