City of Burbank


Burbank Composting Workshops Help Reduce Water Usage

The Burbank Recycle Center holds a number of Composting During Droughts workshops from September through November. Free composting bins are available to Burbank residents at the workshops.

2014 Burbank Dolphins (Photo courtesy of Mike Graceffo)

Flag Football Flourishing for Burbank Park and Recreation

Burbank Park and Rec has done a tremendous job in continuing the success, tradition and enjoyment of flag football; look no further than the Burbank Dolphins

Exchange students from Incheon, South Korea, with Burbank Mayor Dr. David Gordon at City Hall. (Photo Courtesy of the City of Burbank)

Incheon Students Visit Burbank For Exchange Program

Students from Burbank's sister city Incheon, South Korea, visited City Hall, the Police and Fire Building, Cartoon Network and more places of interest in Burbank as part of a two week student exchange program.

Burbank K-9 officer Joel Rodriguez with his dog Kimo look for possible evidence in the bushes near the parking lot of The Church of Later Day Saints, where 2 males were stabbed Saturday afternoon. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank City Council Limits Landscape Irrigation To Three Days Per Week

Action limits landscape watering in the city of Burbank to Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and for no more than 15 minutes each day for each irrigation station

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Jay Leno to be at Classic Car Show in Downtown Burbank this Saturday

Celebrity cars, Jay Leno, and Drake Bell will take center stage at the third annual Downtown Burbank Car Classic


Burbank City Attorneys Association Disbands

Representatives of the BCAA advised the City Manager by letter on July 17, 2014, that their group is disbanding effective immediately and is withdrawing a lawsuit and several complaints

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Airport Authority Elects New Officers

Commissioner Frank Quintero of Glendale Chosen as Vice President; Commissioner Bill Wiggins Named Secretary

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Bob Hope Airport Introduces R.I.T.C. to Southland

Regional Intermodal Transportation Center will withstand earthquakes, provide a place or a command center for law enforcement during disasters and provide the public with access to planes, trains and cars.

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Burbank Water and Power Attains Third Platinum LEED Certified Building on Its Ecocampus

Along with the Administration Building and the Service Center Building, there are now three buildings on the BWP campus that have achieved the highest certification possible from the USGBC

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Fired Police Sgt. Back on the Streets after Reinstatement

Burbank Police Sgt. Chris Canales, who was fired in 2010, was back on the streets of Burbank Monday after being reinstated

A special ceremony took place at City Hall the other night welcoming the Special Olympics to Burbank (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank Selected as Host Town for Special Olympics in 2015

Burbank announced that the community has been officially selected to participate in the Special Olympics World Games “Host Town” program from July 21 – 24, 2015

Michelle Boehm, California High-Speed Rail Authority's Southern California regional director, addresses those attending the Open House for the statewide rail modernization plan on Wednesday night at the Holiday Inn Burbank Media Center. (photo by Joyce Rudolph)

Possible Burbank Station Discussed at High Speed Rail Meeting

Open house meeting gives residents a closer look at plans to build a high-speed rail system connecting San Francisco to Los Angeles. Plans are to build a station near the Burbank Bob Hope Airport to achieve rail-to-rail and rail-air connectivity.

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Caltrans Breaks Ground on Burbank I-5 Corridor Improvements

Burbank kicked off a 5 year project Wednesday morning which will cost $355 million, add 2.2 miles of HOV lanes, close parts of San Fernando Blvd, realign the Burbank Blvd interchange, as well as elevate railroad tracks at the Buena Vista and San Fernando Blvd crossing.