Construction to impact Buena Vista Street at Vanowen starting October 22 while upgrades are made to both the intersection and the railroad crossing
Cindy Dyer, Douglas Howe, Dennis Roy, Robin Smola-Schwer, Terry Scott, Chuck and Tonie Siedsclag, Elise Sterns-Niesen and Jess Talamantes were all inducted to the Walk of Fame in a ceremony held at Izay Park
Members of the public dropped by Bob Hope Airport Wednesday night as the Airport Authority hosted a workshop to update the surrounding neighborhood on the Part 150 Study
Since the Police Chief is hired by the City Manager, the City Council will first need to hire a new permanent City Manager who can then decide on the process to hire a new Chief. Interim Chief Scott LaChasse remains at the helm
The vibration impact of the pile driving operation will be barely noticeable within an approximate 100-yard circumference of the pile driving and is not anticipated to cause any structural or architectural issues for nearby buildings
The FAR Part 150 Study process is comprised of two fundamental components – a “Noise Exposure Map Update,” and a “Noise Compatibility Program Update.” The Noise Exposure Map component documents the forecasted level of incompatible aircraft noise expected over a five-year period.
After spending 23 years as a Burbank City Employee, the Burroughs alum will leave the top job in Burbank to take a similar job in the smaller City of South Gate.
In his haste to find a runway, a pilot accidentally taxied onto a service road at Bob Hope Airport Thursday afternoon and had to be towed away. Airport traffic was temporarily interrupted
Statewide, a total of 1,629 mosquito samples, 954 dead birds, and 168 sentinel chickens have been identified as positive for West Nile virus. 56 human cases of West Nile virus have been reported
Burbank Water and Power (BWP) employees can claim bragging rights after taking home several trophies, including several first place finishes in the “Apprentice” competition, at the Annual Los Angeles Lineman’s Rodeo.
McCambridge Pool, which was originally scheduled to be closed on September 9, will now remain open through Sunday, October 14
The City of Burbank is extending the hours of operation at one of its designated cooling centers to provide relief from the heat wave that is now forecast to last through the weekend.
While the City put on their annual event at Keystone and Chandler, numerous residents as well as Muir Middle School hosted events for their neighbors. We visited a few and saw true Burbank spirit.