City of Burbank

RSVP Director Dee Call, from left, with recipients of the President's Call to Service Award, Mary Ramsey, Sharon Darbo, Jacqueline Campbell, Betty Santoro and Marion Mandeson, and Judy Pike, chairwoman of the RSVP Advisory Council. Peter McGrath, vice chairman of the RSVP Advisory Council, at the microphone. The President's award goes to volunteers who have served 4,000 hours or more. They receive a letter, a certificate and lapel pin from the White House. (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

RSVP Volunteers Honored

Members of the Retired Senior Volunteers Program were honored for giving 147,483 hours to more than 50 nonprofits and public agencies for a 12-month period

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Today is Veterans Day- Thank a Soldier Or Attend An Event Thanking Them

Hats off to all our Veterans, current and past. Thank you!

Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel Luddy. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Mayor Gives Optimistic Outlook During State of the City Address

Annual event sponsored by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce gives business leaders feeling of stability in the City.


Verdugo Hills Community Hike Early Registration Deadline Nears

Great hike for a variety of ages and fitness levels, the annual Verdugo Hills Community Hike shows off beautiful views of the city and surrounding area.

Burbank Firefighters can be seen wearing Pink Tee Shirts for the next couple of days, as they show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness.(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank Firefighters Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

Burbank Firefighters wear pink lending their hand to bring breast cancer awareness to the public

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Scavenger Hunt Contest, Bike Tour Map Promote City Exploration

Get to know Burbank a little better with some fun activities from the City Planning Dept.

Chris Vilchis makes sure Katelyann is secured in a safety harness. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank Water & Power Celebrates 100 Years Of Service With Fun For Everyone

Burbank Water & Power Celebrates 100 with tours, rides and giveaways.

Burbank's CERT Team members listen to Magda Sellon give instructions prior to going into the competition.(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Community Emergency Response Team Claims Third In Skills Invitational

Burbank CERT team puts on a strong showing at annual civilian emergency response competition

Traffic is backed up for miles on Glenoaks Blvd. following Northbound I-5 Freeway Closure Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Freeway Closure Causes Havoc On Burbank Streets

Burbank streets suffer gridlock following debris flow on freeway.

Replacement Terminal proposed for Bob Hope Airport would have the same amount of gates as today's terminal (14)

Airport Authority Shows What Replacement Terminal Will Look Like

355,000 square foot specification represents a 68% increase in size from the existing terminal which is approximately 211,000 square feet. Airport-hosted town hall meeting to discuss the replacement terminal and Opportunity Site on Thursday, October 10, at 6 p.m

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Road Closures and Lane Reductions Saturday Morning

Road closures might cause early morning detours


Central Library Celebrates 100 Years With Jam-Packed How-To Festival

Saturday's event puts together short presentations on a variety of skills and topics for the whole family. Food trucks will be on hand for delicious eats.


Mountain Lion Spotted Again In Burbank Foothills

Residents of the northern part of Burbank near Brace Canyon Park are cautioned after a mountain lion was seen again in the area.