A New coat of paint and several million dollars worth of repairs to leaks, improper installation of windows, bad flooring, and plenty of headaches to both Firefighters, and Police Officers that man the building 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
According to Police brass, the delays in response times while the jail was being worked on is now over. Officers would have to transport prisoners to the Glendale Police Station and sometimes taking up to 45 minutes of additional booking times, thus causing a delay to non emergency calls.
The building recently got a new paint job along with new bricks, and entry way, open to serve you, the public.
After new coat of paint and some several million dollars worth of corrections and fixes, the Police/ Fire Headquarters front entrance is open for business. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
The City of Burbank is inviting property owners, business owners, residents, community groups, and stakeholders to participate in several events to prepare a community-based vision for the North San Fernando Boulevard corridor. The study area includes properties near the segment of North San Fernando Boulevard between the Burbank Town Center and Interstate 5. The City is conducting this effort to prepare for the construction of the I-5 Empire Avenue Interchange Project, which will construct a full freeway interchange at Empire Avenue and North San Fernando Boulevard.