Burbank Water & Power opened its doors 100 years ago and this past Saturday, they really opened all their doors for a day full of fun and events for the whole family. There were tours, giveaways, rides on equipment and best of all, it was all free.
Guests were able to visit every department under the BWP roof, including the new LEED Platinum warehouses, where state of the art equipment is used to retrieve equipment and parts.
Kids were able to get faces painted while adults could learn ways to use drip sprinklers and conserve water in many ways. The tours included a trip to the roof where the BWP has installed rooftop gardens.
There were food trucks and free popcorn, and everyone could walk away with a reusable grocery bag and a eyeglass cleaner cloth. The most popular location was definitely the bucket truck. Kids and adults could enjoy rides in the bucket after signing liability waivers. BWP linemen strapped everyone in with safety harnesses and kids and parents got to go a hundred feet in the air and see what the BWP linemen see everyday.
The event was attended by hundreds. Everyone seemed to enjoy the day as well as meeting the employees who keep Burbank’s lights on all the time.
Thanksgiving is a time of family, gratitude, and of course a big delicious turkey. No one wants to be dealing with a kitchen fire during the holidays so make sure to brush up on your fire prevention tips to have a safe and turkey filled day.
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