With other local governments in the state implementing vaccine and testing requirements for city employees, Burbank City Council considers such a requirement
Full operational services will be offered beginning on Monday, June 21, 2021
The Media Action Network for Asian Americans Founding President, Guy Aoki, discusses how our media culture's image of Asian Americans is playing a role in the growing number of anti-Asian hate crimes. Furthermore, the Burbank Human Relations Council has released a statement on how Burbank residents can do better to work as allies with the Asian American community.
L.A. County Health, which governs Burbank will allow: On-site learning for grades 7-12, dining, movie theaters, gyms, museums and zoos
70% of firefighters and paramedics sign up to take the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Police Still waiting for County Health
Staff members at St. Joe's advise the public to keep being as cautious as possible as COVID-19 remains a serious problem in the community.
Councilmember Nick Schultz shared on his Twitter feed a letter that was personally delivered to Tinhorn Flats this week
Burbank's City Council has put Tinhorn Flats on notice, which must comply in 10 days or face a public hearing
City responds to complaints about Tin Horn Flats refusal to follow L. A. County Health Order
Leeza's Care Connection is an organization that has partnered with Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center and provides a guiding support system for caregivers.