Burbank Parks and Recreations Reopens Its Indoor Facilities
Full operational services will be offered beginning on Monday, June 21, 2021
Burbank Enters Red Tier on Monday – Restaurants Allowed to Offer Inside Dining
L.A. County Health, which governs Burbank will allow: On-site learning for grades 7-12, dining, movie theaters, gyms, museums and zoos
Burbank Firefighters Receive Vaccine, Police Officers Still Waiting for County Health
70% of firefighters and paramedics sign up to take the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Police Still waiting for County Health
Providence St. Joe’s Continues Brutal Battle Against COVID-19
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.
The city of Burbank Comes Down Hard on Tinhorn Flats, Will Hold Public Hearing...
Burbank's City Council has put Tinhorn Flats on notice, which must comply in 10 days or face a public hearing
City of Burbank Responds to the Public About Tinhorn Flats Health Order Enforcement
City responds to complaints about Tin Horn Flats refusal to follow L. A. County Health Order
Public Health Adding Additional Safety Modifications
Targeted Safer at Home Order Comes After 5-Day Average of New Cases is 4,751
myBurbank Wants to Help Save Burbank Restaurants
myBurbank is putting together a guide of restaurants open for take-out to support them during this crisis. We need your help in adding to the guide that will be updated daily!
Burbank Coordinating Council Shares List Of Pandemic Resources
The Burbank Coordinating Council has released a list of local, county and state services and information to support members of the Burbank community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rick’s Sports Corner: How COVID-19 Wreaked Havoc On Local Sports Teams
It's been an ugly year so far, but Burbank High and Burroughs hope to begin the sports calendar.