On June 28, Chow Down Burbank!, a 90-day campaign to help local restaurants in recovery from COVID-19 setbacks, officially kicks off. The Burbank Chamber of Commerce and the City of Burbank have partnered with marketing agency Counterintuity to promote these businesses.
Normal Brolsma of the Burbank Police Department served her final day before retiring on Thursday, June 17, following 41 years of employment with the City of Burbank.
Burbank Supports Pride Month with Flags, Proclamations, Resolutions and Showcasing Business Owners in the...
June 2021 marks a historic month in the City of Burbank, one that puts forward an effort to create a safe and supportive atmosphere for members of the LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) community as Pride month is honored across the town.
On Thursday, June 17, the Burbank Police Department honored the memory of fallen Officer Joseph R. Wilson by placing a wreath at the Guardians statue in front of their headquarters.
Burbank Chief of Police Scott LaChasse discusses his career and tenure in Burbank as he nears retirement from the Burbank Police Department.
The art installation will be on display for public viewing through June 22, 2021, at the front steps of City Hall.
Burbank Community YMCA Celebrates Opening of First LGBTQIA+ Resource Center in the City’s History...
Supporters gathered at the Burbank Community YMCA for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new Social Impact Center.
Those interested in Burbank history will be glad to know that the Gordon R. Howard Museum Complex is open to the public again.
Horace Mann's childcare program is set to be leased to the YMCA due to high costs, School Board reports
The City of Burbank provides a host of services available specifically for Burbank Unified students and seeks to make those students and families aware...