The Burbank FSA's “Imagine A City Gala - Reimagined Creating a Field of HOPe” will be held in a drive-through format on Oct. 24 at Olive Ball Fields.
Four outside facilities to open - Indoor recreation facilities and various outdoor amenities remain closed to the public
City Manager Justin Hess tabs Dawn Roth Lindell as the new General Manager for Burbank Water and Power, replacing Jorge Somoano who is retiring this month.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month takes place every year during the month of October
The Burbank City Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for the Senior Citizen Board beginning October 7, 2020 through November 6, 2020
The Burbank City Council approved amending the Urgency Eviction Ordinance applying only to commercial evictions until the end of the year
Replaced by State Law AB 3088 for Residential Evictions; City Council to Consider New Eviction Ordinance for Commercial Tenants
Flex Alerts do not apply in Burbank as BWP is not part of the grid managed by the California Independent System Operator
The Downtown Burbank Property-based Business Improvement District (PBID) was instrumental in making this happen
Various City buildings and landmarks will be lit in red, including Burbank City Hall, Burbank Water and Power, all Fire Stations, Warner Brothers Studio, Nickelodeon, and Disney
This year it will be broadcast instead of the traditional luncheon to support social distancing
We remain committed to celebrating cyclists and pedestrians. As a result, Burbank Transportation Management Organization (BTMO) will host its annual “Bike and Walk to Work Day” on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, from 10:30 am-12noon via Zoom.