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Leadership Burbank to Take on Animal Shelter Project

Project: entitled, “A Cause for Paws – Giving Burbank’s Animals a New Leash On Life.”

Temporary Road Closures for Downtown Burbank San Fernando Reconfiguration Project

Closure will take place for three days starting March 3, through March 6, 2024

Burbank Councilmember Takahashi Appointed to National League of Cities Human Development Committee

Takahashi was elected to a one-year term and will provide strategic direction and guidance for NLC’s federal advocacy agenda

Volunteers Really DIG Helping Out Burbank Parks and Facilities

"We do things like weeding and mulching, and cleaning up debris throughout our parks and different areas around the city"

Hollywood Burbank Airport Breaks Passenger Traffic Record in 2023

The airport’s passenger numbers for the year have surpassed the previous record set in 2019

Burbank City Council Passes Anti-Trafficking Ordinance Championed by Zonta Club

Burbank Council enacts anti-trafficking law, propelled by Zonta Club's dedicated advocacy efforts.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Astrid

Astrid is a giant galumping goofus, available for adoption at the Burbank Animal Shelter.

Joseph Lillio to Serve as Interim General Manager of Burbank Water and Power

Burbank City Manager Justin Hess has selected Chief Financial Officer, Joseph Lillio, as the Interim General Manager of Burbank Water

Our Burbank 311 Mobile App Expands to Include Code Enforcement and BurbankBus

The Our Burbank 311 App is available on both Apple iPhone and Android platforms

Burbank Commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Burbank honors Holocaust victims and survivors, emphasizes education and remembrance.

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Burbank Crime Report – February 21 Edition

Crimes reported to Crimemapping from the Burbank Police Department

Friedman Introduces Bill to Hold Oil Drillers Financially Liable for Harm Caused by Their...

Under AB 3155, oil drillers could face penalties ranging from $250,000 to a $1 million

Judge Rules That City has Right to Remove Parkway Trees

Judge rules City can remove 8 pine trees from Niagara and E. Santa Anita that are deemed dangerous