Burbank Students Take Flight as Part of Hollywood Burbank Airport’s Academy Program
On Monday, April 24th, nineteen high school students from the Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena Unified School Districts took a round-trip flight to Santa Rosa, California as part of the Hollywood Burbank Airport’s “Airport Academy.” The Airport Academy is a career exploration and education program with five sessions that immerse the academy students into the world of aviation.
Airport Commission Chooses ‘Icon’ Design for New Terminal
The Icon design concept was approved unanimously by Commissioners at their meeting on Monday
Burbank Wants You to Help Draw Our City Council Boundaries
Information about the first forums for residents to help draw District boundary maps. Spanish and Armenian translations also included
Senator Portantino Presents $150,000 to the Burbank Community Gardens
On Saturday, March 11th, residents gathered together at the Burbank Community Garden with local and master gardeners, city officials and representatives from the Parks and Recreation department to accept a check from Senator Portantino awarded by the 25th Senate District of California.
Hollywood Burbank Airport Releases Three New Design Concepts for New Terminal
There are three designs that will be up for a public hearing on April 17 to replace the current terminal that was approved by Burbank voters in 2016
Burbank YMCA’s Youth & Government Students Changing the World One Bill At a Time
On January 25th, Burbank’s City Hall wasn’t filled with the usual city leaders. Local high school students took charge of the chambers, donning dress pants and blazers, for “Changing the World,” a Bill Night presented by the Burbank YMCA’s Youth & Government program.
Burbank Mayor Konstantine Anthony Presents Janet Diel With Key To The City
Longtime Burbanker Janet Diel was given the Key to the City by Mayor Konstantine Anthony at the latest Burbank City Council meeting.
Time to Discard your Live Christmas Trees with Options Available
Christmas tree drop-off stations will be available beginning Monday, December 26th, through Friday, January 27th
Burbank’s Rose Float Entry ‘Adventure Awaits’ Win’s This Years Queens Award in the 134th...
With thousands (estimated over 35,000) of colorful flowers, several hundred pounds of seed and spice materials, pinecones, and thousands of hours of manpower, Burbank's entry Adventures Awaits was awarded the Queen's Award, which is the award for "Most Outstanding Presentation of Roses."
PHOTO GALLERY: Burbank Rose Float Judged Packaged and Heading to Pasadena
This year the Rose Parade will be on Monday, giving float volunteers an extra day to put the finishing touches on this year's float