Closing two fire stations, laying off nine police officers and closing parks are among considerations
Burbank Police issue some safety tips after a mountain lion took a poodle from the backyard of a home on Sunset Canyon just after midnight, a few nights ago.
On Tuesday Burbank residents, police, fire, and city agencies got out joining more than 16,000 communities around the United States for the NNO.
Local Girl Scouts give back to community by collecting supplies and cash donations for the Burbank Animal Shelter.
Mike Gatto and Tim Conway Jr. teamed up to help push adoptions at the Burbank Animal Shelter as the site tries to win the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Rachel Ray $100,000 Challenge
Burbank Animal Control Officers are forced to euthanize a badly injured coyote discovered caught in a trap in bushes near the freeway at Bob Hope Park.
On Saturday morning Burbank Animal Shelter Superintendent Brenda Castaneda and Senior Animal Control Officer Stacie Levin brought residents of the Halston Estates together with JC Healy, Game Warden with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for a community meeting to discuss both the reality of living with wild animals, as well as, how to best protect themselves from potential attacks.
Residents of the northern part of Burbank near Brace Canyon Park are cautioned after a mountain lion was seen again in the area.
Burbank residents gathered at Chandler and Keystone besides their various neighborhoods to strengthen neighborhood spirit and celebrate the police-community partnership
In partnership with local retail pet stores, the Burbank Animal Shelter will hold traveling adoption events starting with Peggy Wood’s Pet Emporium on March 2, and A La Mutt on March 16
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