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Burbank Unified School District and City Council Receive Updates on Traffic and School Safety...

BUSD and Burbank City Council listen to BPD updates on traffic and school safety

Councilmember Nick Schultz Appointed to the League of California Cities General Resolutions Committee

General Resolutions Committee's role is to meet at Annual Conference to consider and take action on any resolutions submitted

Burbank Looks to Fill Police Commission Vacancy

The Burbank City Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for the Police Commission beginning July 19, through August 18, 2022

Burbank City Council Moves Forward With Talks on Potential Tiny Homes Project for Homeless

Burbank City Council discusses location, potential merits of possible tiny homes project in Burbank

Burbank City Council Approves $1.5 Million for Electric Service Payment Relief

Burbank City Council reviews, approves new program for struggling Burbankers to more easily afford electric services.

Letter to the Editor: Frutos Announces He Will Not Run for Re-Election to Council

"I have decided it is time for me to retire from the Burbank City Council, effective this December"

Burbank City Council Discusses Changing Development Impact Fees

Burbank City Council discusses need for new development impact fee schedule

Burbank City Council Discusses Infrastructure Budget, Projects

Burbank City Council receives presentation on infrastructure budget, new/existing projects

Burbank City Council Discusses 2022-23 Budget, Possible Water and Power Rate Increases

Burbank City Council discusses new budget, requested BWP rate increases

Burbank City Council Gives a Thumbs Down to Current Planned Pickwick Housing Development 

The Burbank City Council's vote rejected the interpretation that Senate Bill 35 applies to the Pickwick housing proposal

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Burbank Police Log: July 25 – July 31

A summary of people arrested by the men and women in blue over the course of seven days.

Summer Family Fun: American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park

to a close but the fun is not over yet! The American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park has just opened in Santa Ana featuring 17,000 sq. ft. of trusses, swings, climbing walls, bridges, and an inflatable obstacle course.  Based on the NBC show, American Ninja Warrior, which ran for 13 seasons, the adventure park has opened so that everyone can test their skills and train to be a ninja.

45-Day Budget Finalized At School Board Meeting

The 45-day budget is finalized at the most recent school board meeting.