Following the tragic traffic accident that occurred on Aug. 3rd, Burbank City Council convened to discuss and amend speed limits.
Burbank City Council discuss speed limits on San Fernando and parking citation reform
Burbank City Council Meets In-Person For First Time Since March 2020; Discusses Low-Income Assistance...
Burbank City Council converges to inaugurate Interim Police Chief, examine BWP's low-income assistance programs
City Council discusses future plans for water management in face of drought conditions
Burbank Police Commission Meets to Discuss Mental Health Services and Relationship With Burbank Police...
During the June 16th meeting, Burbank Police Commission reported on the expansion of mental health services while the Police Chief addressed rising crime rates in the city
BPD delivers report on the status and goals of the Student Resource Officer (SRO) program to joint Burbank City Council and School Board meeting
The Burbank City Council met virtually on Tuesday, April 27th and was the first meeting reviewing the proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Year budget. In the presentation the council was provided with details on the accomplishments and services of each department, along with their proposed budget and new budget requests. Here are the budget requests for this coming fiscal year including recurring requests and one-time requests. The next City Council meeting will be on Tuesday, May 4th, in which the proposed budget presentation will continue.
The Burbank City Council meeting was held virtually on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 where a presentation was made regarding enactment of a local minimum wage and/or Hero Pay. The staff recommendation presented was to direct staff on whether or not to pursue increasing the minimum wage in Burbank and for Council to provide specifics. The second recommendation would be to direct staff on whether or not to bring back a Hero Pay ordinance and for Council to provide certain specifics.
The Burbank City Council met virtually on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 and began the meeting with the adjournment of retired Burbank Fire Engineer, Arthur “Art” Popkin, who worked for the department from 1964 to 1989.
The Burbank City Council opened up their virtual City Council meeting on March 16, 2021 with the adjournment of Pete Roses who passed away in January of 2021. Roses coached football and basketball at numerous schools, worked as a one-on-one aid in Burbank middle schools, high school, and the Burbank Adult School, and was also a campus security guard for Burbank High School.