The City of Burbank’s Parks and Recreation DIG Days are back and looking for volunteers. DIG days is a monthly event put on by DIG Burbank that gets the community involved in the clean up and weed removal at Burbank’s parks through hands on gardening. Their next event is on September 17th and will then occur every first Saturday of the month starting October 1st.
291 persons in 2020 to 264 persons in 2022 is a 9% drop in the past two years. No count was conducted in 2021 due to the pandemic
Lycée International de Los Angeles buys 'Parcel 2' which makes up 3.8 acres of the west side of the Pickwick property and includes the ice rink for future expansion
Many issues were tackled at the Burbank School Board meeting last week.
Stay Motivated. - a non-profit organization geared towards raising awareness for suicide prevention and mental health advocacy for military and first responders - is hosting a Summer Sendoff Benefit Concert on September 10th, 2022, at the Starlight Bowl in Burbank.
Amy is super sweet, loving, and very high energy. While in foster care, Amy was amazing with her foster family and was wonderful with their small children. She will require an active lifestyle with someone who knows the breed and appreciates the care that is needed to help her thrive.
Monday is also last day to deeply water trees and plants after 6 pm as the City's cutback of watering goes into effect for the next two weeks
Conserving energy between 4 PM to 9 PM helps prevent electrical equipment from overheating and keeps the power flowing
Library will open starting at 10 am Friday and Saturday and 11 am Sunday and Monday due the excessive temperatures expected in Burbank this weekend
There will be no outdoor watering for 15 days while a major pipeline is being fixed.