Cultural Arts Commission Celebrates Phase 6 of the Electrical Box Beautification Program

Artists in Phase 6 include first time box painters, a recent JBHS graduate,  as well as those who have painted several boxes or murals across the city

BWP Holds First Meeting to Plan Burbank’s Energy Future

Burbank Water and Power is preparing for the future of energy by embarking on the development of a 20-year long-term plan, called – the Integrated Resources Plan

Burbank’s Annual Tree City USA Ceremony Plants a New Tree at the Stough Canyon...

As one of the original California Tree City’s, the City of Burbank has proudly been recognized as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation

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.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Sweetie

This friendly girl is winning over hearts at the Burbank Animal Shelter with her soft eyes and goofy smile (check out those dimples!). Sweetie has enjoyed the company of everyone she's met, including other dogs (a meet and greet play-date is a must if you currently own one), though the shelter doesn't know how she is around cats.

Burbank to Light City Hall in Armenian Colors for Genocide Remembrance Day

Members of the Burbank Armenian Association and the Armenian National Committee of America gathered with City Officials at City Hall to acknowledge the solemn occasion

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Pablo the Great

Say hello to Pablo the great! This delightful boy is a ton of fun, and was definitely loved by a family before coming to the Burbank Animal Shelter. Pablo is a 2.5 year old male pit bull terrier that already knows "sit" and will do so while waiting to be fed in the morning by staff.  He is very smart, so continued training once adopted should be a breeze. Staff took him out on a hike and he did great and loved being out on an adventure.

Airport Commission Chooses ‘Icon’ Design for New Terminal

The Icon design concept was approved unanimously by Commissioners at their meeting on Monday

City Recognizes National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

This week, April 9 to 15, 2023 is celebrated as National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, which is honored on the second full week of April every year since it was enacted by Congress and signed by President Clinton in 1991. During the April 4th Burbank City Council Meeting, Mayor Konstantine Anthony presented a proclamation declaring April 9 through the 15th of 2023, National Public Safety Telecommunications Week in the city of Burbank, which was accepted by Burbank Police Captain, JJ Puglisi, and communications manager, Cheryl Mendez.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Atlas

Atlas is a sweet boy who was surrendered to the Burbank Animal Shelter as his previous owner's living situation changed and she could no longer keep him. He is a lovely dog, and an all-around good guy, but he is definitely nervous here at the shelter. He would do best in a quiet home with an experienced dog owner who can be a little patient with him.

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