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Legislation Reintroduced to Allow Bob Hope Airport to Adopt Nighttime Curfews

Reps. Adam Schiff and Brad Sherman reintroduced the Valley-Wide Noise Relief Act to allow Bob Hope and Van Nuys Airports to adopt curfews and minimize airport noise

Secretary of State Alex Padilla Makes First Stop at Burroughs

Secretary of State Alex Padilla Kicks Off High School Voter Education Weeks at John Burroughs High School

eBooks Now Available at Burbank Public Library

Effective August 1, the Library will be offering free eBooks for download through its website. Up to five books may be checked out at any time for periods of 7 to 14 days. Currently, the Library has approximately 1200 titles available

Local Residents Get an Updated Look at Reservoir Project

Burbank Water and Power gives local residents get an inside look at the project that is currently under budget and on time

Police/Fire Headquarters Building Construction Finished

After years of fixing all the original mistakes, the Police and Fire Headquarters Building at Third and Orange Grove is back at full strength

Authority Says Burbank Has a Decline in its Homeless Population

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

Burbank Names Two as Interim City Managers

Fire Chief Ray Krakowski will also assume the role of Interim City Manager until December 3 when Ken Pulskamp, who is the current City Manager of Santa Clarita, becomes available to also take over the interim position

City Looking to Fill Sustainable Burbank Commission Vacancies

The City Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for the Sustainable Burbank Commission

National Night Out Scheduled for August

Burbank Police will once again team up with local neighborhoods for National Night Out on August 6

Burbank Police Arrest 14 During Mandatory Curfew Hours

Police confiscated recovered merchandise suspected of being stolen from stores in the Los Angeles area

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Burbank Crime Report – May 29 Edition

Crimes reported to Crimemapping by the Burbank Police Department

Burbank Police Recognize Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

The Burbank Police Department would like to remind drivers to always look twice for motorcycles

Senator Portantino, Lawmakers & Arts Advocates Rally for Arts Funding

The current budget proposal would implement a $10 million cut to the California Arts Council