First Responders Recognized At Masonic Temple
Burbank's finest recognized at Masonic Temple dinner.
Burbank’s First Responders use Schools for Active Shooter Training, Cyber Threats and More
Burbank's Police and Fire Departments worked with the Burbank schools for active shooter response training that took place at Burroughs and McKinley while students and staff were not on campus.
Photo Gallery: Sidewalk “Hands Only” CPR Demonstration Attracts Adults, Kids and People Of All...
Nurses from SJMC along with Burbank Firefighters demonstrate "hands Only CPR"
The Burbank Fire Department Participates in Fire Prevention Week
On Monday, October 10, 2022, The Burbank Fire Department released a press release about National Fire Prevention Week, announcing their collaboration with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
PHOTO GALLERY: Burbank Police And Fire Gather To Remember and Honor The Lives Lost...
On an overcast Sunday morning, members of Burbank Police and Firefighters and local community members gathered near The Guardian Memorial in front of Police and Fire Headquarters to mark the remembrance of the 911 attacks 21 years ago.
Two Subway Employees Found Unconscious After Suspected Drug Activity, Torch Explosion
One employee was found unconscious in the back while another one was found unconscious in the bathroom after a torch allegedly exploded
BFD Deputy Fire Chief Danny Alvarez to Become Next Santa Monica Fire Chief
Deputy Fire Chief Danny Alvarez will officially end his role with the Burbank Fire Department in the coming week.
Early Morning Fire Destroys One Unit of a Burbank Triplex
Burbank firefighters responded to the 2500 Block of Brighton Street at 12:28 am to find the front unit of a triplex showing fire inside.
Dr. Steven Rottman Retires After Over 41 Years as BFD Medical Director
Dr. Steven Rottman reflects on his 41 plus years as Medical Director of the Burbank Fire Department.
Burbank Fire Department Recognizes the Importance of Mental Wellness Reflection for Emergency Responders
The Burbank Fire Department advocates that emergency responders take the time to address their mental health and how they may heal emotional traumas from their working conditions.