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City Fact Sheet
The City Fact Sheet webpage contains demographics and other information about the City of Burbank.

History of Burbank
Read all about the history of the City of Burbank.

Burbank City Council
Burbank is a charter city with a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council serves as the elected legislative and policy-making body of the City of Burbank, enacting all laws and directing any actions necessary to provide for the general welfare of the community through appropriate program, services and activities.
The City Council meets every Tuesday of each month starting at 5:00 P.M. for Closed Session and continuing at 6:00 P.M., in the Council Chambers, Burbank City Hall, 275 East Olive Avenue, Burbank, California. The City Council webpages can be accessed here.

The Burbank Channel
The Public Information Office operates The Burbank Channel, Burbank's government access channel on Charter Communications cable channel 6. It is seen on channel 16 in the neighboring city of Glendale. Subscribers to the U-Verse AT&T fiber optic service will find The Burbank Channel located on channel 99. The Burbank Channel streams live on the City's website, BurbankCA.gov. Check The Burbank Channel TV listing for the latest programming information.

City Boards and Commissions
The Burbank City Council appoints residents to various boards, commissions and committees. Our community prides itself on citizen involvement in all issues. As citizen members, volunteers serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council, performing a valuable service by addressing community issues and needs.

Elected Officials
Burbank is represented by officials at the Federal, State and County levels. Their contact information is located here.

City Directory
An alphabetical listing of city programs and services and their managing departments is available here.

Emergency Information
When an emergency of major proportions occurs with a direct effect on Burbank, turn to The Burbank Channel, radio station BAM 1620 on the AM dial, or call the Burbank Emergency Information Hotline recording at 800-994-2872 for specific information regarding City operations and efforts. For further information on what you can do to prepare for an emergency, go to this page.

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