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Burbank California Police Station Address: 200 N 3rd St, Burbank, CA 91502, United States


1 hour ago
This morning, several Burbank Police Officers deployed to Montecito with other local agencies under a mutual aid operation. Officers are protecting evacuated neighborhoods against theft and looting and escorting emergency response crews in and out of the area as cleanup continues https://t.co/W2ccA1MI1r

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2 days ago
We’ve been getting inquiries regarding Burbank hiking trails and hillside recreation areas. These areas are still closed due to recent mudslide activity and the ongoing clean-up efforts. We hope to have better news soon.

6 days ago
Thank you to all the residents in the area who kept and eye and ear out for us. Your like the 10th man in baseball or the 12th man in football. #Burbank residents rock!

6 days ago
The second suspect has been arrested. The perimeter is being broken down.

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This morning, several Burbank Police Officers deployed to Montecito, California along with other local agencies under a mutual aid operation. Officers are protecting evacuated neighborhoods against theft and looting and escorting emergency response crews in and out of the area. The devastation in the area is unthinkable, but a reality for many. We are honored to be a part of this operation.

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Burbank Police Department2 days ago

City of Burbank Debris Basins Update:

http://bit.ly/2mDiKqy

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Burbank Police Department updated their cover photo.6 days ago

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Burbank Police Department1 week ago

A reminder that public hiking trails, including the Stough Nature Center and Wildwood Canyon Recreation Areas are CLOSED due to recent rains, mudslide activity & debris flow. These areas still pose a potential risk to hikers, so please adhere to the closures until further notice.

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Burbank Police Department shared City of Burbank’s post.1 week ago

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Burbank Police Department1 week ago

EVACUATION ORDERS LIFTED

Country Club Drive evacuations have been lifted and residents only can return to their homes provided they show identification to officers; however, the eleven homes at the top of Country Club Drive (1190 and above) have been issued Boil Water Orders from Burbank Water and Power until further notice.

Street parking on Country Club Drive is prohibited on Thursday and Friday as Crews work on cleanup and repairs. This may be extended if necessary. Temporary full closures of Country Club Drive may occur intermittently as crews continue working.

The Department of Health and Human Services has provided flood water cleanup guidelines. County of Los Angeles Environmental Health has administered food safety and salvaging.

Remaining closures:

Stough Nature Center
Wildwood Canyon Recreation Area
DeBell Golf Course
Advisements:

Once residents return to Country Club Drive, they can push storm debris onto City streets for pickup, but trash must be placed in the appropriate trash bin.
Residents along Country Club Drive may see water along the street as Burbank Water and Power conduct fixes and testing.
Hiking trails remain closed until further notice. Burbank Police Department will enforce.

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Burbank Police Department1 week ago

>>MORNING UPDATE: HILLSIDE BURN AREAS>>

The following is a storm update from the City of Burbank as of 9:30 A.M.

Evacuations: Mandatory evacuations for Country Club Drive are still in effect. This includes all residences east of Via Montana.

An evacuation shelter is available at McCambridge Recreation Center (1515 N Glenoaks Blvd). Red Cross volunteers and Burbank Parks and Recreation staff are manning the shelter.

Street Closures: Country Club Drive at Via Montana remains closed. Residents are also warned to avoid these areas:

Bel Aire Drive at Vista Ridge
Walnut Avenue at Sunset Canyon
Harvard Road at Sunset Canyon

Additional Closures:

Stough Nature Center
Wildwood Canyon Recreation Area
Castaway Restaurant
DeBell Golf Course

Utilities: Homes located on County Club Drive do not currently have utility services. Southern California Gas Company has confirmed that they have turned off the gas to Country Club Drive residences. All utility companies are currently inspecting damage and will return services as soon as possible.

Additional Assessments: LA County Public Works is assessing debris basins. City Building and Safety will be reviewing the area along with Environmental Health and the Forestry Department.

Injuries/Fatalities: None within the City of Burbank.

Advisements:

Once residents return to Country Club Drive, they can push storm debris onto City streets for pickup.

Residents along Country Club Drive may see water and additional debris occurring along the street as Burbank Water and Power conduct fixes and testing.

Hiking trails remain closed until further notice. Burbank Police Department will enforce with citations.

An additional update will be sent today at approximately at 4 P.M.