This site will provide you with valuable emergency preparedness and safety tips, whether you live, play or work in the City of Burbank.
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Are You Prepared For Rain This Winter

As trees shed their foliage in the Fall and Winter, leaves end up on roofs (in the valleys and gutters of pitched roofs and around scuppers and internal drains of flat roofs) and this could cause blockages to the drainage of rain water.  One gallon of water weighs eight pounds, so water sitting on a roof, especially a flat roof, can add up fast.  Make sure you clear valleys on a pitched roof of any debris and built up leaves and inspect and clean scuppers, internal drains and gutters out before every predicted storm.




La Tuna Fire

The La Tuna Fire incident is in many residents' mind these days, the City of Burbank immediately recognized the potential concerns those directly and indirectly impacted by the fire may have with the future secondary impacts such as mud and debris flows or other concerns resulting from rain; as a result a dedicated information page was created ReadyBurbank.org/LaTuna.

Please check ReadyBurbank.org/LaTuna often as additional information is posted as it becomes available.

The City of Burbank is currently working with other subject matter experts and agencies and is actively taking  steps in mitigation and preparation for storm season.