About Downtown Burbank
Downtown Burbank is a mixed-use urban neighborhood featuring more than 600 shops, restaurants and businesses. Situated in the heart of entertainment industry, the area is renowned for its dynamic street scene, outdoor dining, and pedestrian orientation. Shopping and dining destinations include IKEA, Urban Outfitters, H&M, Shake Shack, and Burbank Town Center. AMC movie screens consistently rank in the top five of cinema circuits nationwide. The District is managed by Downtown Burbank Partnership, a California nonprofit mutual benefit corporation. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/downtownburbank.
Downtown Burbank Partnership
The Downtown Burbank Property Based Business Improvement District (PBID), governed by the non-profit organization known as the Downtown Burbank Partnership, was formed in 2003 as part of the City of Burbank’s efforts to revitalize Downtown Burbank. The PBID was renewed in 2018 for a new 10-year life beginning January 1, 2019, the goal is to strengthen the organization that funds and manages improvements in collaboration with Downtown property owners to increase consumer spending and visitation in Downtown.
Goals are to:
• Preserve and improve the aesthetics of Downtown through enhancements to capital infrastructure.
• Increase the frequency of power washing and district maintenance.
• Create promotional opportunities to increase sales revenues for merchants through marketing and events.
• Work to maintain a low vacancy rate via leasing support and advocacy.
• Support the continued formation of a livable and walkable neighborhood.
DTNBUR – Meeting Information
The Downtown Burbank Partnership Board of Directors meets on the first Thursday of the month at 9:00 AM in the Community Services Building, 150 North Third Street in Downtown Burbank.
Downtown Burbank Hospitality & Social Outreach Program
Staffed by StreetPlus, Downtown Burbank Ambassadors provide hospitality and social outreach services to the district and help to mitigate issues with street performers, homelessness, and safety. You can reach the Downtown Burbank Ambassadors via phone seven days a week to report non-emergency issues, the phone number is: (818) 397-3798.
Meeting Minutes & Agendas
The PBID Board is comprised of eleven members originally appointed by the City Council. Regular meetings are held monthly the first Thursday of the month unless otherwise agenized. The PBID Board’s primary function is to conduct business for the revitalization, improvement and activities for Downtown Burbank. The agenda packet consisting of all documentation relating to agenda items are on file in the Economic Development Division of the Community Development Department located at 150 N. Third Street during normal business hours and will be posted on the Downtown Burbank Website: www.DTNBUR.com
This Downtown Burbank Partnership meeting facility is ADA accessible. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if any special assistance is needed to participate in this meeting, please contact the ADA Coordinator at (818) 238-5021 voice or (818) 238-5035 TDD. Notification 48 hours in advance of this meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements for special assistance.