At this time, Downtown Burbank continues to monitor the news around COVID-19 and the recommendations of public health officials as well as all federal, state, and local government guidelines. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors announced additional precautions, which includes the City of Burbank.
All bars, clubs, theaters, entertainment centers, and fitness centers in Los Angeles County are ordered to be closed until further notice. Restaurants will be permitted to serve take out or delivery food only and grocery stores will remain open.
All City buildings and recreation facilities along with libraries will be closed to the public until Monday, April 6. As always, City of Burbank safety personnel will be available along with crucial city services. This includes Police, Fire, Public Works, and Burbank Water and Power workers.
For more information on what the City of Burbank is doing, and what resources are available, for businesses, consumers and employees please visit: https://www.burbankca.gov/what-s-new/coronavirus
The health and safety of Downtown Burbank’s customers, employees, and community remains a top priority. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding and look forward to seeing you in Downtown Burbank soon.
— The Downtown Burbank Partnership
The City of Burbank and Downtown Burbank are not responsible for the content of and do not endorse any products or services of the companies listed on the Burbank Together at Home campaign including any information on the City of Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) and Downtown Burbank website and social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter). As such, we make no representation or warranty as to the accuracy, appropriateness or any other aspect of the information contained in the Burbank Together at Home campaign on the City of Burbank’s website and social media platforms and the Downtown Burbank website and social media platforms. While we encourage promotion of local businesses and restaurants, citizens are reminded to comply with the Governor’s Safer at Home Orders.