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Country Club Drive Evacuations Lifted

Post Date:01/10/2018 6:48 PM

BURBANK, CA (January 10, 2018: 9:00 P.M.) – 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


  • 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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