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TRAFFIC

The Public Works Traffic Division completes engineering, operation, and maintenance of all traffic signals, signs, and markings. Our staff also investigates requests related to:

  • Speed humps
  • Stop signs, Crosswalks, and Traffic signals
  • Red curb

If desired, please contact Public Works at (818) 238-3915 to request an investigation.

 

SPEED HUMPS:

  • The City will install speed humps if your street meets Council adopted criteria
  • Criteria includes the vehicle speeds and traffic counts
  • If desired, please contact Public Works to request an investigation
  • Speed humps will require residents to submit a petition

 

STOP SIGNS, CROSS WALKS, AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS:

  • The City will install stop signs, a marked crosswalk, or a traffic signal if a location meets criteria in the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
  • Criteria includes the number of collisions, traffic counts, and pedestrian counts
  • Crosswalks across major streets will require flashers or a traffic signal

 

RED CURB:

  • The City will install red curb if you cannot see oncoming traffic.
  • Red curb will be a minimum of 10 feet long

 

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER

The Public Works Traffic Management Center oversees the monitoring, operation, timing and synchronization of all the City's signalized intersections by using Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) devices connected to the City's high speed fiber optic network. 

TRAFFIC VIDEO

Traffic video may be obtained by submitting a Public Records Request (click here for form). The fee for a traffic video is $45.00 per CD requested. For more information please contact (818) 238-3953 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Please note: License plate numbers are generally not legible in video. 

 

PARKING

The City provides various parking permits for residents and businesses.

During the COVID-19 crisis, temporary office hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 12:00pm by appointment only.  Please contact us at 818-238-5290 or email Parking@burbankca.gov to schedule an appointment or ask any questions.

 

 RESIDENT PARKING PERMITS FOR RESIDENTIAL STREETS:

  • You can submit a permit application for your residential street to require permits.
  • A new permit is $10.25
  • If you lose your permit, a replacement permit is $30
  • Each address may also buy 1 visitor permit for $6
  • Permits have a letter and are valid within this “zone”.Sticker permits are valid on streets with red signs. Hang-tag permits are valid on streets with green signs. See this map

Submit a permit only or time limited permit application at the address above.

Residential Parking Permits FAQs

 

RESIDENT LARGE NON-COMMERCIAL VEHICLE (LNCV) PARKING PERMITS:

  • If you own any vehicle that is longer than 22 feet in length OR taller than 8 feet OR wider than 8 feet, you need an LNCV permit to park on a street
  • A temporary 3-day (72 hour) permit is $6
  • An annual permit is $164

Use must pay in person at the address above or you may pay online at LNCV (CAP) Permitting System.

 

BUSINESS PARKING PERMITS FOR CITY PARKING FACILITIES:

  • A new permit is $52 each month
  • Hang-tag permits let you park all day in any city parking facility shown on this map


BUSINESS VALET PARKING:

  • A new valet application is $320
  • A renewal application is $160

Submit a valet application at the address above.


BUSINESS PARKING PERMITS FOR RESIDENTIAL STREETS

  • A new permit is $25
  • If you lose your permit, a replacement permit is $25
  • Each address may also buy 1 visitor permit for $6

 

BUSINESS CURB PARKING:

  • If you want 10 minute parking or 20 minute loading for your customers, the City can paint the curb in front of your business
    • Curb painting is $122 + $2.30 for each foot beyond 25 feet
  • If you want 20 or 30 minute parking for your customers, the City can install a sign in front of your business
    • Sign installation is $175 or $250 if a post is needed
  • If you want 1 hour or 2 hour parking for an entire block, signs will require businesses to submit a petition

 

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