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Burbank Police Department Parking Enforcement Change

As part of a continued, proactive approach towards slowing the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, the Burbank Police Department continues to make certain operational adjustments.

Based on the advice of public officials to avoid crowds and implement social distancing, the Burbank Police Department understands members of our community will be spending more time at home. This will likely result in an increase of vehicles being parked on City streets for extended periods of time. In response, the Burbank Police Department will be suspending all enforcement related to the following parking restrictions in the City of Burbank:

• Street sweeping

• Overtime parking restrictions in residential neighborhoods

Although 72-hour violations will not be enforced during this time, if Burbank Police discover a vehicle that has been obviously abandoned, enforcement action will be at the discretion of a Traffic Bureau Supervisor.

The suspension of the above parking enforcement operations will be in effect until further notice. Please know that our response to emergency and other non-emergency calls for service has not changed, and we will continue to deliver uninterrupted police services in our community.

Published on: March 17, 2020
01:33 PM