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Complete Streets Plan

About the Complete Streets Plan

The Citywide Complete Our Streets Plan strives to fulfill the City's Burbank2035 General Plan by creating an actionable long-range transportation planning document for the community. The Plan identifies goals, policies, guidelines, and develop an implementation plan for future projects. The Plan identifies benchmarks for new ways in which the City of Burbank can improve safety, mobility, sustainability, health, transportation equity, connectivity, and economic vitality to build better neighborhoods and develop responsibly in the future.

The term "complete street" refers to a transportation facility that is planned, designed, operated, and maintained to provide safe mobility for all types of users, including bicyclists, pedestrians, transit vehicles, truckers, motorists, and equestrians The goal is to improve safety for all modes of travel and for all users, ages, abilities, and disabilities.

Plan Documents

The Citywide Complete Streets Plan was adopted by the City Council on June 16, 2020. 

Please visit the project website for more information: 

The Plans and Projects page includes Complete Streets projects that are in various stages of development and implementation.

City Council Public Hearing to Adopt Plan

On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, City Council held a Public Hearing and adopted the Burbank Citywide Complete Streets Plan. Council also approved three early-action priority projects to move forward into the next phase for implementation.

City Council Study Session #2

On Tuesday, April 28, 2019, staff presented to City Council at a second Study Session to provide an overview of the Complete Streets Plan's proposed policies and projects.

City Boards & Commissions Meetings (February - May 2020)

Staff presented at several Boards and Commission meetings. Please see below for the list and relevant links.

2nd Round of Community Events (October - November 2019)

Staff is currently in the process of conducting three more community events: 1) Downtown Farmers Market on October 5, 2019 from 8 am - 12 pm; 2) Bud Ovrom Park Event on October 26, 2019 from 11 am - 3 pm; and 3) Magnolia Park's Holiday in the Park on November 22, 2019 from 5 pm - 9 pm. At these three events, staff will be presenting preliminary recommendations that are being proposed for the Complete Streets Plan. Staff anticipates presenting to City Council at a Study Session in January 2020 with consideration to adopt the Plan in February 2020.

Stakeholder Interviews

In June 2019, staff held one-on-one stakeholder interviews with a variety of community organizations.

City Council Study Session #1 

On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, staff presented to City Council at a Study Session to provide an update on the progress of the project and to gain further input from the community and Council Members.

1st Round of Community Events (April - May 2019)

Staff conducted four community events for the 1st round of events: 1) Downtown Farmers Market Walk & Bike Tour on April 13, 2019; 2) Magnolia Park Ladies & Gents Night Out on April 26, 2019; 3) Media District Open House at Buena Vista Library on May 13, 2019; and 4) Downtown Burbank Arts Festival on May 18, 2019. At these four events, community members provided input on what they envision and would like to see as part of the Complete Streets Plan.

City Council Grant Acceptance

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, City Council adopted a resolution to accept state grant funds from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Sustainable Communities Grant for a City of Burbank Complete Streets Plan.

Contact Information

For more information please call the main Transportation number at (818) 238-5290 or email [email protected]