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Pending and/or Recently Approved Project List

Pending Projects - Director's Decision

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COMMUNITY MEETING AND/OR DECISION DATE 

719 Wilson Court

A request for a Hillside Development Permit to allow a 1,170.1 square foot addition to the existing residence and attached garage; a 70.32 square foot front entry porch; and 267.50 square feet of new uncovered deck area.  The subject property is in the R-1, Single Family Residenital, zone in the Hillside area.   

  • Anticipated Decision Date: February 14, 2024
  • Appeal Period Ends: February 29, 2024

Senate Bill 9 (SB 9) ZTA 

The City is working on a Zone Text Amendment (ZTA) to update Title 10, Chapter 1 (Zoning) of the Burbank Municipal Code to establish Development Standards for SB 9 - Second Single-Family Dwellings and Urban Lot Splits in the R-1 zone to ensure consistency with State Law. 

 

526 S. Sunset Canyon Dr. 

A request for a Hillside Development Permit is to demolish an existing single-family dwelling and garage, and construct a new two-story, 7,037 square-foot single family residence. The project also includes a proposed swimming pool and spa. The lot size is 24,000 square feet. The subject property is in the R-1, Single-Family Residential zone in the designated Hillside Area. 

  • Anticipated Decision Date: February 15, 2024 
  • Appeal Period End Date: March 1, 2024 

2018 W. Burbank Blvd. 

Ariel Gutierrez, on behalf of Chili John's Restaurant, has submitted a request for a Conditional Use Permit to allow for the on-site sale of beer, wine, and distilled spirits with a Type 47 alcohol license. The applicant has also applied for a 16-seat outdoor dining area along Burbank Boulevard within the public right-of-way. Interior modifications being proposed are minimal and no exterior modifications to the structure are being sought with this application. 

  • Planning Commission Meeting and Anticipated Approval Date: February 12, 2024 

3537 Viewcrest Drive 

A request for a Hillside Development Permit for the following: (1) one 10'- 0" high detached trellis structure and one 9' - 11" high attached trellis structure at the rear of the house, (2) an outdoor BBQ kitchen with a 10' - 0" high retractable shade structure, (3) a retaining wall with a maximum height of 4' - 6" with a 3' - 6" glass railing above at the rear property line, (4) a 2' - 6" high retaining wall at the front property line, (5) an exterior staircase at the east side of the property and (6) infill of the existing swimming pool. 

  • Project No. 23-0002183 
  • Project Planner: Sara Hrynik 
  • Decision Date: January 29, 2024
  • Appeal Period End Date: February 13, 2024 

2607 W. Magnolia Blvd. 

A request for an Administrative Use Permit for a proposed child daycare facility to operate in an existing 4,410 square foot commercial building. The lot size is 15,262 square feet. The subject property is in the MPC-3, Magnolia Park General Business Zone. 

  • Anticipated Decision Date: February 15, 2024 
  • Appeal Period End Date: March 1, 2024 

*** Appeal period ends at 5:00pm on the 15th calendar date following the Decision Date. Please contact Project Planner to verify actual Decision Date.

PLANNING COMMISSION / City COUNCIL

Pending Projects - Commission / City Council

PROJECT INFORMATION

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3000 Alameda Ave. (PD96-1)

The Applicant, Worthe Real Estate Group (“Applicant”), on behalf of Catalina Media Development II, LLC (“Developer”) is requesting a three-year extension (Project) to their Development Agreement (DA) related to the Planned Development No. 96-1 (PD 96-1) (Otherwise known as The Burbank Studios and formerly known as NBC/Universal Studios), in order to complete the envisioned buildout. The subject request is only to extend the term of the DA by three additional years until March 19, 2027, with no other changes proposed. If not extended, the DA will expire in March 19, 2024 and only approximately 66.4% of the total entitlement will have been developed. Pursuant to Burbank Municipal Code (BMC) Section 10-1-19112, the Applicant is therefore seeking to extend the existing DA for PD No. 96-1 for three years to allow for additional buildout of the development potential vested in the Project. During the period of the extension request no changes are proposed to the allotted square footage, development standards, or use of the existing PD.

 

  • Planning Commission Meeting and Decision Date: December 11, 2023
  • City Council Meeting and Decision Date: January 30, 2024

132 W Providencia Ave

Abigail Bartalo (Applicant), on the behalf of Carmax Auto Superstores California, LLC, has submitted a request for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and Development Review (DR) to allow an Automobile Dealer Support Facility (Carmax Support Facility) with auto service, detailing, vehicle sales and purchasing, and incidental vehicle storage (Project) at 132 West Providencia Avenue (Project Site). 

The Applicant is proposing to reconfigure the Project Site to be used as a support facility for the nearby Carmax used automobile dealer facility located approximately 0.5 miles away at 1000 S Flower Street (“Flower Street Facility”). The Project Site is intended to support the nearby Carmax facility with the following services:

  • Auto service including routine maintenance, tires, diagnostic and mileage services, etc. and minor non-mechanical reconditioning, including paint-less dent repair, scratch removal, windshield chip repair, wiper blade replacements, upholstery repair. All work will be conducted inside completely enclosed buildings. No major mechanical services, such as transmission replacement, engine replacement, frame or major body work, and/or painting will be conducted onsite. 
  • Detailing, including extensive cleaning/vacuuming of the interior and light cosmetic exterior work including waxing/polishing. 
  • Vehicle Sales, limited to the pick-up of vehicles sold to customers at the Flower Street Facility, any other Carmax Facility, or online. 
  • Vehicle Purchasing, limited to the drop-off of vehicles purchased from customers at the Flower Street Facility, any other Carmax Facility, or online. 
  • Incidental Vehicle Storage, limited to the ancillary short-term storage of vehicles which are awaiting service, reconditioning, detailing, or awaiting pick-up/drop off after a transaction. 

The Applicant proposes to demolish an existing, 1,926-square-foot office building at the property’s Providencia Avenue Frontage and to replace it with a surface parking area. The applicant proposes eight (8) parking spaces and 1,750 square feet of landscaping within this parking area, and five (5) additional parking spaces for employees in the rear of the Project Site. An existing, 3,978-square-foot commercial/industrial building, is proposed to be repurposed for vehicle servicing, and a 416-square-foot canopy structure is proposed to be constructed towards the center of the property. In addition, the applicant proposes to repave portions of the existing paving within the queuing, circulation, and staging areas, and to install an additional, approximately 5,000-square-foot landscaped area, to provide a buffer from the neighboring residential neighborhood to the south. A new infiltration basin will be created in the southeast corner of the Project Site for drainage. The proposed grading work involves 200 cubic yards of cut and 500 cubic yards of fill. The 1.40-acre property is composed of two APNs which will be merged through the Lot Line Adjustment process if the Project is approved.

  • Community Meeting Date: December 14, 2023. Please find details on City Calendar Page

  • Planning Commission Meeting and Anticipated Decision Date: January 8, 2024 

Senate Bill 9 (SB 9 ) ZTA

The City Council will consider making a recommendation to the City Council regarding  a request for a Zone Text Amendment (ZTA) to update Title 10, Chapter 1 (Zoning) of the Burbank Municipal Code to establish Development Standards for SB 9 - Second Single-Family Dwellings and Urban Lot Splits in the R-1 zone to ensure consistency with State Law.   

 
  • City Council Hearing (First Reading): February 13, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. at City Council Chambers.  

Art in Public Places (AIP) ZTA 

City Council will be holding a public hearing to consider a Zone Text Amendment to modify the City's existing development standards for art in public places codified in Section 10-1-1114 of the Burbank Municipal Code to classify post-security interior areas of the Hollywood Burbank Airport that are only accessible to ticketed passengers as qualifying locations for required public art. 

 
  • City Council Hearing (First Reading): January 23, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. at City Council Chambers.  

*** Appeal period ends at 5:00pm on the 15th calendar date following the Decision Date. Please contact Project Planner to verify actual Decision Date.

If you received a public notice and do not see the referenced project on these lists, please reach out to the Project Planner identified on the notice for more information.