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City of Burbank, Illinois
Government working together for the future
affected by the late April flooding and storms may now call or go online to
register for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management
FEMA representatives are urging people with disaster-related damages to
register as soon as possible for disaster assistance.
Residents affected by the April floods have several ways to apply:
Individuals can call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 1-800-462-7585 for the
speech-and hearing-impaired. If you use 711-relay or video relay services (VRS),
Another option is to register online at
or via web-enabled phone or tablet at
If you do not have internet access in your home, you should be able to
access the internet at the public library.
The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. EDT,
seven days a week.
In most cases, a FEMA inspector will call you within a few days of
registering to arrange a visit to your damaged home or apartment. A FEMA
inspector will always have an official badge visible during the inspection.
Request to see identification before allowing the inspector to enter your
If you qualify for FEMA assistance, you will receive a federal government
check or the funds will be directly deposited into your designated bank
account. A separate letter also will be sent to you explaining how you may
use the funds.
If you have questions about FEMA assistance, call 1-800-320-FEMA (3362). You
can also visit
www.disasterassistance.gov or www.fema.gov.
The Guys and Girls of Summer!!!!!!!
Members of the Burbank Police Department played an exhibition game against
the Chicago Comets on Sunday April 28th. The Chicago Comets are a non-for
profit competitive baseball team for the blind and visually impaired. The
Comets belong to the National Beep Baseball Association (NBBA). While BPD
was no match for these fine young men and women (Burbank PD lost 12 -1 to
the Comets); a great time was had by all who participated.
BURBANK ILLINOIS LOVE'S BOSTON
The City of Burbank would like to extend our condolences to the families who
lost loved ones during the horrific events at the Boston Marathon. The City
of Burbank stands with the citizens of Boston during this time of healing.
The citizens of Boston are in our thoughts and prayers.
Announcement from the Commonwealth Edison Company:
The City of Burbank is proud to work in conjunction with the Commonwealth
Edison Company to bring information to the citizens of Burbank faster.
Below are two new ComEd Customer Communication tools. These are both
wonderful new communication tools for our residents!
The first is an outage map that all residents can access on the the
Commonwealth Edison Company website. This is a much improved outage map that
gives specific information and outage locations.
The second is a I-Phone app. You must have a smart phone or I-phone for this
We at the City of Burbank are living up to the standard of Citizens and
Government working together for the future.
Outage Map |
to Burbank, Illinois. Mayor Harry Klein is proud to be leading a community of 28,095 into a new
of technology. Burbank was incorporated in 1970 and continues to be a great
place to raise a family and establish a
business. Join us here and feel at
Don't forget to visit our face book site, and contact us on our tip line at
The City of Burbank in
conjunction with our emergency communication center located in Oak Lawn has
teamed up to bring you this important community news. By signing up for the
Oak Lawn Emergency Communications Emergency Alert Program an emergency notification system
(serving Oak Lawn, Bridgeview, Burbank,
and Evergreen Park), enables our
communication center to provide you with critical information quickly in a
variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures,
missing persons, and evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods.