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Burbank and Chicago Southland website offers visitors outstanding
restaurants, shopping, and lodging, plus a variety of meeting and convention
Major attractions in the Chicago Southland provide the best in music,
culture, and sports, and with the metropolitan area's largest concentration
of recreational forest preserves and an array of golf courses for every
skill level, the Chicago Southland is perfect for active lifestyles.
City of Burbank, Illinois
Government working together for the future
The City of Burbank regrets to
report the passing of Retired Burbank Fire Department Battalion Chief David
David E. "Killer" Gilgenberg,
Vietnam War Marine Veteran. Recipient of the Purple Heart. Beloved husband
of Caroline (nee Klang). Loving father of Becky (Dale) Smith and David II
(Liz) Gilgenberg. Devoted grandfather of Mc Kayla, Emily, Savannah, David
III and Caden. Fond brother of Allen Gilgenberg. Dave served the citizens of
Burbank for 38 years before retiring.
Visitation Thursday 1:00 P.M. to
9:00 P.M. Funeral service Friday 10:30 A.M. at Lawn Funeral Home 7909 State
Road (5500 West) Burbank, Illinois 60459. Interment Bethania Cemetery.
Funeral info 708-636-2320.
City of Burbank
October 10, 2014
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is planning
to excavate over 5,000 cubic yards of sediment/soil material from the
Melvina Ditch Reservoir located on 87th Street in Burbank. This project will
provide millions of gallons of additional storm water storage and aid in
reducing local flooding. The project will involve re-grading the bottom of
the reservoir and offsite disposal of the spoil material. After the material
is removed, the disturbed area will be stabilized with a grass blanket.
During removal of the spoil material, trucks will be entering and exiting
the reservoir from 87th Street for hauling, with an estimated 500 truckloads
needed to remove the excavated soil. A traffic control plan is being
prepared with assistance from the Cook County Department of Transportation
and Highways and extended work-hours (dawn to dusk, including weekends) will
be employed to remove this material as quickly as possible. The District is
currently performing testing on the material to be removed and will proceed
with the work once proper disposal procedures are defined.
In addition, the District is working to develop plans for expanding the
Melvina Ditch Reservoir. System-wide improvements, throughout the Melvina
Ditch watershed, will also be evaluated for long-term flooding solutions in
Burbank and neighboring communities.
* * FLOOD
ASSISTANCE UPDATE * *
On October 6, 2014, the City of Burbank was notified by the Cook County
Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) of the
following with regard to the flood on August 22, 2014: We did not sustain
enough damages throughout the entire County to declare a disaster and
request financial assistance through either the Public Assistance (PA) or
Individual Assistance (IA) program.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) uses a formula to calculate
losses and it determined that aggregate losses did not meet the threshold
requirements. Burbank, however, will continue to seek other avenues to try
and bring some degree of financial relief to flood victims.
This is a formal public announcement that on August 25, 2014, installation
of the red light safety enforcement camera systems began.
Construction on this
project was completed September 3, 2014. Please be advised that our Go
Live date is September 27, 2014 and that any violation of the Burbank
City Ordinance regarding Automated Traffic Law Enforcement Systems will be
The locations are as
Cicero Ave at 87th Street.
Cicero Ave at 79th Street.
Street at Cicero Ave.
For more information
regarding the City of Burbank's Ordinance for Automated traffic law
enforcement systems 15-180 Thru 15-192
Chief Richard Shore
Burbank Police Department
5650 W. 75th Place,
Burbank, IL 60459
City Council/Committee Schedule
Meeting's begin 7:30 P.M.
6530 W 79th Street on the second floor.
Meeting Minuets are posted on the city clerks page.
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.