The leading cause of garage fires is electrical malfunction.
National Burn Awareness Week is February 3-9, 2019. There are many different ways a burn injury can occur.
Voluntary Evacuations For Country Club Drive In Place beginning 5:00 A.M. on Saturday, February 2, 2019, through 4:00 P.M. on Saturday, February 2, 2019.
Download the PulsePoint Respond app today. Be a lifesaver tomorrow.
The Burbank Fire Department offers a Winter 2019 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Class to educate and prepare the public for potential emergencies.
Mandatory Evacuations Lifted and Some Voluntary Evacuations Stay in Place
Los Angeles County Public Works has upgraded today’s storm to a Phase 1 Alert. A Mandatory Evacuation will be in place for Country Club Drive above Via Montana beginning at noon today until further notice. A Voluntary Evacuation Warning is being issued beginning at noon for other areas.
Happy New Year! The Burbank Fire Department encourages the community to resolve to make your home safer this year.
Debris flows and flash floods can come with no warning. They can cause outages, disrupt transportation, damage buildings, and create landslides. Learn how to prepare now for, survive during and be safe after debris flows and flash floods.
It’s fun to decorate for the winter holidays, but decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. As you deck the halls this season, please be fire smart.
Brrr! As it gets colder, are you using your heater?
As you plan your Thanksgiving meal, make safety a priority in your kitchen! Keep your holiday dinner delicious and safe with the following tips.
The Burbank Fire Department and ABC7's Spark of Love Toy Drive will begin November 17 and end December 24.
As you age, your risk of death from fire increases significantly. Adults 65 and over are 2.5 times more likely to die in fires.
Children can easily choke on food and everyday objects. Learn simple tips to keep children safe.
Flea-borne typhus occurs in the summer and fall months in the LA area and this year there have been more cases than usual.
Children love the costumes, treats and friendly frights of Halloween. Ensure kids have a fun and safe holiday by following these recommended tips.
Are carbon monoxide (CO) alarms installed and maintained in your home?
This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.”