The question of permitting and regulating artificial turf on residential front lawns will be taken up by the City Council on Tuesday.
Ridership on the BurbankBus route between the North Hollywood Metro Station and Bob Hope Airport has increased steadily since June, when the service began running throughout the day rather than only at peak hours.
Applications are available for local residents to run for one of six open seats on the Crescenta Valley Town Council.
A streamlined hit-and-run program aimed at speeding up the effort to identify and arrest suspects is in the works per direction from the Glendale City Council on Tuesday.
More than 700 retired city employees will soon no longer have their insurance policies subsidized, a move that will potentially save Glendale hundreds of millions of dollars.
The potential construction of a senior housing facility took a step forward Tuesday after officials formally asked for design proposals for the project on city-owned land in northwest Glendale.
City staffers are starting to weigh input from residents on how to spend $16 million for local parks improvements.
A longtime mural restorer who helped lift the mural ban in Los Angeles talked about the experience at the Brand Library & Art Center Thursday night and offered advice on how Glendale could grow its collection of art in public spaces.
This year’s Rose Parade on New Year’s Day rolled through Pasadena without a Glendale entry for the first time in a century.
A few dozen Glendale residents came to R.D White Elementary School on Saturday to learn more about and weigh in on the city’s proposed Space 134 project, a 30-acre park under consideration that would be built over the Ventura (134) Freeway.
A bill that would have expanded access to carpool lanes along the Ventura (134) Freeway through Glendale and other neighboring cities during off-peak hours was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday.
A new $12-million agreement with Dallas, Texas-based MV Transportation Inc. means new, compressed-natural-gas buses to shuttle passengers between Bob Hope Airport’s parking lots and terminal building, but without the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority taking on the capital expense...
Glendale may only be getting a fraction of its annual federal allocation to create new affordable housing units, according to city officials.
Homelessness in Glendale has dropped by 35%, attributed to the lack of an annual winter shelter and an increase in housing for extremely poor residents.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday, introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Glendale), that will create a “Revocable Transfer on Death Deed,” which could save millions of households from paying probate and attorney’s fees.
New affordable housing units for veterans will be ready next month while the City Council is slated to initiate a search for the builder of a long-awaited senior housing project.
The Scholl Canyon Landfill is where most of the city’s trash goes, but it could one day also be where it gets some of its electricity.
A spiraling labyrinth has emerged outside City Hall, creating a contemplative scene for visitors and government employees, but one that also serves as a stark reminder of the drought.
A 1-mile stretch of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta is poised for a new median in an aim to beautify a commercial stretch of the community.
Visitors to the upper floors of the Glendale Marketplace’s parking lot will see row upon row of parking spaces occupied by brand-new Kias and BMWs , a sight that’s far from a coincidence.
Tuesday’s rain may offer a welcome relief from the hot and dry weather, but with wet days few and far between, many Burbank residents and city officials are concerned about the drought’s impacts on trees.
The applicant of a rejected mixed-use project just outside of downtown Glendale won’t be seeking an appeal, but plans to work on getting another kind of building — one that could be larger — approved down the road.
Heading into its third year, an agreement that made Bob Hope the official airport of the Rose Bowl Stadium and UCLA Athletics has raised awareness of the Burbank airfield, but officials aren’t sure how that translates into its recent passenger increases.
Although Glendale has been meeting its water-conservation goals mandated by the state, a handful of utility customers are still overconsuming, some city officials say, and now they could receive fines for up to $500.