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City of Burbank, Illinois
Government working together for the future
Mayor Dan Foy will implement the heat emergency plan when weather conditions are such
that the heat index may be 100 degrees or greater.
The Stickney Township Senior Center, located at 7745 S. Leamington
(708-636-8850) will be the primary cooling center location. In
addition, the Stickney Township Office on Aging will provide Burbank Fire
and Police personnel with a list of homebound or at risk individuals that
will be checked periodically by firefighters and police.
If you would like to be included on this list, contact the Senior Center.
Residents are encouraged to check on relatives or friends who may be at risk
or in need of additional services due to extreme heat temperatures.
Hot Weather Prevention Tips:
Avoid going out in the blazing heat, if possible, especially during the
sun's peak hours around mid-day.
Drink lots of water and natural juices; avoid alcoholic beverages, coffee
Keep shades drawn and blinds closed, but windows slightly open.
Keep electric lights off or turned down.
Take cool baths or showers; use cool towels.
Stay in air conditioning at home or at a cooling center.
Wear loose, light cotton clothing.
Do not eat heavy meals; avoid using cooking ovens.
Slow down. Avoid or minimize physical exertion.
Do not let anyone sit in a hot car, even for a few minutes.
Check on family members, friends and neighbors. Offer and deliver assistance
to them. If you or anyone you know needs emergency medical attention, call 911.
Weather Alerts National Weather Center
The Burbank vehicle
stickers will expire on April 30th annually. Applications for renewal
stickers are mailed out Mid April each year.
City of Burbank renewal stickers can be purchased at the Clerk’s office in
City Hall during scheduled office hours. To avoid standing in line,
applications sent through the mail are handled promptly and will save you
time. PLEASE do not come in without your form filled out. The City pays for
these forms to be mailed to you. If you don’t receive a form within a week
after they are mailed out, please come in and we do have blank forms.
The City of
Burbank in partnership with our local businesses are
CURRENTLY TAKING NEW SPONSORSHIPS-Community Rewards Coupon program! Click
the Link to view!
Gas is reminding customers that representatives from our company always
carry proper identification and never ask customers for cash or personal
With door-to-door scams, someone impersonating a utility worker will visit a
customer's home looking to get personal information or account information,
and sometimes attempting to get in their home.
Customers can avoid being scammed by taking a few precautions:
- Never provide social security or personal information to anyone initiating
contact with you claiming to be a Nicor Gas representative or requesting you
send money to another person or entity other than Nicor Gas.
- Always ask to see a company photo ID before allowing any utility worker in
your home or business.
- When in doubt, check it out. Be skeptical of individuals wearing clothing
with old or defaced company logos. If you have any doubts, ask to see a
company ID. Residents can contact Nicor Gas Customer Care at 888-642-6748
(888-Nicor4U) to confirm that the person at their door is a Nicor Gas
- Never make payment for services to anyone coming to the door.
Some of our customers in this area still have meters inside their basements;
as such, access to the gas meter is done in the presence of an adult at the
home. These gas meter reads are not necessarily done by appointment – Nicor
Gas employees will walk a route and call on these customers as they walk
these routes by knocking/ringing at their door.
Help Protect Basic Services and Quality of Life in Your Community
www.ProtectMyTown.com and voice your position
The Illinois Legislature and Governor Rauner are considering taking local
revenue to patch the state’s budget holes at the expense of Illinois’ cities
This local revenue funds basic services like police and fire protection,
road repairs and maintenance, garbage collection, infrastructure projects,
and snowplowing. If the state proposal becomes a reality, the City of
Burbank would lose approximately $1,500,000.00 annually.
Our community is opposed to raising taxes or eliminating essential services
or vital public works projects to make up for the lost revenue.
You Can Help:
• Tell Springfield that they can’t fix their problem by
shifting the burden onto local communities.
to send a letter to your legislators and Governor Rauner urging them not to
take our tax dollars.
Police Department and the FTC
Commission) want you to know:
thousands of people lose money to telephone scams — from a few dollars to
their life savings. Scammers will say anything to cheat people out of money.
Some seem very friendly — calling you by your first name, making small talk,
and asking about your family. They may claim to work for a company you
trust, or they may send mail or place ads to convince you to call them.
If you get a call from someone you don’t know who is trying to sell you
something you hadn’t planned to buy, say "No thanks." And, if they pressure
you about giving up personal information — like your credit card or Social
Security number — it’s likely a scam. Hang up and report it to the Federal
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City Council/Committee Schedule
Meeting's begin 7:30 P.M.
6530 W 79th Street on the second floor.
Meeting Minutes are posted on the
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 |
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.
to Burbank, Illinois. Mayor Dan Foy
is proud to be leading a community of 28,095 into a new era
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