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6530 W. 79th Street
Burbank, IL 60459(708) 599-7766 CO1(708) 424-3325

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The City of Burbank's Emergency Services and Disaster Agency (ESDA) is an extension of the City of Burbank Fire Department. Its mission is to provide assistance to the fire and police departments and to the citizens of Burbank in times of critical need or disaster. This assistance comes in many requests. They can range from evacuation from flooding to general safety and preparedness training.

The Burbank ESDA meets twice a month on the second and third Tuesday at 7:30 pm in the lower level of the Burbank City Hall.

The Burbank ESDA is comprised of members that are trained in various areas of emergency response procedures. These include, CPR/First Aid and Incident Command. In addition, they are also trained in Severe Weather Spotting and reporting procedures and have a general knowledge of selected Fire and Police response procedures. All members are Paid On Call (POC) responders.

The Burbank ESDA supports both the Burbank Fire Department and the Burbank Police Department with a variety of activities. These range from securing an area from a down power line to providing additional security activities during a special event.

In addition to its primary role as a first responding support agency, the Burbank ESDA also provides services to the following community groups and agencies:
• Stickney Township. The Burbank ESDA is a member of the All Hazards Planning Committee. Support is also provided for special events
• School District 111. Provide support for emergency planning, drill participation and special events
• Reavis High School District 220. Provide support for emergency planning, drill participation and special events.
• Burbank Park District. Special event planning and support.
• St. Laurence High School/Queen of Peace High School and St. Albert the Great School and Church. Special event planning and support.

The Burbank Emergency Services is always looking for new members. If you are interested in joining the organization, please stop by during our monthly meetings and request an application.
 

 

 

 


 

Deputy Director Earl Herman is a long time resident of Burbank and a graduate of Reavis High School. Upon completing his military career, he returned to Burbank and began his family life.

Director Herman joined the Burbank Emergency Services in March of 2002 as a member. He has held the positions of Warnings and Communications Officer and Assistant Deputy Director. Earl’s experienced background covers certifications in the areas of Emergency Management and Response through the Federal Emergency Management Agencies Emergency Management Institute. In addition, he has participated in programs offered by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Domestic Preparedness in the All Hazard Type III Communications Leader Couse as well as the National Incident Management System (NIMS). Director Herman is certified as a Severe Weather Spotter.
 

 

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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