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Renters’ Guide to Burbank

Burbank is a large suburban city in Southern California, just 12 miles northwest of Los Angeles, 25 miles northeast of Santa Monica, and 15 miles north of Beverly Hills.

The easternmost city in the San Fernando Valley, Burbank has rapidly transformed over the last century from a ranching and farming community to what is now often referred to as “The Media Capital of the World.”

Aside from the beautiful scenery, the weather in Burbank is one of the city’s best aspects, as its subtropical Mediterranean climate provides mild winters and warm summers, and also gives residents over 285 days of sun a year.

Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA Demographics

  • Total Population105,865
  • Female 50,707
    Male 55,158
  • Median Age38.9

Cost of Living in Burbank, CA

The Metro runs both Metrolink and Amtrak for public transportation service throughout Los Angeles county, including stops in Burbank. Area commuters can use public transport to get to Downtown Los Angeles, or use the Burbank Bus to travel in and around Burbank. One-way passes for public transport in Burbank cost about $1.75 on average.

The average cost of a meal in Burbank for two at a mid-range restaurant is about $60, and ranges anywhere from $50-$75 depending on the place.

When it comes to home necessities the average cost of utilities in Burbank is about $125, slightly above the state average for electricity, heating, and water.

Average Rent in Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA

  • Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA Average Rental Price, November 2019 $2,431 /mo

    Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

    • $1,001-$1,5005%
    • $1,501-$2,00030%
    • > $2,00065%

    Living in Burbank, CA

    There are many reasons people enjoy living here, and some of the major pros to living in Burbank are that it’s a safe, low crime area with highly-rated school districts and hospitals. Many residents also enjoy the small-town feel of Burbank, even though it’s only a few minutes away from some of the most popular clubs and restaurants in Hollywood.

    While there are very few cons to living in Burbank, with over 100,000 people that work here every day, the city can get very congested and hard to get around during certain times of the day. But with a buzzing downtown scene, and such close access to Downtown LA via public transport or a ride-sharing service, this inconvenience is easily overcome for most.

    Things to do in Burbank

    The city of Burbank is a happening place with a live downtown scene, giving visitors a unique mix of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. The downtown area includes several upscale restaurants, with some of the most popular including Granville, Don Cuco, and Commonwealth Restaurant. Shoppers also consider Burbank to be a bit of a paradise with tons of high-end shopping options, including The Burbank Town Center, the San Fernando Strip, and the Downtown Burbank Mall. And to catch a movie, cinephiles can head to the Burbank AMC.

    For those with kids or those looking for something to do in Burbank without spending money, the city has several beautiful parks, with the most notable being Brace Canyon Park and WIldwood Canyon Park. Brace Canyon Park has playgrounds, softball diamonds, tennis courts, and even a unique zip-line, while Wildwood Canyon Park offers some of the best views the state of California has to offer.

    The Starlight Bowl is also a popular spot in Burbank for families, as it hosts a summer concert series every year, including a July 4th concert with spectacular fireworks. It’s a great place to have a picnic with the kids while enjoying some music and fun in the sun. And since the city is home to multiple television and movie studios, a tour is another popular entertainment option in Burbank. Some of the most well-known places to go include tours of the Walt Disney Studios and the Warner Bros. Studios.

    Sports fans in Burbank are also in luck, as they can take a quick 10-minute ride to Los Angeles to see the LA Lakers and Clippers of the NBA, Chargers and Rams of the NFL, Kings of the NHL, and Galaxy of the MLS.

    Employment and Economy

    The economy of Burbank is a bustling one—more people work in the city every day than actually live there. The main industry of employment here is the entertainment sector, as many of the biggest Hollywood studios have their headquarters in Burbank, including The Walt Disney Company, ABC, NBC Universal, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Nickelodeon Animation Studios, and many more.

    Overall, Burbank’s entertainment, media, Internet, and telecommunications sectors generate billions in revenue every year and account for over half of the jobs in Burbank.

    Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA Households

    • Total Number of Households41,933
    • Family 25,482
      Non-family 16,452
    • Children 11,212
      No Children 30,721
    • Average People Per Household2.53
    • Median Household Income$72,681
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,658

    Education in Burbank

    Burbank is served by the Burbank Unified School District, a highly distinguished district. The area is home to several noteworthy schools, including Luther Burbank Middle School and Burbank Middle School, and also has three schools that have received either gold, silver, or bronze medals in the U.S. News Best High School rankings. The area is also served by the Burbank Public Library.

    As far as options for further education in Burbank, the largest college in the Burbank is Woodbury University, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture, business, and computer design.

    Burbank, Los Angeles County, CA Education Statistics

    • No High School4%
    • Some High School24%
    • Some College27%
    • Associate Degree9%
    • Bachelor Degree26%
    • Graduate Degree11%

    Tips for Renting in Burbank

    Burbank renters’ rights are under the jurisdiction of California state law. Most tenant laws here comply with federal tenant laws; however, California does have some differing laws pertaining to tenantability. In California, if a major repair is left neglected, a tenant has the right to repair or pay to repair the issue and that amount can ultimately be deducted from that month’s rent.

    California state law also requires tenants to be given a 30-days’ notice for being asked to move, as long as the lease has not been violated. This notice is pushed to 60 days when the tenant has been living on the property for more than one year.

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