Country Club Drive Burbank, CA
Country Club DriveBurbank, CA



Downtown Burbank

Just down the hill from Country Club Drive, Downtown Burbank is always hosting fun and exciting events. It is also home to many fabulous bars, restaurants, and shops. For more info, please visit:

Burbank Farmers Market
For certified California produce, flowers, organic cheeses and specialty breads, check out the Burbank Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM. Get there early to browse the widest selection of fruits, vegetables and other fare arriving fresh from local farms! At N Glenoaks Boulevard and E Olive Avenue in Downtown Burbank. 


If you live on Country Club Drive, please send us anything that you would like posted on this website, including local events, functions, gatherings, or concerns.


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Country Club Drive homeowners participate in the Neighborhood Watch Program. For more information, contact the Community Resource Officer at (818) 238-3235.

If you see any suspicious activities or individuals on the street, please do not hesitate to call Burbank Police at (818) 787-6520, or dial 911, immediately.



Country Club Drive residents enjoy the finest public schools California has to offer. Here is how they perform:






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ALERT: Bear Sightings


On the night of May 11, 2017 at approximately 8:00 PM, a Burbank couple visiting the canyon for a leisurely walk were startled by the sight of a large black bear at the 1000 block of Country Club Drive. They called 911, and Burbank Police dispatched an air ship with the night-sun light to look for the animal. After the helicopter left, a resident spotted what appeared to be a cub grabbing trash, then proceeding up the hill. A few minutes later, a larger bear began digging through their neighbor's trash. Police were once again called. This time, officers in a police vehicle spotted the large bear, and rang their siren in an attempt to scare the animal back up the mountain.


These may be the same bears seen about two weeks ago a few miles away across the mountain in Glendale.


Further sightings where reported the next day (May 12)  in the same general vicinity. Story developing.


Please report sightings to Burbank Police, and follow bear safety recommendations.




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