I have lived in the city of Burbank for more than two years now. When I visited city offices to put in planning permits for my house, I was pleasantly surprised by how clean and new the bathrooms there were. The same cannot be said for most of the restrooms we use at the parks in Burbank.
To put it plainly, most are an absolute disgrace. Case in point: George Izzay Park. My 4-year-old son had to go, let’s say, urgently. No doors on any cubicles, tiles fallen off due to neglect and, worst of all, no soap.
I have written before to parks officials about lack of soap in McCambridge Park. About two years ago, they reluctantly installed a soap dispenser. Their excuse for not installing? Vandalism.