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Burbank Parks and Recreation
When the ballfields were built at Olive Park in the 1940s, the Burbank Parks and Recreation Department offered baseball for boys and men. Now there are hundreds of teams in the boys', girls', men's and women's baseball/softball leagues. Burbank's 22 parks provide plenty of playing fields, tennis and basketball courts, and tree-shaded lawns. Always receptive to the needs of the residents, the City has expanded opportunities to include a roller hockey rink, skateboarding facilities, soccer fields, swimming pools, and senior activity centers.