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The Burbank Bob Hope Airport Badging Office is Located on the Second Floor of main terminal complex and can be accessed using the stairs located on the right when entering the main terminal entrance.

Please park in the main parking structure.  Please bring your parking ticket with you to receive validation.

The Badging Office can be reached by calling the Badging Office Line at (818) 729-2233 or by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Address Hours of Operation
Bob Hope Airport
Airport Badging Office
2627 N. Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA 91505



Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Weekends
Holidays
8:00 a.m.-12:15p.m., 12:45 p.m.-4:30p.m.
8:00 a.m.-12:15p.m., 12:45 p.m.-4:30p.m.
8:00 a.m.-12:15p.m., 12:45 p.m.-3:00p.m.
8:00 a.m.-12:15p.m., 12:45 p.m.-4:30p.m.
8:00 a.m.-12:15p.m., 12:45 p.m.-4:30p.m.
Closed
Closed

To Report a Lost or Stolen Badge please contact the Airport Badging Office during regular business hours at (818) 729-2233 or Airport Operations outside of business hours at (818) 840-8830.

New Applicant Process Fees and Cost Schedule
Renewal Applicant Process Termination/Deactivation Process
Required Documents Authorized Signer Responsibilities

New Applicant Process

Airport Badging appointments are required for both new and renewal badge applications. It is the responsibility of your authorized signer or his/her designee to schedule the correct badging appointment on your behalf. Badging appointments can be made by authorized signers by clicking here. In an effort to make the badging process easier to understand, the following steps should be followed to ensure that all badging requirements are covered when badging a new applicant.

These steps, when followed in the proper order, will ensure that the badging process is completed accurately, correctly, and in accordance with all security rules and regulations.

When badging a new applicant, the following process should be followed:

  1. Have the new Applicant fill out the Badge Application/Renewal Form.
  2. Have the Authorized Signer/Sponsor/Employer sign the back of the badge application.
  3. Have your Authorized Signer verify that the badge application is filled out correctly and that access levels, escort privileges, driver privileges and badge color are correctly marked on the badge application.
  4. Badge Holder will bring all required IDs and documents to the initial appointment and will be fingerprinted.
  5. The Authorized signer will then schedule a badge testing appointment that coincides with the Badge color and driver privilege assigned to a Badge Holder.
  6. Badge Holder will arrive on testing date and will take the appropriate tests, and once he passes, will be issued a badge.
  7. All done! We will see you in one (1) year to renew your badge.

 

 

Renewal Applicant Process

Airport Badging appointments are required for both new and renewal badge applications. It is the responsibility of your authorized signer or his/her designee to schedule the correct badging appointment on your behalf. Badging appointments can be made by authorized signers by clicking here. In an effort to make the badging process easier to understand the following steps should be followed to ensure that all badging requirements are covered when badging a new applicant.

These steps, when followed in the proper order, will ensure that the badging process is completed accurately, correctly, and in accordance with all security rules and regulations.

When badging a new applicant the following process should be followed:

  1. Have the new Applicant fill out the Badge Application/Renewal Form.
  2. Have the Authorized Signer/Sponsor/Employer sign the back of the badge application.
  3. Have your Authorized signer verify that the badge application is filled out correctly and that access levels, escort privileges, driver privileges and badge color are correctly marked on badge application.
  4. Badge Holder will bring all required IDs and documents to the renewal appointment.
  5. The Authorized signer will then schedule a badge testing appointment that coincides with the Badge color and driver privileges assigned to Badge Holder.
  6. Badge Holder will arrive on testing date and will take the appropriate tests and once he passes will be issued a badge.
  7. All done! We will see you in 1 year to renew your badge.

All done and we will see you in 1 year to renew your badge.

 

 

Required Documents

The following Required Documents are needed for all New and Renewal Badge Appointments.

All documents must be unexpired and your legal name must match exactly on both documents. Arriving for your appointment without the proper required documents may require you to forfeit your scheduled appointment time and require you to reschedule your appointment.

Applicants must supply one document from each category. A complete list of the required I-9 Documents can be found by clicking on this link.

Category 1: Proof of Citizenship Category 2: Secondary Photo ID

•U.S. Passport

•U.S. Passport Card

•U.S. Certificate of Naturalization

•Permanent Resident Card

•Foreign Passport with I-551 Stamp or MRIV

•Employment Authorization Card

•I-94 - Document must indicate the bearer’s immigration status, the date that the status was granted, and when the status expires. The Form I-94 must have a handwritten date and status, and the Form I-94A has a computer-generated date and status.

•Passports of the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands- Citizens of these countries may present FSM or RMI passports accompanied by a Form I-94 or Form I-94A.

•Certification of Birth Abroad - Issued by the U.S. Department of State (Form FS-545 and DS-1350)

•Birth Certificate - Must be a certified copy of a birth certificate issued by a state, county, or municipal authority, must have an official seal (Birth Certificate cards will not be accepted).

*Beginning October 31, 2010, only Puerto Rico birth certificates issued on or after July 1, 2010 are valid.

•Driver’s License (Required for driving badge) - Issued by any state of the United States, and is acceptable if it contains a photograph and other identifying information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address.

•State Identification- Issued by any state of the United States, and is acceptable if it contains a photograph and other identifying information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address.

Fees and Cost Schedule

 

Fees and Costs associated with the badging process must be paid at time of the appointment. Failure to pay at time of appointment may require you to forfeit your scheduled appointment time and require you to reschedule your appointment.

Some companies and/or government agencies are exempt from the new applicant and/or renewal fees. Please contact your Authorized Signer to determine whether this exemption applies to you.

Additionally, some companies are invoiced for their badging fees rather than having the individual employee cover the new applicant and renewal fees. Please contact your Authorized Signer to determine whether or not you company covers the badging new applicant and/or renewal fees.

The following fees are applicable to the badge process here at BUR:

 

New Applicant Fingerprinting Fee $35
Renewal Applicant Fee $5
Lost Badge Fee First Offense $50
Lost CyberKey Fee $150

 

All badging fees are subject to change at the Authority’s discretion.

The Airport Badging Office will only accept cash for all badging fees. Exact cash is preferred due to limited cash on hand throughout the day. Personal checks and credit/debit cards are not accepted as a form of payment.

Termination/Deactivation Process

It is critical to airport security that the Airport Badging Office or Airport Operations is notified immediately when any badge holder’s employment has been terminated or when a badge is lost or stolen. This can be done by contacting the Airport Badging Office at (818) 729-2233. Failure to report a terminated badge can result in a Notice of Violation (NOV) and Administrative penalty.

Authorized Signer Responsibilities

As an Authorized Signer, you are responsible for ensuring that only individuals with an operational need receive Airport-issued badges. The Authorized Signer must determine that the individual applying for the Airport badge has a need to be on Airport premises. As an Authorized Signer, you are responsible for determining which level of access is required for the badge holder an which privileges are required in order for them to perform their duties at the Airport.

Authorized Signers are responsible for ensuring that the new applicant or renewal applicant follows the correct badging process in order to be issued their Airport badge. Authorized Signers are responsible for scheduling all badging appointments for their applicants.

Authorized Signers may designate a scheduler to schedule badging appointments for their applicants. However, the Authorized Signer is still required to verify and sign the applicant's badge application prior to the badge appointment. They are also required to educate the badge holder on the proper badging process in order to ensure that they are familiar with all the steps in the badging process.

As an Authorized Signer, you should be familiar with Airport-issued ID badges and the different designations/colors/endorsements and what they mean.

Authorized Signers must also determine which privileges may be required in order for the badge holder to perform their necessary functions. These privileges should only be awarded to individuals who have a need for the particular privilege and these privileges should be kept to an operational minimum. The following are Airport privileges that can be granted to a badge holder dependent on operational need:

  • Escort Authority: Allows the Badge Holder to escort individuals in restricted areas of the Airport.
  • Non-Movement Driver: Allows the Badge Holder to drive on non-movement areas of the Airport. These areas include airline ramps, access roads, and GA aprons.
  • AMA (Aircraft Movement Area): Allows the Badge Holder to drive on AMAs of the Airport. These areas include runways and taxiways.
  • Authorized Signer Authority: Allows the Badge Holder to determine operational need for other badge holders.

Authorized Signers are responsible for ensuring that all badges are terminated or deactivated immediately upon employment termination. This can be done by contacting the Airport Badging Office at (818) 729-2233. Failure to report a terminated badge can result in a Notice of Violation (NOV) and Administrative penalty. Authorized Signers will be required to communicate with the Airport Badging Office staff during audits, investigations, and complaints to ensure that the Airport remains in compliance with all security regulations. Failure to do so may result in revocation of Authorized Signer privileges and further action from the Authority.