Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
As news of COVID-19 progresses rapidly across the country and in Minnesota, the City has been monitoring the situation. As the pandemic continues we have decided to make operational changes including temporary facility closures and event cancellations.
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Love to Garden? Adopt a planter at the entry sign to your favorite park! The City will provide you with flowers, you provide the gardeners.
The Spring issue of the City's newsletter features information on vote-by-mail options, irrigation controller rebate program, COVID-19 business resources, the annual environmental guide, waterway protections, property maintenance tips and more.
Residents should have received an invitation in the mail in March to fill out their census information online. This invite has your home’s personal identification code that will be needed to start the response process. No worries if you did not ...
As news of COVID-19 progresses rapidly across the country and in Minnesota, the City has been monitoring the situation. We place a high value on providing quality public service, but as the pandemic continues we have decided to make operational changes.
Whether you’re at home or social distancing on one of Burnsville’s numerous trails we are here to bring fun your way! Recreation staff are planning a variety of activities you can do from home or safely out in the community.
In order to comply with recent recommendations regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Burnsville Police Department has temporarily removed the prescription drug drop box. Please safely store your medications until the dropbox has re-opened.
To schedule an appoint contact Karen Schaffhausen, Dakota County Business Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-706-3926.