This ice time is for Figure Skaters only. Skaters 17 & under need to have a parent / guardian or coach in the building with them at all times.
Burnsville Ice Center
This ice time offers hockey skaters the opportunity to work on their skating skills either individually or through private lessons with an instructor depending on the age of the skater. On ice supervision is required for all skaters ages 17 & under. All equipment is required for skaters 17 & under, and helmets are recommended for skaters and instructors 18 & older. Each instructor can bring up to 8 skaters. Skaters and instructors must check in at the main office and pay before taking the ice. Please check the Developmental Hockey page on our website for additional information.
Skating Aid Rentals (Pushers): $3
*Outside skating aids of any kind are not allowed*
These sessions are for hockey skaters of any age to come and skate with sticks & pucks! Come work on your skating skills, drills & stick handling. All equipment is required for any skater 17 & under. Helmets are required for any skater 18 & older. Scrimmages, games, & lessons of any kind are not allowed at any time. Pushers or skating aids are not allowed on the ice during these sessions. We will allow up to 35 skaters on the ice for Stick and Puck.
Adult Open Hockey is for skaters 18 and older only. We accept the first 30 skaters and 3 goalies on a first come first served in person basis. Helmets are required, and all other gear is recommended.
Every ten years, we amend our wellhead protection plan for our drinking water supply wells.This initiative is required by state law. Our water is still safe, this plan is to ensure that.
The section of the plan we’re discussing includes:
• Defining the wellhead protection area
• Drinking water supply management area boundary
• Well and drinking water supply management area vulnerability assessment
What does this mean for residents? This plan outlines where our water comes from and shares what we are doing to protect the groundwater in these areas.
Join us for an informational meeting - we’ll discuss challenges and concern residents may have.
Experience the coolest festival in Burnsville Feb. 11 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at North River Hills Park! Celebrate winter with us with all kinds of family-friendly outdoor activities, horse and carriage rides, ice bowling, music, sledding and skating!
Recreation staff will be popping out to select parks this winter, bringing games and activities to you for free! No registration required – just stop by for some fun. Activities geared toward kids ages 5-12.
Meetings are held in-person and virtually. To watch the meeting remotely: Tune into Comcast cable channels 16 or 859 or watch at www.burnsvillemn.gov/meetings. To speak virtually in the meeting: Join from a computer, tablet or smartphone at [link] or join by phone by calling 651-372-8299 (use webinar ID: [xyz])
Meetings are held in-person and virtually. To watch the meeting remotely: Tune into Comcast cable channels 16 or 859 or watch at www.burnsvillemn.gov/meetings.
To speak virtually in the meeting: Join from a computer, tablet or smartphone at [link] or join by phone by calling 651-372-8299 (use webinar ID: [xyz])
To speak virtually in the meeting: Join from a computer, tablet or smart phone at https://burnsvillemn-gov.zoom.us/j/86079156193 or join by phone by calling 651-372-8299 (use webinar ID: 860 7915 6193)
Learn the alphabet while on a hike and learning about winter too! On your hike, we'll play games and work on activities to help kids learn their ABC's, motor skills and more. Families with children ages 3-6 are welcome.