Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Get the up-to-date on what's happening in the City. The winter newsletter includes building a community of belonging, the budget roadmap, working to keep businesses in the Burnsville and so much more!
Join us for Polar Fest at Neill Park on Saturday, Feb. 13, for an afternoon of drop-in fun! Dress for the weather and bring the whole family.
When firefighters are digging, time keeps ticking. During a fire, every second counts. Lend a hand by adopting a hydrant near you. Clear a radius of three feet around the hydrant and shovel a path to the road. Thank you for being a good neighbor!
We believe that public service matters and it is an honor to serve our community. We faced the unexpected challenges of 2020 with a commitment to excellence, kindness and adaptability. Explore Focus on Burnsville to learn more about this year's efforts.
When the temperature drops water lines can be at risk for freezing. Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take to prevent this costly headache.
Get out and play, true Minnesotan-style, with outdoor softball! Registration is now open so round up your team and hit it out of the park with a little winter fun. Games expected to start Jan. 31.
Join Minnesota Trout Unlimited at Lac Lavon Lake where they will teach youth anglers the art of ice fishing. Four available dates, choose one or all, and have some winter angling fun.
Winter fun, fun, fun! Play Winter Nature Bingo when exploring Burnsville Parks and Trails. There are no prizes for this activity, just some outdoor fun!Stay safe, have fun and share your adventures with us on Facebook or Twitter with #YouBelonginBville!
Finish your winter with this new, fun outdoor adult softball league! Registration is underway! Games expected to start in late January and run until early March.
Outdoor ice rinks are now ready to welcome skaters. Please dress for the weather. There are outdoor benches and lighting options available, plus we now have three warming houses open and staffed on scheduled hours.
Learn about the Burnsville Police Department and how they work to make a difference in the community.
To schedule an appoint contact Karen Schaffhausen, Dakota County Business Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-706-3926.