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Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Smoke alarms need to be installed in every bedroom and on every level of your home. Carbon monoxide detectors need to be installed on every floor of the home and within 10 feet of sleeping areas.
Join our Behavioral Health and Community Risk Reduction teams to talk about ways to proactively care for yourself. Enjoy some snacks and learn about sleep, connectedness and more at this free event: Sept. 21, 6 p.m., City Hall.
No bones about it – you and your pup will be howling with joy at this dog-friendly Yappy Hour Sept. 23 from 3 - 5:30 p.m. at Alimagnet Park. This event will be full of dog-themed vendors, food trucks, giveaways and furry friends.
Boys and ghouls of all ages are invited to an illuminated trick-or-treat trail with music, entertainment and of course candy on Friday, Oct. 27! Costumes are highly encouraged.
Join our Police team for crafts, games, snacks and great conversation on Sunday, Oct. 8 from 1 - 4 p.m. at Cliff Fen Park! Faith & Blue is a national initiative facilitating safer communities through the connections of faith-based organizations.
Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer, or planning to hire a licensed contractor, this workshop will provide tips, tricks and information to help set expectations on home projects. Attendees will be eligible for a $25 discount on their next building permit.
Heads up drivers! We're saying goodbye to the railroad tracks on 150th Street. 150th Street will be closed from County Road 5 to Judicial Road beginning Sept. 18 through Sept. 22.
In August, we focused on emergency planning and training, had a blast at Night to Unite parties, hosted the Gay Softball World Series and honored Officer Riviere as a DWI All-Star.
We’re looking for community members interested in being part of a team that prioritizes the quality of our local water to join the Black Dog Watershed Management Commission. If that's you - check out our opportunity and apply by Oct. 9.
Dakota County residents are invited to drop off a variety of unwanted items to be properly disposed and sensitive documents needed to be shredded during the annual Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day and Shredding Event.
Everything Burnsville is now at your fingertips! Discover upcoming community events, report concerns like a streetlight outage or pay your water bill. New to the City? Check out the Neighborhood Info button and so much more! Download from your app store.
Bring on fall with pumpkins and puppy costumes at Howl-O-Ween in partnership with People of Alimagnet Caring for K9s (PACK) Oct. 28. We'll have a puppy parade through a haunted forest, "Trick for Treats" station, pet-themed vendors and a costume contest.
Skate around to the Monster Mash and your favorite Halloween tunes, trick-or-treat around the Ice Center and get your name into prize drawings while having a spook-tacular time on Oct. 29 at the Ice Center!