Residents can vote by mail or in person before Presidential Nomination Primary Day, instead of at the polling place. Any voter may vote absentee - you do not have to be absent from your precinct on Primary Day.
The City of Burnsville invites the public to review and comment on the Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) regarding the proposed Kramer Mining and Materials Inc. (KMM) 72-acre expansion of its existing quarry located in Burnsville.
The latest issue of the City's newsletter features information on upcoming events, road construction projects, elections, volunteer opportunities, rain garden workshops, on-demand bus service and more.
On-demand bus service to select Burnsville locations is now at your fingertips though the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority's MVTA Connect program. The service allows users to book a direct ride to/from specific pick-up/drop-off locations for only $3.
Adding a tree to a property can reduce energy bills, help protect water quality and add beauty. The City will once again be selling bare root trees online during its annual Arbor Day Tree Sale for Burnsville residents. Order now though April 22 at noon.