The Burnsville Fire Department is hosting a discussion on impacts of the nationwide opioid crisis. The event will include expert testimony, information on how emergency personnel respond, treatment options and resources for combatting the crisis locally.
Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Sign up for text, email and other alerts about emergencies and important community news through the Dakota Communications Center's Emergency Alert Program.
Now is the time to start making your summer plans at Birnamwood. League registration is now open and ready for your team!
Adding a tree to a property can reduce energy bills, help protect water quality and add beauty. The City sells bare root trees at its annual Arbor Day Tree Sale.
New this year – trees will be sold via online pre-order ONLY. There will be no day-of sales.
Cliff Road is scheduled to be closed between River Hills Drive West and Highway 13 starting Saturday, April 27 at 7 a.m. The closure is expected to last 24 hours.
Join the City of Burnsville in reducing water consumption and energy usage. We need your help to make our city “Water Wise.” Take the Water Conservation Pledge before April 30 to be entered to win great prizes!
Whether you’re a DIYer, or hiring a contractor, this workshop will provide information to help set expectations on projects such as home & basement remodels; windows and insulation; and basic plumbing, electrical, HVAC and building code requirements.
The spring edition of the City's newsletter features information on upcoming events, City Advisory Commissions, the Ames Center's 10 year celebration, the 2019 environmental guide, water conservation, the Police Chief's retirement and more.
Celebrate National Public Works Week and explore City vehicles at Burnsville's first Public Works Open House!
This free event will showcase a comprehensive collection of services available to older adults and caregivers.
Thinking about signing your kids up for Kids of Summer or Camp Explore? Parents, caregivers and kids are invited to check out facilities, meet staff and talk to other parents. Programs will be held at Cliff Fen, Nicollet Commons and Vista View Parks.
Play dodgeball in the dark! This new program will light up the Eagle Ridge Middle School gym in Savage with multiple games involving glowing dodgeballs.
Get up and go with a variety of sports, programs, activities and events for all ages. The Recreation Times magazine outlines spring and summer opportunities.
After three decades of giving his heart and soul to one police department,Burnsville’s sixth Police Chief, Eric Gieseke, will retire from the Police Department. Read about his career and accomplishments in the Spring issue of the Burnsville Bulletin.
The public can safely and anonymously dispose of prescription, over-the-counter and pet medications 24 hours a day, seven days a week at a drop-box in the Burnsville Police Department lobby.
State law requires that all cities and counties in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area adopt a Comprehensive Plan. These plans provide a road map for communities looking 20 years into the future.
The City of Burnsville has created a DRA...
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