Recent change to absentee voting: On Oct. 29, the 8th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals determined that absentee ballots must be received by Election Day (Nov. 3) in order to be counted. This is a change from previous communications. Absentee ballots will ...
Instead of throwing Mr. Jack-o-Lantern in the trash, drop off your pumpkins at Dakota Valley Recycling's annual pumpkin composting event. Free collection bins will be available Nov. 7 and 8 at the Burnsville Maintenance Facility, 13713 Frontier Court.
The Dakota County CARES grant program has been extended through Nov. 6. If COVID-19 has impacted your for-profit business, home-based business or non-profit organization, help is available.
Interested in exploring landscaping ideas that are low-maintenance and environmentally friendly? Join expert installer John Stelzner for an online workshop on how to transform your yard with native plants.
The 2020 Fire Department Open House looks a little different this year. Join us for a virtual tour, fire safety tips from your Burnsville firefighters and more.
The Fall issue of the City's newsletter includes a special Recreation Times insert, plus information on voting, the City budget, Placemaking at Fire Station No. 1 and more.