After each snowfall, there are a few hydrants in Burnsville that become a little hard to find. Help Burnsville's firefighters access hydrants by "adopting" one in your neighborhood and keep the area around it shoveled.
Sign up for text, email and other alerts about emergencies and important community news through the Dakota Communications Center's Emergency Alert Program.
The City of Burnsville is conducting a traffic study of a portion of County Road 42 and the area around the Burnsville Center to help determine improvements that may be needed if the Burnsville Center Village Redevelopment Vision becomes a reality.
Baby, it’s cold outside – but that’s no excuse to stay cooped up indoors. Polar Fest will include outdoor fun for everyone, including carriage rides, food trucks, sledding, skating, hockey and softball games, snow painting and more. Admission is FREE!
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 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.
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.
It’s tiki time! This fun event for folks 62 and older will feature musical entertainment from Coconut Katie & Kevin, luau-themed appetizers and dessert, and Hawaiian themed games!
Outdoor ice rinks are open for the season. Rinks will operate regularly scheduled hours, except during the holidays and in the case of inclement weather.
Burnsville's cross country ski trails are open for the season. Trails are being groomed, but conditions are weather dependent.
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.
To schedule an appoint contact Karen Schaffhausen, Dakota County Business Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-706-3926.