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    Recreational Bon Fire Permit

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Burnsville Fire Department's 2020 Virtual Open House

Take a video tour of the fire stations, get a closer look at the fire engines and firefighter gear, and learn important fire safety tips.

Construction of New Fire Station 1

Burnsville is building a new fire station that will replace existing Fire Station No. 1 and address the City’s future fire and EMS safety and security needs.

The new fire station location is near Rose Park and is less than 1.5 miles from the current station. Fire Station No. 1 is currently located at 911 W. 140th St. A second station is located at 12155 Parkwood Drive. Current Station No. 1 will remain operational until the new facility is ready. 

Learn more about the construction project

Location for new fire station number one

Fire Education

Looking for fire safety education for the 2021-2021 school year? Check out these videos on fire prevention tips.

Emergency Notifications

Find more information and register for emergency notifications through the Dakota Communications Center.

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