Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Small businesses in specific neighborhoods and those who experienced revenue loss due to COVID-19 may apply for the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) targeted Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance grant program. Apply early as funds are limited.
From sustainability to budget to upcoming events, the Burnsville Bulletin provides an in-depth look at what's happening in your community. Watch for the summer edition in your mailbox or read it online.
Work Hard - Play Hard! Get the latest in city activities centered around the Burnsville City Council’s Strategic Priorities in this month's Burnsville in Brief.
Burnsville's annual Drinking Water Quality Report is available online. The results from 2020 testing once again show that Burnsville is providing clean and safe drinking water from each of its water sources.
Connect with nature and balance your energy with our September outdoor yoga sessions. Join us for Yoga in Park on Saturday mornings or Yoga with the Moon on Sept. 6. Refocus - Rediscover - Renew - Relax
Click the Additional Info link to see an interactive map of planter box locations and to sign up!
Spend two days enjoying hikes, scavenger hunts, science projects, outdoor games, special visits with animals and, of course, playing in the dirt! Participants should dress accordingly for outdoor activities. Tennis shoes, bug spray, sunscreen and a refill...
Check out our variety of park buildings, shelters and meeting rooms available for your next event!Find locations and prices at burnsvillemn.gov/parks
"Working together to make a difference through excellence in policing." View the Burnsville Police Department 2020 Annual Report.
Learn about the Burnsville Police Department and how they work to make a difference in the community.