Come check out Fire Station No. 1 on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.! Meet our firefighters/paramedics, take a tour of the station and learn about fire prevention.
Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Smoke alarms need to be installed in every bedroom and on every level of your home. Carbon monoxide detectors need to be installed on every floor of the home and within 10 feet of sleeping areas.
Come check out Fire Station No. 1 on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Meet our firefighters/paramedics, take a tour of the station, learn about fire prevention and so much more.
Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer, or are planning to hire a licensed contractor, this workshop on Oct. 19 will provide tips and information to help set expectations on home projects. Attend to be eligible for a $25 discount on your next building permit.
Boys and ghouls are invited to cruise down a drive-thru illuminated trick-or-treat trail on Oct. 28 at Lac Lavon Park with music, entertainment and of course candy! We can’t wait to see your fun costumes. Space is limited, register today.
Everything Burnsville is now at your fingertips! Report concerns like a streetlight outage through the app. Water bill due? Pay it through the app. New to the City? Check out the Neighborhood Info button. Now available in your app store.
Fall is a great time to remove buckthorn. While leaves on most trees and shrubs are changing colors, buckthorn leaves stay green making it easy to spot. Our compost site is open for residents to drop off buckthorn every Saturday/Sunday in October.
Gather your friends, family and neighbors to kick off your Thanksgiving plans with a 5k and fun run Nov. 19. Join us at the finish line for music, coffee, hot chocolate and delicious eats from a food truck.
Bring on fall with pumpkins and puppy costumes at Howl-O-Ween in partnership with People of Alimagnet Caring for K9s (PACK). There will be a puppy parade through a Haunted Forest, a "Trick for Treats" station, pet-themed vendors and a costume contest.
Skate around to the Monster Mash and your favorite Halloween tunes, trick-or-treat around the Ice Center and get your name into prize drawings while having a spook-tacular time. Skating at this event is free.
Check out our August highlights including the debut of Burnsville's new Community Engagement Vehicle, the latest on the Safe Routes to School project and a look back at a summer of connections and fun!
Boys and ghouls are invited to cruise down a drive-thru illuminated trick-or-treat trail on Oct. 28 at Lac Lavon Park with music, entertainment and of course candy! We can’t wait to see your fun costumes.
Bring your preschooler to this fun class with science and art activities all around fall leaves and learn together. Get ready for family fun while learning about fall and why leaves change colors!
The leaves are changing and so are the rates. Get outside, play some golf and enjoy the views at Birnamwood!
Animals have all kinds of special abilities that help them survive as predators and prey. Join Eco Elsa for fun activities and games to learn about different animal’s “superpowers” that help them survive. This class is open to ages 5 - 12.