Traditional festivities may have been canceled this year, but the Burnsville Fire Muster Parade lives on in just a little different way. A reverse fire truck parade and water canon display will be held on Sept. 12 from 5 – 10 p.m. The night will end with a fireworks show at Buck Hill.
Residents and fire truck fanatics are invited to this drive-through, stay-in-your-car event. Vehicles can enter Civic Center Parkway from 134th Street and slowly meander through a display of fire trucks and firefighters showing the intensity of a water canon used to put out structure fires. Everyone must remain in their vehicles.
What: Reverse Fire Truck and Water Display ParadeWho: All agesWhen: Saturday, Sept. 12Time: 5 – 10 p.m.Where: Burnsville City Hall Vehicles should enter Civic Center Parkway from 134th Street and exit onto Nicollet Avenue.Requirements: Everyone must stay in their vehicle at all times
What: Fireworks DisplayWho: All ageWhen: Saturday, Sept. 12Time: 9:30 p.m.Where to Watch: From home or in your vehicle at these other great viewing sites: Buck Hill parking lot (limited to 500 spaces, first come, first-served), south side of Burnsville Mall, Crystal Lake and streets surrounding Buck Hill.
The Committee encourages people to come and see the fire trucks and water display, take some selfies, share some photos with them and continue on later in the evening with fireworks at Buck Hill.
The fire truck and water display is presented by the Fire Engine Club MN. The fireworks display is presented by the Fire Muster Committee.
For more information on these events, visit https://www.burnsvillefiremuster.org/fire-trucks-and-fireworks