Whether you prefer to do-it-yourself or are planning to hire a licensed contractor, this workshop will provide tips, tricks and information to help set expectations on home projects, plus attendees get for a $25 discount on their next building permit.
Bring on fall with our annual Howl-O-Ween event in partnership with People of Alimagnet Caring for K9s (PACK). Put your best paw forward in our dog costume contest or come out to cheer, visit dog vendors and enjoy the food trucks. Dogs must be leashed.
Join us for free skating, prize drawings and trick-or-treating in the Burnsville Ice Center! We will also be offering discounted skate rental and free semi-private beginner skating lessons (based on size and space availability). No registration required.
Want to learn how to turn your yard into a pollinator haven and create a low-maintenance lawn? Our free virtual workshop will introduce meadow lawns and pollinator lawns. Join us on Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m.
Coming soon to your mailbox... the latest Burnsville Bulletin! Don't miss upcoming events and activities including our special Recreation Times insert and get the latest on City news.
After Halloween has come and gone, don’t be haunted by what to do with the old pumpkin. Drop off your pumpkins at Burnsville Market Garden on Nov. 6 and 7. Dumpsters will be on-site all weekend.
Check out the latest in city activities centered around the Burnsville City Council’s Strategic Priorities in this month's Burnsville in Brief.
There's still plenty of time to swing into fun at Birnamwood Golf Course — and now you can save with fall rates!
Whether you are looking for a lot of hours or just a few, we have a variety of job opportunities available including seasonal and part-time openings in our Parks, warming houses, Heart of the City and the Ice Center.