Have you wanted to be a video producer? On a TV production team? BCTV makes it easy for you with FREE television classes every month. Email email@example.com for details.
The City is working with a new vendor to provide printed utility bills, e-Statements and online bill pay to provide customers with more payment options and an easier-to-follow bill. Customers should update website "favorites" to reflect the new site.
What happens after recyclables leave the curb? Should the cap on a bottle stay on or off? Burnsville residents age 62+ are invited to "talk trash" and get the scoop on recycling. Register for the event by March 2.
Whether a figure skater or a hockey player, every skater has to start somewhere. The Burnsville Ice Center’s “Learn to Skate” program is designed to assist skaters of all ages to enhance their skating skills. Register early for the spring season!
Effective January 1, 2015: City Manager - $149,738; Public Works Director - $134,709; and Police Chief and Fire Chief - $129,437.
Can your house number be easily seen from the street? House numbers are important to public safety response. Homeowners are encouraged to take steps to ensure house numbers can be easily seen by an ambulance, fire engine or police car.
Starting or growing a small business isn’t easy, and hiring a trusted advisor to help get a business off the ground is usually very expensive. To encourage small business growth, Burnsville is offering free, one-on-one small... Read on...
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