More than 130 new recycling containers were added to 22 parks this summer. Recycling bins are clearly labeled to show what types of recyclables can be tossed in. Items accepted in park recycling include plastic bottles, cans, cardboard and paper products.
The City of Burnsville is conducting a study to identify areas that could accommodate on-street bike lanes. Those interested in learning more are invited to attend an upcoming community open house on Oct. 24 and complete a survey to provide your feedback.
The City holds two events for families to have some Halloween fun without being too scary. Enjoy Halloween Fest at Nicollet Commons Park on Oct. 26 and Halloween Skate at the Ice Center on Oct. 28. All ages are welcome and encouraged to wear costumes.
To help dedicated residents in their quest to remove and dispose of buckthorn, the City will open its private compost site during the last weekend of the month during June through September - and every weekend in October.
The weekend before Halloween, Burnsville will offer two free ghostly fun community get-togethers. Both events are designed to give families easy ways to have some Halloween fun without being too scary.
The leaves may be changing colors, but golfers don’t need to put away their clubs just yet. Birnamwood Golf Course is offering special fall rates to keep golfers “in the swing of things” all autumn long.
Starting or growing a small business isn’t easy, and hiring a trusted advisor or consultant to help get a business off the ground is usually very expensive. To encourage small business growth, the City of Burnsville is now offering free, one-on-...Read on...