As news of COVID-19 progresses rapidly across the country and in Minnesota, the City has been monitoring the situation. As the pandemic continues we have decided to make operational changes including temporary facility closures and event cancellations.
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As news of COVID-19 progresses rapidly across the country and in Minnesota, the City has been monitoring the situation. We place a high value on providing quality public service, but as the pandemic continues we have decided to make operational changes.
Adding a tree to a property can reduce energy bills, help protect water quality and add beauty. The City will once again be selling bare root trees online during its annual Arbor Day Tree Sale for Burnsville residents. Order now though April 22 at noon.
Residents should have received an invitation in the mail in March to fill out their census information online. This invite has your home’s personal identification code that will be needed to start the response process. No worries if you did not ...
The Dakota Soil & Water Conservation District is hosting its popular Landscaping for Clean Water workshop online. Dakota County residents are invited learn how to design and install a rain garden, shoreline planting and/or native garden.
Adult sand volleyball is a self-officiated recreational league. Individuals interested in joining a team will be placed on a draft list that is distributed to team managers.
Spend your summer playing this classic yard game with "in-house" and traveling leagues. Registration is open through mid-May.
Burnsville offers one of the largest adult softball programs in Minnesota. Regardless of skill level, Burnsville has a league for you and your team.
In order to comply with recent recommendations regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Burnsville Police Department has temporarily removed the prescription drug drop box. Please safely store your medications until the dropbox has re-opened.
To schedule an appoint contact Karen Schaffhausen, Dakota County Business Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-706-3926.