Dakota County residents are again invited to the popular “Landscaping for Clean Water Workshop.” This workshop provides tips on creating native gardens, rain gardens and shoreline stabilization projects that benefit local water quality and pollinators.
Burnsville residents, business leaders and others interested in learning more about the current state of affairs and future of Burnsville are invited to the annual State of the City Address. The keynote speech will be given by Mayor Elizabeth Kautz.
As of Feb. 17, spring weight restrictions for commercial vehicles on City streets are in effect. These restrictions are part of a statewide effort to protect roadways during vulnerable spring months. Limits will likely remain in effect for eight weeks.
annually for the City of Burnsville. Effective January 3, 2017: City Manager - $162,434; Public Works Director - $141,874; and Police Chief and Fire Chief - $140,411.
Outdoor ice rinks have closed for the season.
Burnsville's ski trails are still open, but trail conditions are poor. Some areas are icy while others do not have much snow cover. Use caution when skiing on the trails.
The City of Burnsville has a certified small business consultant available to offer free consulting services to local residents and businesses through the "Open to Business" program. Appointments are available the third Wednesday of every month.