The Humphrey School of Public Affairs has announced the winners of its eighth-annual “Local Government Innovation Awards,” and the City of Burnsville was recognized for the Police Department’s successful implementation of on-officer body cameras.
Whether inside or out, a spectacular line-up of live events is on the docket this winter. BCTV will cover the Annual Winter Lighting Ceremony, skiing at Buck Hill, hockey, basketball, wrestling, dance, a beauty pageant, a robotics competition and more!
Everyone is invited to see more than 200,000 lights, 230 streetlight snowflakes and a 30-foot-tall tree come to life again in Burnsville. Attendees can stroll through the lights, visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and enjoy entertainment and refreshments.
The public is invited to attend meetings where the City Council discusses the budget. Meetings are held at City Hall and will be shown on Burnsville Civic Television Channel 16 and streamed online. Comments on the budget can also be submitted online.
A Sites - Maintained on Day 1 after a snow event: North River Hills, Neill, Northview, Paha Sapa, trails groomed at Terrace Oaks, Alimagnet and the Dog Park, plowing of internal park paths.
B sites - Maintained on Day... Read on...
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After two construction cycles, the 5/13 Interchange project in Burnsville is nearing the finish line. Heavy construction is expected to be completed by the end of October, with clean-up completed by the end of November... Read on...
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