Attend a free one-hour class offered by the Burnsville Fire Department on compression-only CPR. People of all ages and abilities can attend the Heart Restart classes. The next class will be on Tuesday, July 29 at the Burnhaven Library in Burnsville.
To ensure an adequate water supply in the summer months, the City has an odd-even lawn and garden watering policy. Homes with odd-numbered addresses may water on odd-numbered dates and homes with even-numbered addresses may water on even-numbered dates.
Spend the evening with your neighbors on Aug. 5, during Minnesota Night to Unite! Parties registered with the City receive information to hand out, and may also receive a visit from a Police, Fire or City staff member. Registration is due July 25.
A municipal Primary Election will be held to narrow the number of City Council candidates from seven to four. Absentee voting for the Primary Election is now open. A new State law allows any resident who wishes to fill out an absentee ballot to do so.
The "Open to Business" program is continuing to offer free small business consulting to Burnsville residents and businesses. Walk-in appointments are available the third Wednesday of every month from 1-3 p.m. at Burnsville City Hall.
Minnesota Office of Justice Programs
If you are a Burnsville, Minn. business interested in being considered a vendor for City purchases, fill out the following form.