The latest issue of the Burnsville Bulletin features stories about the November General Election, senior activities, the 2017 budget, upcoming proposed roadwork projects, a City-wide water meter replacement project, public safety initiatives and more.
Cold weather won’t slow down Burnsville Community Television (BCTV) this winter season. BCTV will cover hockey, basketball, wrestling, quiz bowl and public meetings. Whether events are inside or out, a spectacular line-up is on the docket this winter.
Residents age 62+ are invited to take a stroll through a snow-filled Terrace Oaks Park West during the annual Winter Nature Walk on Jan. 25. Participants will learn about birds, deer, animal tracks and how animals adapt to winter. Register by Jan. 20.
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.
The City of Burnsville is currently updating its Parks & Recreation System Master Plan. The plan will help guide the park system’s development/redevelopment and programs for the next 15-20 years. Provide feedback by taking a short survey.
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.