Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
The all-new Burnsville in Brief offers you a showcase of recent city activities and initiatives throughout city services and their connection to the Burnsville City Council’s Strategic Priorities.
Burnsville Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) invite you to bring pharmaceutical-controlled substances and other medications to the Burnsville Police lobby for safe disposal on Saturday, April 24 from 10 a.m. - 2p.m.
Help birds, butterflies and bees by growing native plants! Native wildflowers, ferns and grasses will be available for pre-order from multiple vendors. Orders must be placed on or before May 9. Pickup date is May 15 and pickup times will be staggered.
This free introductory workshop teaches you how to create a beautiful garden that improves water quality, benefits pollinators and suits your site and style. Discover garden ideas that have a positive impact and financial incentives for your project.
Meet Blaze, learn about Grow Burnsville, check out the Environmental Guide, discover Home Energy Squad visits and so much more... All in this edition of the Burnsville Bulletin. Coming to your mailbox soon and available online now.
Now accepting applications for the new Code Review Task Force to research and advise on a full update to the City Code. Share your perspective and make animpact on Burnsville!
Join us on Thursday, May 13 for a free workshop with tips, tricks and information on home remodels, basement finishes, windows, insulation, basic plumbing and electrical and more! Get answers and receive a $25 discount on your next building permit.
Trees bring beauty and natural benefits to your yard. A variety of bare-root trees are available during the annual sale. All trees are being sold by pre-order only, no day-of purchases. Limited quantities available and limit of two trees per household.
It is time to start planning your summer adventures with the 2021 Recreation Times! There's something for everyone in Burnsville — You Belong Here!
Mayor Elizabeth Kautz delivered Burnsville's State of the City Address on March 17 from the Ames Center. Stay tuned for a recap video coming soon with the Mayor's speech, messages from your City Council and a new You Belong Here music video!
This flag football class uses a variety of fun drills and games to introduce players to basic concepts of football fundamentals including passing, running/rushing, receiving and defense (de-flagging). Fundamental techniques are taught and emphasize, very ...
Athletes learn skills on both sides of the football including the core components of passing, rushing/running, catching and defense (de-flagging) all in a fun and positive environment.
Dates: Sundays, May 2 - 23 Time: Camp I - Ages 4-6, 1:40 - 2:40 p.m. Ca...
The South of the River Soccer League (S.O.R.S.L.) plays officiated, full-field, 11 v 11 games. Teams are required to have two women on the field at all times. Minimum age is 23.
Dates: Sundays, June 6 - Oct. 10Time: Noon - 4 p.m.Ages: 23+Cost: $85 per team...
Join a naturalist form EcoElsa to learn about aquatic ecosystems through the animals who call them home. Participants will also learn how to test the health of the ecosystem by collecting a survey of the animals found. And we'll explore how we im...
Stop by Neill Park - 13501 Upton Ave. (meet at park shelter) to check out the facility, meet staff and talk to other participants.
Attendees can ask questions and get a feel for what the summer program will look like. Pop-in games and activities will be ta...
Check out our variety of park buildings, shelters and meeting rooms available for your next event!Find locations and prices at burnsvillemn.gov/parks
Swing into spring at Birnamwood Golf Course, open for the season on March 20! Conveniently book your tee time online (Club House and cart rental unavailable at this time) and check out our upcoming leagues, including the Junior Golf Program.
Learn about the Burnsville Police Department and how they work to make a difference in the community.