Night to Unite

Night to Unite is postponed until Tuesday, October 6, 2020Night to Unite

Night to Unite (known as National Night Out in some communities) is held on the first Tuesday in August.

The event is a chance to strengthen neighborhood spirit and City-community partnerships. It can also heighten awareness around crime, drug and violence prevention; generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs; and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

Party Registration

Party registration details coming soon.

Registered parties can receive handouts to give to participants, and can request a visit from a Burnsville Police, Fire, City staff member or elected official. The Burnsville Fire Department and Mobile Volunteer Network will host a limited number of short trainings in compression-only CPR at parties by request.

Early Registration = Chance to Win!

All parties registered by Saturday, July 13 will be entered in a drawing to win prizes including:

  • Catered meal for up to 40 people from Outback Steakhouse
  • Cub Foods gift cards - $100
  • A Kingsford charcoal grill from Home Depot
  • Raleigh youth bike donated by Thomson Reuters

Prizes sponsored by Outback Steakhouse, Cub Foods, Home Depot and Thomson Reuters.

Party Organizer Materials

Additional Information

For more information about Burnsville’s Night to Unite, email Amber Jacobson or call 952-895-4575.

Night to Unite is sponsored by the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association.

Kids with police dog
Woman and Police Officer