Nothing says "Minnesota Summer" like a camp fire. Residents who have recreational fires on their property must get a Recreational Burning Permit annually.
Sign up for text, email and other alerts about emergencies and important community news through the Dakota Communications Center's Emergency Alert Program.
At the heart of Burnsville is a sense of belonging. Our people, families, businesses are all part of what makes Burnsville special. You will start seeing the City's updated messaging around town and outside of our community. #YouBelongInBville
Find everything to live, learn, work and play in Burnsville at this FREE event! Presented by the Burnsville Chamber, City of Burnsville and District 191, this annual event includes kids activities, and valuable information and resources for families.
Moms, dads, kids and people of all ages are invited to “Run in the Dark at Lac Lavon Park.” DJ music, carnival games and a bounce house before the start will help participants get their blood flowing. Register by Sept. 27 at noon to save $5!
Dakota County residents can drop off a variety of items for proper disposal and recycling including cleaners, batteries, paint, light bulbs, electronics, cell phones, TV and computer monitors, appliances, lawn chemicals, bicycles, documents and more.
Ages 62+ -- Get your groove on with a Zumba class in Nicollet Commons Park!
Learn about Minnesota's new law requiring drivers to use their cell phones only by voice commands or single-touch activation without holding the phone (site includes fact sheets in English, Spanish, Hmong and Somali).
The public can safely and anonymously dispose of prescription, over-the-counter and pet medications 24 hours a day, seven days a week at a drop-box in the Burnsville Police Department lobby.
State law requires that all cities and counties in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area adopt a Comprehensive Plan. These plans provide a road map for communities looking 20 years into the future.
The City of Burnsville has created a DRA...
To schedule an appoint contact Laurie Crow, Dakota County Business Advisor, at email@example.com or 952-484-3107.