In Burnsville, all cats, dogs, domesticated ferrets and chickens over four-months old must get a valid pet license every two years. The City issues two-year animal licenses in January of even-numbered years.
Figure skaters and hockey skaters of all ages and skills are invited to bundle up for some outdoor winter fun. Burnsville has outdoor ice skating rinks at 13 parks, with warming houses at 12 sites to help melt away winter's chill. Find a rink near you at
Thirteen road construction projects are currently planned around Burnsville in 2018. Most projects begin in mid-May, and are planned to be substantially completed by Labor Day. Community members are invited to sign up to receive project email alerts.
You may have heard recently that Minnesotans can now text 9-1-1 in an emergency. This service can be useful if discretion or silence is needed when contacting 9-1-1; however, there are a few things you should know in order to use the service effectively.
The Burnsville Police Department is raising money for the Honor Guard to be used for uniforms, training and travel expenses. The Honor Guard represents the Burnsville community and department while honoring law enforcement officers across the nation.
Starting or growing a small business isn’t easy, and hiring a trusted advisor or consultant to help get a business off the ground is usually very expensive. To encourage small business growth, the City of Burnsville is now offering free, one-on-...Read on...