More than 130 new recycling containers were added to 22 parks this summer. Recycling bins are clearly labeled to show what types of recyclables can be tossed in. Items accepted in park recycling include plastic bottles, cans, cardboard and paper products.
Those looking to “give back,” but struggling to find the right fit are invited to the Dakota County Volunteer Resource Fair on Sept. 25 at Burnsville City Hall. Attendees can get information on volunteer opportunities from local service organizations.
Burnsville's Utilities Department plans to begin flushing City-owned fire hydrants on Monday, Sept. 10. City hydrants are flushed to ensure they are in working order, and to remove mineral deposits that may accumulate in water mains.
Light up the night during a Glo Run on Sept. 28. Neon lights will guide runners on a one-mile route. Come for DJ music and carnival games before the race. All registered participants will receive a t-shirt and glowing items.
Dakota County residents are invited to bring a variety of items to be properly disposed during Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day -- including electronics, appliances, paint, tires, household cleaners, scrap metal, cell phones, light bulbs and more.
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...