Burnsville residents, business leaders and others interested in learning more about the current state and future of the City of Burnsville are invited to watch the State of the City Address in person at the Ames Center or live online at
Multiple street and utility projects are planned in Burnsville for 2016. Work will begin this spring, but you can find more information and sign up now for periodic email updates on specific City road projects at
Residents are invited to attend one of two introductory workshops to see how rain gardens, native gardens and shoreline stabilization projects benefit local water quality and help wildlife. The free workshops will be held Feb. 24 and April 12.
annually for the City of Burnsville. Effective January 21, 2016: City Manager - $158,086; Public Works Director - $138,077; and Police Chief and Fire Chief - $136,653.