Foreclosures and Vacant Properties
Home Condition, Parking and Storage
Off Street Parking
Resources for Property Owners
RV and Trailer Parking
Top Ten Code Violations
You are here:
Departments & Services
Licensing & Code Enforcement
Address Your Address
House Numbers Are Important to Public Safety Response
Can your house number be easily seen from the street? Imagine an ambulance, fire engine or police car traveling down the road in the dark of night. Will they be able to see your house number to come to your aid?
Homeowners are encouraged to place house numbers on their properties per
Burnsville City Code 8-5-2
. It states:
House numbers must be visible from the street both day and night and located near the home's entrance.
House numbers must be at least four inches high and be of a contrasting color to the house and structure they are helping to identify.
House numbers or their background must be reflective to ensure that public safety officials can find your home at night.
House numbers painted on curbs DO NOT meet requirements.
If it is not practical to place the number at or near the building entrance, it should be placed and maintained by the owner in another location that can be clearly seen from the street (subject to Fire Department approval).
Building Inspections, 952-895-4444.
City of Burnsville
Minnesota 100 Civic Center Pkwy Burnsville, MN 55337
Powered by CivicPlus
Using Renewable Energy