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Celebrate the kick-off to the holiday season in Burnsville’s Heart of the City, which will once again shine bright with more than 200,000 mini lights, 230 streetlight snowflakes and a 30-foot-tall tree.
Election judges are paid $10 – $12 per hour (including training), and will assist in greeting voters, signing in voters, providing ballots, overseeing the ballot counter, handing out "I Voted" stickers, certifying polling place results and more.
Proposed changes to the residential trash ordinance would allow trash bins to be stored within five feet of a primary or accessory structure with no screening requirements. The public is invited to submit feedback on these changes via an online form.
Make special holiday memories that will be cherished for years to come. Activities will include cookie decorating, arts and crafts, carnival games and pictures with Santa. Space is limited!
The fun doesn't have to stop just because the weather turns cold. Join a league in one of Minnesota's favorite sports – broomball! Men's and co-rec leagues are available.
Lessons for skaters of all skill levels ages 3+ – beginner to advanced – in hockey, figure skating and skating basics begin Jan. 15. Registration opens at 5 p.m. on Dec. 13.
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...
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