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Burnsville's Adopt-A-Street program is a public service program for volunteers to pick up litter along Burnsville’s streets. It is a way for environmentally-conscious citizens to make a personal contribution to a cleaner environment.
The City will post a 24” x 30” sign on the roadside to recognize your group’s cleanup efforts.
Call the Burnsville Engineering Department at 952-895-4463 or download the Adopt-A-Street Contract. A group representative must sign the Adopt-a-Street Contract on behalf of your group. All group participants must review the safety information provided by the department of Public Works before every pick up.
Groups must arrange pickup dates in advance with Public Works. The City will provide high visibility vests, trash bags and safety information for your group. Work may not be allowed on or near holidays. Groups must pick up litter at least three times a year along both sides of the roadway.
Groups should leave filled trash bags along the roadside as specified by Public Works. Groups are encouraged to recycle materials for their own benefit. The Public Works Department will remove filled bags, and large, heavy or hazardous items from the roadside.