Burnsville residents are invited to join expert and award-winning author Heather Holm for an engaging discussion on selecting native trees and shrubs that will have a positive impact on pollinators and birds.
To help our dedicated backyard buckthorn busters, the City's compost site will be open for buckthorn disposal select weekends through October. Plus, team up with your neighbors and nominate your neighborhood to receive free pickup of buckthorn brush.
Celebrate the traditions of Burnsville's diverse populations through food, music, and cultural displays during this day-long festival.
Let’s Party! This new all-ages festival series is an opportunity to celebrate our great community. The day-long events, taking place in Nicollet Commons Park, will include mobile food vendors, craft and market vendors, live music, a kids village and more!
Registered parties can receive handouts to give to participants, and can request a visit from a Burnsville Police, Fire, City staff member or elected official, and short compression-only CPR trainings. Register early for a chance to win great prizes!
Get cozy in the park with your friends and some popcorn, and come prepared to dive into some of your favorite movies.
Kids looking for a rockin' good time can check out Nicollet Commons Park on Thursdays. The fun begins with stories read by ISD 191 staff and continues with mini concerts in the park.