Bring a variety of items to be properly disposed or recycled during Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day. The drop off is open to all Dakota County Residents. Accepted items include appliances, paint, electronics, bicycles, paper documents and more.
City hydrants are flushed on a regular basis to ensure they are working properly for fire protection and to remove mineral deposits. During hydrant flushing, it is not unusual to experience discolored water, pressure changes or an increased chlorine odor.
Learn about waste reduction and inspire others to help reduce waste in Dakota County. Participants hear from local experts on waste reduction, recycling, composting and solid waste. Course graduates have the opportunity to volunteer for public outreach.
To help dedicated residents in their quest to remove and dispose of buckthorn, the City will open its private compost site every Saturday and Sunday Sept. 30 through Oct. 29.
Currently, the community rooms and lower level conference room are completely unavailable. Three upper level conference rooms are available for evening reservations. The Council Chambers has limited availability. Please call the Recreation Department at 9...Read on...
An overnight street parking permit can be requested for up to three (3) consecutive days. Permits are required, as Burnsville does not allow on-street parking between 2-6 a.m.
The City of Burnsville has a certified small business consultant available to offer free consulting services to local residents and businesses through the "Open to Business" program. Appointments are available the third Wednesday of every month.