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City of Burnsville Bulletin Summer 2017Topics include: City Breaks Ground for police/city hall renovation
Police/Fire to host summer night grill outs
Burnsville Drinking Water certified safe
International festival celebrates 10 years
Free admission to 2017 Fire Muster
Ames Center Events
Nominations Open for Burnsville Community Builders
Events for Adults 62+
Environment updates
Burnsville Community Home Show is Sept. 16
Parks System Master Plan Provides Guide for Parks & Recreation
Burnsville 2018 Budget Process Underway
Officer Lyn Tonne Awarded Medal of Valor and more.
City of Burnsville Bulletin Spring 2017Topics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
Applications open for city advisory commissions
I love Burnsville celebrates 10th year and schedule
Impressions on Ice celebrates 40 years
Minnesota Riverfront park and Gateway trail to open
Ames Center events
Community wide garage sales
The Dakota Valley Recycling guide
Prep underway for city hall/police renovation
Sgt. Yakovlev named 2016 officer of the year
City of Burnsville Bulletin - Fall 2017A quarterly newsletter for the residents and businesses of Burnsville published by the City of Burnsville. Topics in this issue include:

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day Saturday, Sept. 30
Dakota County, Cities Launch Campaign to Reduce Wasted Food
Learn about Fire Engines, Extinguishers, Exit Plans and More
Celebrate Halloween with Family, Friends and Neighbors
19th-Annual Winter Lighting Ceremony Set for Nov. 22

Get Involved with Public Safety! -Mobile Volunteer Network: And Neighborhood Watch
Ames Center Schedule
Burnsville Community Television – TV that Matters
City Seeks Information on Tree Vandalism
Wild Turkeys More Common in Populated Areas

Compost Site Open for Buckthorn Disposal
Recycling Events
Burnsville Recognized as ‘Step 5’ GreenStep City
Surface Water Quality Update 2017
Burnsville Business corner
2040 Comprehensive Plan Draft Nearing Completion

Renters Have Responsibilities – And Rights!
Levy Increase Proposed for 2018 Budget
No Street Parking in Burnsville 2 – 6 a.m. Daily
Dakota County Special Operations Team
City of Burnsville Bulletin Newsletter Winter 2017Topics the quarterly newsletter mailed to residents and businesses include:
Kautz Re-Elected Mayor, Gustafson and Schulz Elected to City Council
Update to City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan Continues
Senior Programming Promotes PhysicalActivity, Learning and Socialization
Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau to Celebrate 30 Years
City Council Recognizes Ten ‘Community Builders’
Ames Center schedule
City Council adopts 2017 budget
2017 proposed roadwork projects
Water meter replacements underway
State of the City address February 22
New Ames Center Concession Provides More Options
City Parks, Facilities Get New Entrance Signs
Burnsville Police Place Emphasis on Mental Health and more.
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