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Street Light on County Road 4234 viewsBurnsville City Light, County Road 42, winter 2019.
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International festival marks 10 years (2017) 2 pages33 viewsThe July 15, 2017 International Festival at the Nicollet Commons Park in the Heart of the City, will be the 10th anniversary. The event is sponsored by 26 organizations including the Burnsville Lion's Club. Amber Cameron is chair of the non profit festival.
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The Rivers - living in River Hills 201733 viewsOffering independent living, assisted living, care suites and memory care located at 11111 River Hills Drive.
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Golfing in Burnsville33 viewsPhotos from the collection of Experience Burnsville highlight Golfing at Birmamwood.
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Winter in Burnsville32 viewsA portion of Burnsville on a winter day retains the rural look.
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Wednesday in the Park32 viewsWednesday in the Park – Civic Center Concerts - Civic Center Park,
75 Civic Center Pkwy each summer Wednesday at 7 p.m.

The Wednesday in the Park Concert Series sponsored by Burnsville, Eagan, Savage - Independent School 191 Community Education Department and the City of Burnsville provides musical entertainment for your listening pleasure.

Concerts are planned for outdoors at the Civic Center Park Amphitheater pending good weather. If the weather is undesirable, the concerts will be held at the Diamondhead Education Center, 200 W. Burnsville Parkway. Bring a non-perishable food item to donate in exchange for a soft-drink.
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Halloween Skate 201632 viewsThe Burnsville Ice Center’s annual Halloween Skating Party was Sunday October 30, 2016. Costumes were encouraged, meaning skaters might skate next to a zombie, Spiderman or a Pokémon. This event includes prize drawings and trick-or-treating. Free mini-private lessons will be offered for new skaters of any age. Admission is free. Skate rental is $3. Skate rental and private lesson space is limited. The Burnsville Ice Center is at 251 Civic Center Parkway. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Welcome to Burnsville sign32 viewsWelcome to Burnsville, entering on Highway 13 from Eagan.
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Interior Burnhaven Library, 201731 viewsOver the years there have been a number of updates made to the interior of the library. This is a reading area in 2017.
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Ridges Campus 201731 viewsWithin the "Ridges Campus" there is independent living and assisted living, to memory care adult day care and skilled nursing care for short and long term stays. Buildings are each connected, which allows access to lounge areas, a chapel, a coffee shop, a gift shop and a beauty/barber shop. In addition, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and the Fairview Ridges Hospital are located within the area.
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Valley Ridge Senior Housing 201731 viewsStreet advertising for the Valley Ridge. once the site of a shopping center by the same name, is a spacious building complex with independent senior housing, assisted living, and memory care located at 1921 Burnsville Parkway West.
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River Valley Commons Townhomes31 viewsRiver Valley Commons is a brand new neighborhood located less than two miles east of Heart of the City Burnsville, off of Hwy 13 and Parkwood Drive. River Valley Commons features 3 bedroom townhomes and 4 bedroom townhome options. Both styles, the Kilkenney and Hamilton, have two levels, 3 bedrooms and 2 car garages. These homes are on the former Hogan, Erwin and then Lannon property.
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June 9, 2017 I Love Burnsville31 viewsMusical performance during the final night of I Love Burnsville. Photo provided by: Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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June 9, 2017 I Love Burnsville31 viewsEvery June, Burnsville hosts a week-long celebration of everything that makes our community a great place to live, work, and play! Hundreds of people turn out to participate in events, meet their neighbors and have lots of food and fun. Every year brings new and exciting activities as well as perennial favorites Photo provided by: Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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June 9, 2017 I Love Burnsville31 viewsMayor serving cake at the I Love Burnsville event. Photo provided by: Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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June 9, 2017 I Love Burnsville31 viewsRandom photos of people enjoying the Friday evening I Love Burnsville event.
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Halloween Fest 201731 viewsThe 2017 Halloween Fest was moved indoors to the Diamondhead Education Center due to inclement weather. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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January snowfall 201831 viewsBurnsville is included in the snowfall numbers after the January 2018 "storm".
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Burnsville Athletic Club BAC -31 viewsThe winter 2018 School District 191 Community Education booklet contains this definition for the Burnsville Athletic Club and lists its sports schedule.
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Interior of Burnsville City Hall31 viewsInterior of the City Hall, compliments of the City of Burnsville around 2017.
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Black Dog Power Plant 201931 viewsBlack Dog Power Plant, photo compliments of Christopher Russell Kibbons.
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Burnsville sign31 viewsWelcome to Burnsville, location unidentified.
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Burnsville Realife cooperative housing options 201730 viewsLocated at 12575 Pleasant Avenue, this is a cooperative offering joint ownership in the facility designed for people ages 55 and over.
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Ridge Point Apartments 201730 viewsLocated on the Ebenezer Ridges Campus in Burnsville, Ebenezer Ridge Point Apartments provides affordable homes for people age 62 and older. This independent living community is financed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which provides Section 8 rental assistance to low-income older adults.
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The original Ebenezer Ridges30 viewsSince first being built the campus and services at Ebenezer Ridges have expanded beyond a nursing home. This was the original building.
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Halloween Fest 201730 viewsThe 2017 Halloween Fest was moved indoors to the Diamondhead Education Center due to inclement weather. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Pleasant View Cemetery - 201729 viewsBack of sign when leaving cemetery.
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The Mail Must go through29 viewsWinter mail delivery in Savage 2016.
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I love Burnsville29 viewsEveryone is getting ready for the Annual I Love Burnsville Event.
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Burnsville area farms29 viewsUnidentified farm photo Burnsville or Eagan cows.
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