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2020 Pandemic - Hospital on front lines of COVID 19 battleApril 3, 2020 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News:

Burnsville's Fairview Ridges Hopsital provides initial comments at the start of the pandemic....
2020 PandemicAugust 8, 2020 - Savage Pacer

Burnsville, Eagan, Savage district talk hybrid model for re-opening during pandemic.
2020 PandemicA business in Burnsville reminds people to stay 6 feet away....
Burnsville and Savage industryViewing industry of Burnsville and Savage from the Burnsville High School.
2020 PandemicRacks Sports Bar and Grill during pandemic closed other than take out.
2020 PandemicTavern 13 - a note left during the Pandemic closing April 2020.
2020 PandemicJensen's with two locations, one in Burnsville, other in Eagan. This is Eagan during the April 2020 pandemic.
2020 PandemicJensen's with two locations, one in Burnsville, other in Eagan. This is Eagan during the April 2020 pandemic.
2020 PandemicA message from inside at a Burnsville business during pandemic.
2020 PandemicIt's order by phone or online with pick-up during the pandemic for this long-running establishment offering Chinese & American entrees & a buffet amid a relaxed vibe. Address: 12111 12th Avenue South.

Originally the Cuckoo Clock which opened in 1970
2020 PandemicIt's April 2020, the pandemic. St. John the Baptist and most churches are closed too, but are recording and streaming services online.
2020 PandemicMay, 2020 no baseball at Alimagnet due to the pandemic.
2020 PandemicDuring the pandemic, May 2020, no baseball and social distancing at Alimagnet Park.
2020 PandemicMay, 2020 Lake Alimagnet baseball field closed due to the pandemic.
Burnsville Water tower 2020One of Burnsville's water towers summer 2020 view from County Road 11.
2020 PandemicSchools closed early, at-home learning, no graduation ceremony, pandemic 2020.
2020 PandemicThe Ebenezer Ridges Campus thanks employees during pandemic.
2020 PandemicThe Ebenezer Ridges Campus thanks employees during pandemic.
2020 PandemicDue to the pandemic local stores including Valley Natural Foods discontinue the popular use of re-usable shopping bags.
2020 PandemicInitially during the pandemic, all restaurants including J's were closed. Then take out service was allowed, followed by limited outdoor seating.
Farmers MarketThe weekly farmer's market at the Diamondhead School District building.
2020 PandemicPorter Creek, County Road 42. Curbside takeout, during the first phase of the restaurant re-opening during the pandemic.
2020 PandemicEarly voting space at the Burnsville City Hall during the pandemic.
River Hills United Methodist Pumpkin Patch 2020River Hills United Methodist's Annual Pumpkin Patch during the pandemic 2020.
2020 PandemicRestaurants are forced to close during March and April, 2020 due to Pandemic. Ordering by phone or online with pickups allowed.
2020 Pandemic - Burnsville leaders discuss response to COVID 19April 17, 2020 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News

Chamber of Commerce and local leaders meet by video conferencing to discuss the communities response to COVID 19.
Less pomp under the circunstances 2020May 22, 2020 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News reports:

Graduation ceremonies, school closing downsized by pandemic.
2020 Pandemic - Children's librarian takes to the cameraMay 15, 2020 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News:

Melanie Leivers, the children's librarian at Burnhaven Library, leads viewers in counting during her virtual storytime...
2020 PandemicA tree at the entrance to our City Hall campus is lit to be a beacon of HOPE and UNITY. When we see these Symbols of HOPE, it reminds us that we are in this crisis together and we will come out of it STRONGER TOGETHER, more innovative, and full with the capacity for KINDNESS, LOVE, COMPASSION and CARING.
2020 PandemicEbenezer Ridges Campus during the pandemic 2020. Photo compliments of Ebenezer Ridges.
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