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cable_2.pdf
Bringing the community into focus 2019The Burnsville Bulletin, Summer 2019 profiles Burnsville and Eagan's cooperative efforts with cable equipment.Aug 15, 2019
city_awards.pdf
Burnsville shines bright at Northern Lights awards 2019Summer, 2019 Burnsville Bulletin reports: The Minnesota Association of Government Communicators recognized the City of Burnsville Communications Department and Burnsville Community Television with three awards...Aug 14, 2019
Bulletin252020192520Issue25203_sm.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin - Summer 2019A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics include:

Page 3- Burnsville Police Captain Tanya Schwartz Named New Chief of Police
Page 8 - Work begins on the 2020 budget
Page 9 - Burnsville shines bright at Northern Lights awards
Page 10 - Electrifying additions to the Heart of the City
Page 12 - Community Resource Officers focus on community orientated policing

Page 13 - Safe summer nights
Page 15 - Help complete first responder sculpture HOMAGE
Page 18 - Bringing the community into focus
Page 21 - What makes Burnsville Burnsville?
and events at the Ames Center
Aug 13, 2019
burnsville_cable.jpg
Burnsville Community TelevisionThe BCTV studio is located on the second floor of the Burnsville High School. Arriving visitors are asked to check in at the school's front desk.

Community members are welcome to schedule time in the BCTV studio to film and edit educational programming or to take part in a television production class. The facility includes a 976 square foot studio with a green screen, teleprompters, high-end control room, editing stations, and set storage. BCTV also provides equipment check out for individuals or groups wishing to film in an off-site location.
May 02, 2019
Bulletin252020192520Issue25202_web.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring 2019A publication of the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses. Topics include:

Page 6 - Can't help falling in love with Burnsville.
Page 8 - Black Dog Smoke Stacks to come down
Page 7 - Party on the Plaza kicks off June 6
Page 8 - Applications open for City Advisory Commissions
Page 9 - Community Members come together for a dialogue on race

Page 10 - Conservation
Page 12 - Environmental Guide
Page 14 - Volunteers needed
Page 15 - Save Food
Page 16 - Burnsville's most wanted: Fats, oil and grease
Page 18 - Ames Center celebrates 10 years
Page 21- Burnsville Center Village vision
Page 22 - Last word: Police Chief bids Burnsville farewell
Apr 24, 2019
cable_story.pdf
Broadcasting Burnsville 2015March 25, 2015 Minneapolis Star Tribune feature story about Burnsville's Community Television.Apr 21, 2019
2019_-_2020_directory.pdf
2019 - 2020 Burnsville Community GuidePublished every two years by the City of Burnsville. Page 32 includes a story on Burnsville's Historical Society.Mar 13, 2019
New_layout_for_bulletin.pdf
A new look for the Burnsville Bulletin 2019Winter, 2019 Marty Doll, Communications Coordinator introduces the new look for the Burnsville Bulletin, launched in 1990.Feb 14, 2019
website_gets_makeover.pdf
New look, new address, better service, City's website gets a makeover 2019The Winter 2019 Burnsville Bulletin features the upgrade to the City's website.Feb 14, 2019
Bulletin_winter_2019.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 2019The Burnsville Bulletin, a quarterly publication from the City for residents and businesses introduces a new format for the publication. Topics include: A feature story on the Burnsville Historical Society and

Burnsville Welcomes Melanie Mesko Lee as New City Manager
Burnsville City Council Adopts 2019 Budget
Extreme Makeover: Street Edition 2019
The City’s Website Gets a Makeover
Army of Goats Battled Buckthorn in Burnsville

Election Results
Emphasis on Economic Development
There’s a Few Things We’d Like to Clear Up... Namely Sidewalks and Trails
Burnsville Uses Grant for Crosswalk Upgrade

Detective Casey M. Buck Named Burnsville’s 2018 Officer of the Year
Luke Miller Named Burnsville’s 2018 Firefighter of the Year
Nine ‘Community Builders’ Recognized
Businesses Named ‘Employers of Excellence’
Burnsville Ice Center Welcomes ‘Little Wild’

Piecing Together Burnsville’s History One Story at a Time
Back Upcoming Events at the Ames Center
2019 State of the City Address

Elected officials in 2019 are:

Elizabeth Kautz Mayor
Dan Gustafson Council Member
Dan Kealey Council Member
Cara Schulz Council Member
Vince Workman Council Member
Feb 04, 2019
new_website.pdf
City of Burnsville's new website 2018December 23, 2018 Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News reports:

The city of Burnsville’s website just got a major overhaul – its first redesign since 2011. Users can now more easily access city events, activities, services and more at www.burnsvillemn.gov.

Over the past year, Burnsville’s Communications Department worked with staff and residents to learn what people like, don’t like, need and don’t need in a city website. The new site attempts to keep things simple with relevant information that’s easy to find, and navigation that is more “user-centric” rather than organizing information by city departments.

Several new features and sections were also added to the updated site, including:

• Graphic buttons: Colorful buttons on the homepage and specific interior pages to direct users to popular pages and timely information.

• Permit Portal: All permits and licenses located in one area making things easier to find.

• Make a Payment: A “Make a Payment” page with payment links for things such as city utilities and ambulances services.

In addition to a new look, the city also took the opportunity to change the website’s address. While www.burnsville.org will remain operational for some time, the city will begin the transition to www.burnsvillemn.gov, and asks anyone who has the site “bookmarked” to begin updating the address.

“Our hope is that visitors to the website will find that much of the information they needed on the old site is still there – hopefully it’s just easier to find and use,” said Burnsville Communications Coordinator Marty Doll. “We are very excited about this change, and are hoping that our residents and businesses will have a much easier time navigating the site.”

To see the new website, visit www.burnsvillemn.gov.
Dec 24, 2018
Burnsville_Community_television.pdf
Burnsville Community TelevisionThe Burnsville Bulletin newspaper profiles Burnsville Community Television Fall 2017.Oct 09, 2018
Bulletin252020182520Issue25204_sm.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Fall 2018The quarterly publication published by the City of Burnsville for residents and businesses.Oct 03, 2018
cable_tv_burnsville.pdf
Volunteer with Burnsville Community TelevisionBurnsville Cable Television brochure 2018.Aug 29, 2018
Bulletin2018ssummer~0.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Summer 2018A publication of the City of Burnsville Volume 28, Number 3. Topics include: Burnsville Drinking Water is Again Certified Safe, Odd-Even Watering Restrictions in Effect, Burnsville Begins Work on 2019 Budget, Municipal Primary Election Set for Aug. 14, City Hall Upgrades Community Rooms, Restrooms and More, First Nature Play Area Now Open at Terrace Oaks East, International Festival July 21, Fire Muster rolls into town September 5 - 8, Nominations open for Burnsville Community Builders, Ames Center update, Chris Walker Named Burnsville’s First Firefighter of the Year, Night to Unite is Tuesday, Aug. 7, and Citizens Academy Provides In-Depth Look at Police Work.Jul 17, 2018
Burnsville_Utility_bill_rates_2018.pdf
City produced brochures -2018City of Burnsville Utility Bill - 2018 rates. An informational brochure created by the City of Burnsville to announce the 2018 monthly rates and charges for residents and businesses.Jun 05, 2018
City_of_Burnsville_I_volunteer_2018.pdf
City produced brochures City of Burnsville I volunteer - a brochure created by the City of Burnsville listing the variety of volunteer opportunities and experiences available for people of all ages and expertise. Administration - Ames Center- Burnsville Community Television - Inspections - Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation and Facilities, Public Safety and more. More than 1000 people volunteer each year. 2018 publication.Jun 05, 2018
Bulletinspring_2018.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Spring 2018Volume 28 Number 2 - A publication of the City of Burnsville. Topics included: Newly renovated police department now open, Open house June 5, Erin L. Holznagel named 2017 Officer of the year, I Love Burnsville Week, Environment Updates, Impressions on Ice, Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser for the fire department, Outdoor summer concerts and movies, The Dakota County Environmental Guide for 2018, Ames Center update, Community garage sale, Development and Redevelopment, Home Owners workshops, New Archery range to open on Zenith Avenue, Burnsville's new fire truck, Two Council seats up for election in 2018 and applications open for Advisory Commissions.Apr 11, 2018
Summer_1997_parks_and_rec.pdf
City of Burnsville 1997 Summer ActivitiesAn informational booklet published by the City of Burnsville for residents featuring activities for youth, teens, young adults and the entire family.Apr 01, 2018
Burnsville_Parks_summer_1994.pdf
Burnsville Parks and Recreation Summer 1994Published by the City of Burnsville to inform residents of Summer activities in 1994.Mar 20, 2018
Fresh_look_for_web_2018.pdf
Fresh look coming to City website 2018The Burnsville Bulletin Winter 2018 reports the City will redesign its website during the year.Jan 26, 2018
Bulletinwinter_2018~1.pdf
Burnsville Bulletin Winter 2018A publication of the City of Burnsville Volume 28 Number 1 Topics include:Community Members Recognized with ‘Life Saving Award’, State of the City Address, Ames Center Events, City Council Recognizes Nine ‘Community Builders’, Help Prioritize Burnsville Parks Plan, Need for Home Safety Heats Up in Winter, Events for Adults 62+,City Council adopts 2018 budget, Residential City Utility Rates, 2018 Proposed Roadwork Projects, Fresh Look Coming to Burnsville.org, Four Burnsville Businesses Named ‘Employers of Excellence’, Students to Explore Local Government Jobs, Burnsville to Allow Short-Term Vacation Rentals, How Gardens Can Protect Water Quality, Ames Center Now Recycling Organics, Burnsville Community Foundation Raising Funds for ‘HOMAGE’ and Newest K-9 Team Hits the Streets,
Sculpture to Show Support for Law Enforcement, First Responders
Jan 23, 2018
community_guide_available.pdf
Community Guide Owners Manual now available 1999Burnsville Bulletin Fall, 1977 announces the publication of a Community Guide.Jan 16, 2018
New_Burnsville_Bulletin__Spring_1998.pdf
Welcome to our new Burnsville BulletinSpring 1998 -The Burnsville Bulletin announces a revamped format...Jan 03, 2018
water_quality_brochure.pdf
Water Quality brochureHow Burnsville residents can help preserve it...1990s.Jan 02, 2018
summer_1996_parks.pdf
Parks and Recreation 1996A publication of the City of Burnsville featuring summer activities.Jan 02, 2018
summer_1997_parks.pdf
Parks and Recreation 1997A publication of the City of Burnsville Parks and Recreation - New in 97 - Teen Events, youth camps and Gardening clubs.Jan 02, 2018
summer_fun_1999.pdf
Parks and Recreation 1999Summer Fun - a publication of the City featuring summer activities.Jan 02, 2018
summer_fun_2000.pdf
Parks and Recreation 2000Summer fun 2000 - published by the City of Burnsville featuring summer activities including the Garage Teen Center.Jan 02, 2018
Parks_and_Rec_1990.pdf
Parks and Recreation 1990A publication of the City of Burnsville featuring summer activities and a map showing parks and recreation locations.Jan 02, 2018
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