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Burnsville is a city 15 miles south of downtown Minneapolis in Dakota County in the State of Minnesota. The city lies on the south bank of the Minnesota River, upstream from its confluence with the Mississippi River. Burnsville and nearby suburbs form the southern portion of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, the fifteenth largest metropolitan area in Minnesota. The population is 61,481.
Municipalities and communities of Dakota County, Minnesota.
Parks And Recreations
The city contains 1,800 acres (7.3 km2) of parkland spread throughout 79 parks and is managed by the Burnsville Parks Department which follows a Parks & Trails Master Plan. Only a third is developed and for recreation with the remainder preserved as natural habitat. Burnsville north border with the Minnesota River is within the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Crystal Lake is the city’s major recreation lake allowing boating, fishing, jet-skiing, and swimming. The Burnsville Skate Park is a free facility during summer hours. The Burnsville Ice Center has two large professional ice rinks.
The Burnsville Athletic Club is an all-volunteer youth sports league. It has an annual participation of nearly 1,300 players in the baseball leagues for grades K-12, 80–90 boys basketball teams in grades 3–12, and over 400 players in flag and tackle American football in grades 2–8. There are also traveling teams for boys’ and girls’ basketball, girls’ fast pitch softball, and 8th grade boys football, which play against similar teams from around the state at a higher competitive level. Other adult sports are provided through the city’s recreation department, other recreational organizations, and minor league groups.
Burnsville Independent School District 191, which includes Burnsville as well as parts of neighboring cities Savage and Eagan, currently has:
Two 9–12 high schools:
- Burnsville High School
- Cedar Alternative High School
Three 6–8 middle schools:
- Eagle Ridge Middle School (located in Savage)
- John Metcalf Middle School
- Joseph Nicollet Middle School
Ten K-5 elementary schools:
- Harriet Bishop (located in Savage)
- Edward D. Neill
- Gideon Pond
- Hidden Valley (located in Savage)
- Marion W. Savage (located in Savage)
- Sioux Trail
- Sky Oaks
- Vista View
- William Byrne
About 20.0% of Burnsville’s students attend Independent School District 196 schools; they include: Apple Valley High School, and Valley Middle School, in Apple Valley; and Echo Park Elementary School in Burnsville.
About 10.0% of Burnsville’s students attend Independent School District 194 schools; they include: Lakeville North High School, Kenwood Trail Middle School, and Orchard Lake Elementary all of which are in Lakeville.
Preschool and Early Childhood Education:
- Parents’ Choice For Kids Preschool and Childcare
- American Montessori
- Anna’s Bananas Daycare
- Child Development and Learning Center
- Destiny Christian Academy
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