Saint Paul City Hall - Ramsey County Courthouse
The Saint Paul City Hall - Ramsey County Courthouse, located in downtown Saint Paul, contains offices for the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners, County Manager and Law Library, as well as the Mayor and City Council of Saint Paul and the State of Minnesota Second Judicial Courts.
A secure document drop-off box is available outside. These items should not be placed in the document boxes: cash payments, child support payments, library materials, gun permit applications, old records for shredding, city of Saint Paul documents and Court documents.
To connect with in-person assistance for a range of county services, visit a Ramsey County Service Center.
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
Saint Paul City Hall - Ramsey County Courthouse is a 21-story monument to art deco high-rise architecture.
Tours may include:
- Memorial Hall and Vision of Peace statue.
- Council Chambers, Mayor’s Office and courtroom.
- Law Library.
- Cohen Recognition Project.
- Art Deco features, woods (23 varieties from 18 countries) and marbles.
Self-guided tours can be taken during regular building hours.
Learn more about the history of 1920s and 1930s Art Deco throughout the Twin Cities by listening to this radio broadcast.
A virtual, 360-degree tours of Saint Paul City Hall - Ramsey County Courthouse is available. Users can navigate the virtual space by mouse or touchscreen. Points of interest and educational information are marked throughout the experience.