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The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air quality alert for the Twin Cities effective Tuesday, Dec. 11 through 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.
The $738,118,609 budget was approved during the board's Dec. 11 meeting.
Commissioner Toni Carter was presented with the AMC President's Award, and former County Manager Julie Kleinschmidt received an Outstanding Service Award.
Enjoy savings on golf lessons and apparel at four of Ramsey County's golf courses.
This auction features 10 properties, including one "as-is" single-family home and one renovated single-family home.
The Ramsey County Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) held their annual meeting on September 24 to gather together and review how the group’s work is aligning with the county’s strategic priorities. Fifty-four CAC members from the seven committees attended and Commissioner Toni Carter lauded the group as community engagement leaders that help the county utilize resources to better serve residents.
This three-week course will take participants on a behind the scenes journey of the work and activities of the Sheriff’s Office.
As of December 1, Ramsey County's yard waste collection sites will be open limited winter hours.
The deadline to file for homestead status for property taxes paid in 2019 is Monday Dec. 17, 2018.
Allwood will assume his new position Dec. 26.
Saint Paul, Maplewood and Ramsey County are partnering on deer management south of I-94 this winter, pursuant to the 2018 Ramsey County Deer Management Program.
Two community meetings will take place this winter to discuss Parks & Recreation's master plan for the Rice Creek North Regional Trail.
Parks & Recreation will offer a number of free activities to keep families busy this winter. Open skating, hockey, and other park programs offer a little something for everyone to enjoy this December.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North St. Paul locations.
Celebrate the holiday season at Union Depot with a variety of family-friendly events!
The proposed downtown development doubles the site footprint and provides direct connections to the Mississippi River.
It’s not too late. And there are good reasons why you should still get a flu shot from one of the many places where the vaccine is now available.
As winter approaches, parks are preparing or closing for the season. Most parks remain open and offer portable restrooms located near beaches and boat launches.
With 15 years of experience as an environmental educator, Faris is starting her fourth year at Tamarack Nature Center. She’s the Naturalist Teacher for the ECFE classes and works in the preschool classes as well.
The notice estimates the amount of property taxes owners will pay in 2019 if the county, cities, school districts and other taxing jurisdictions approve their respective budget proposals.