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Aquatic invasive species (AIS) such as zebra mussels threaten the health of Minnesota's beloved lakes.
An in-person job fair at Allianz Field.
The project is expected to be fully complete by August 2021.
Face coverings are now optional for visitors and staff working at most county facilities. Masks are still recommended for people who are not vaccinated to protect themselves and others as best as possible.
The board has directed the County Manager to join other early adopters to advocate for the adoption of Juneteenth as an official state and national holiday.
Repairs are expected to last several weeks. Larpenteur Avenue will remain closed and detoured until work is complete.
An excessive heat warning has been issued for Ramsey County until 8 p.m. on June 10. Find safety tips and cooling spaces in Ramsey County.
Battle Creek Waterworks opens for the 2021 season starting June 12!
The alert is in effect through 9 p.m. Friday, June 4. Air pollution is expected to reach a level considered unhealthy for sensitive groups
On June 3, the Workforce Innovation Board of Ramsey County (WIB) recognized the recipients of the 2021 Vern Vick Memorial Award: Dan Rossiter, Paul Ramsour and Kenny Cutler.
The swimming beach at Lake McCarrons County Park in Roseville is closed and unguarded as of June 2, 2021.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation has launched an educational campaign called “Clean In, Clean Out” to help stop the spread of invasive species.
Summer lawn care season is in full swing! Did you know that certain lawn maintenance activities can improve water quality for lakes, rivers and wetlands?
The free online resource allows residents, businesses and community organizations to read, research, download and analyze county data.
Plan a trip to the beach! Ramsey County beaches will open May 28 — just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
The proclamation honors the irreplaceable roles of Asian American and Pacific Islanders through economic, social, civic, cultural and other contributions in Ramsey County.
The report draws on input and knowledge shared by community members through a series of 49 conversations held from November 2020 to February 2021.
Ramsey County Attorney John J. Choi held a press conference May 20 to announce charging in the State of Minnesota v. Nicholas Firkus
Ramsey County is hosting a series of virtual community conversations about its 2022-23 budget to build transparency and awareness and engage community members in the budgeting process.
The county board has voted to revise its policy to no longer require face coverings outdoors but continuing face mask requirements of staff and visitors while indoor county facilities.