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Residents can vote by mail or cast their ballot in person from Sept. 17 to Nov. 1.
The road will be closed from Dudley Avenue to Larpenteur Avenue. A signed detour will be in place using Como Avenue, Eustis Avenue and Larpenteur Avenue.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the Metro Bowhunters Resource Base, will conduct controlled archery deer hunts this fall throughout the county parks system.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi held a press conference September 8 announcing new office policy.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation is moving to a new online reservation system designed by CivicRec on October 6, 2021. As part of this transition, online reservations will not be available September 27 through October 6. Reservations can still be made during this time by calling 651-266-0300.
The closure is expected to only last one day. Motorists should use alternate routes.
The project is led by Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District. A signed detour will be in place using Edgerton Street, LaBore Road and Arcade Street.
Ramsey and Washington county residents will have a new way to recycle food scraps from home, whether they live in an apartment, condo or house, starting late 2022 into 2023.
Thanks to a BizRecycling grant in 2019, Basic Needs Thrift Shop (formerly Stone Soup) has been able to cut its trash volume in half, reduce its garbage bill by 50% and save more than $6,000 a year.
The 2021 theme for National Preparedness Month is Prepare to Protect. Review tips on how to prepare at home and at work.
Share your thoughts about public perception and opinions regarding natural, technological and man-made hazards in Ramsey County.
As the 2021-2022 school year begins, families can request free face masks through the A Mask for Everyone program.
County Manager Ryan O’Connor has proposed a biennial budget of $772.8 million for 2022 and $781.9 million for 2023. This represents a 3.2% increase of $24 million in 2022 and a 1.2% increase of $9 million in 2023.
The proclamation was read at the Aug. 24 board meeting.
The Ponds at Battle Creek is scheduled to close at the end of Sept. 12, 2021.
Ramsey County is hosting a virtual community conversation about its 2022-23 budget. Attendees will hear more about the budget and have the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback.
The updated page features clearly defined steps on how to register for and use DemandStar, and new short videos to help prospective vendors.
Residents are invited to submit public comments through Friday, Sept. 3.
A signed detour will be in place using Hazelwood Street, Viking Drive East, North Barclay Street, Gervais Avenue and Duluth Street.