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One year ago, Keller Golf Course and The Ponds at Battle Creek partnered with The First Tee of the Twin Cities to establish a school golf program as part of their junior golf initiatives. The partnership was recently awarded $5,000 through the Minnesota Golf License Plate Grant.
Pick up the perfect gifts for the golf lover on your holiday list at the Keller Golf Course Pro Shop this weekend!
Volunteers help staff the 24-hour crisis line during nights and weekends. Free, extensive training begins in February 2020.
A trail at Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park will be temporarily closed starting Dec. 3. During the trail closure, a contractor will be conducting work as part of the Snail Lake Woodland Restoration Project, and machinery will be used to stack piles of invasive buckthorn for removal.
This online resource consolidates local, state and regional incentives and resources for existing and future businesses.
A winter storm warning is in effect for Ramsey County until noon Wednesday.
See video and additional resources related to the Nov. 25 Public Hearing on the proposed Ramsey County budget.
The westbound exit ramp will open Monday, Nov. 25 and the eastbound exit ramp will open Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Every five years, Ramsey County submits a Consolidated Plan to HUD which assesses the affordable housing and community development needs of suburban Ramsey County.
The holiday festivities at Union Depot in Lowertown include the outdoor European Christmas Market, free family holiday movie night and the popular Holiday Bake Sale.
Workforce Solutions is offering a 10-week career academy for young adults interested in learning more about careers in government.
The deadline to file for homestead status for property taxes paid in 2020 is Monday, Dec. 16, 2019.
District 1 Commissioner Nicole Frethem joins the Ramsey County Board.
Ramsey County received a $155,500 Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Women's Economic Security Act grant to support The Katherine Project.
As winter approaches, parks are preparing to for the season. Most parks remain open and offer portable restrooms located near beaches and boat launches.
The notice estimates the amount of property taxes owners will pay in 2020 if the county, cities, school districts and other taxing jurisdictions approve their respective budget proposals.
With growing tent encampments and more people living homeless in all seasons, Ramsey County will reopen the Safe Space as a year-round emergency shelter Tuesday, Nov. 12, on the lower level of the Government Center East building.
Mehrkens was honored with peer Twin Cities Chief Financial Officers at a ceremony on Nov. 7.
Results will be available on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.