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A drop-off site in Arden Hills is accepting donations of Personal Protective Equipment for the county's COVID-19 response.
Ramsey County veterans who have experienced negative financial impacts as a result of COVID-19 can apply for a one-time financial relief grant funded by the Minnesota Legislature.
Ramsey County will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this spring. Burns are planned to begin in late April and run through June.
Prepare for severe weather season by reviewing safety and awareness tips.
All Ramsey County Parks & Recreation playgrounds, including Discovery Hollow at Tamarack Nature Center, will be closed until further notice. The closure is intended to help reduce the spread of coronavirus and protect the health and safety of the community.
Ramsey County is evaluating the best way to engage volunteers in our organization during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The county is working with local and state partners on options to create flexibility for taxpayers facing financial hardship
A signed detour will be in place using Highway 280, Highway 36 and I-35E.
The location will provide 24/7 symptom monitoring, meals, security and transportation to and from the site for individuals experiencing homelessness.
In 2020, the county will lead or participate in 50 projects that will improve transportation in the east metro.
Service delivery will minimize person-to-person contact while providing effective and equitable operations during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning Tuesday, March 17, Ramsey County will suspend all walk-up services except for emergency and 24/7 operations. Phone-based and online services will still be available.
Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health is following guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) related to mitigation of COVID-19.
Work begins in March to rebuild Dale Street between Iglehart and University avenues. Several closures and traffic changes will begin in late March to prepare for construction.
She has served as the department's interim director and a member of the county's senior management team since June 2019
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has confirmed Minnesota’s first presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The case, an older adult resident of Ramsey County, recently traveled on a cruise ship with a known COVID-19 case.
Keep the guide as a handy reference on household recycling and other recycling services offered to county residents.
Twenty-three Ramsey County-owned facilities will go dark on March 28 from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m for Earth Hour.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications to serve on the Community Health Services Advisory Committee and the Parks and Recreation Commission.