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County residents can now buy discounted compost bins year-round through the Recycling Association of Minnesota.
As a part of Child Support Awareness Month, the Ramsey County Attorney's Office is offering extended evening hours from 4:30-7 p.m. on Wednesdays during August.
Find cooling spaces and access tips on how to stay healthy and safe during periods of high heat.
The swimming beach at Lake McCarrons County Park in Roseville is closed and unguarded as of July 10.
The 106th Annual Ramsey County Fair will take place from July 10-14 at the county fairgrounds in Maplewood.
A public sale will be held of thousands of items from the residential treatment facility which is closing in August.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi held a press conference July 2 to announce the addition of a facility dog to assist crime victims and witnesses. Norie, a two-year old purebred Golden Retriever, will provide quiet companionship to adults and children who are victims and witnesses to crime. She is highly trained for the purpose of putting victims and witnesses at ease so they can better participate in the prosecution process and ease the natural tension that comes with highly traumatic experiences.
Goodrich and The Ponds at Battle Creek golf courses were recently honored with the National Golf Foundation Customer Loyalty Award, a prestigious award recognizing golf facilities with exceptional customer satisfaction scores. In addition, The Ponds at Battle Creek was selected as one of the top five facility winners among all NGF course participants in the Less than $70 green fee category.
Ramsey County Commissioner District 1 voters may choose to vote early for the August 13 Special Primary by using an absentee ballot.
Learn about the county’s 2018 financials, service highlights and major initiatives.
Ramsey County foster care and adoptions have been nationally recognized as innovators in supporting and serving LGBTQ2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning and two-spirit) youth and families.
Public Works will raise the height of a short stretch of pavement near the railroad bridge in mid-July to prevent future flooding issues.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at CareerForce North St. Paul.
Repairs will focus on areas that have required significant patching in recent years between Snelling Avenue and State Farm Road. Business access will be available.
For the first time in more than 30 years, Battle Creek Regional Park is getting a new master plan.The process will include extensive community engagement over the summer.
Update: I-694 reopened to traffic in both directions early Sunday morning.
Ramsey County offers a variety of services for individuals and families struggling with substance use and chemical health concerns.
Work will include surface repairs and maintenance to prevent future potholes. Business access will be maintained.
On June 6, the Workforce Innovation Board of Ramsey County acknowledged Steve Randall, community youth worker with Saint Paul's Parks and Recreation Department, as the winner of the 2019 Vern Vick Memorial Award.