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Registration for summer day camp programs at Tamarack Nature Center opens on Tuesday, March 2. Camps are available to children ages 3 to entering 8th grade. Most camps run Monday–Thursday and are offered weekly from June 28–August 19.
Public Health's sexual and reproductive health clinic is now offering an HIV testing kit. Clinic 555 will mail the kit to eligible individuals to test for HIV at home..
Help keep lead out of the environment and protect wildlife by participating in Ramsey County’s lead tackle exchange program.
March 11 community conversation seeks input about county social services from Southeast Asian residents
Ramsey County Southeast Asian residents and service providers are invited to share feedback about the county’s social services during a virtual community conversation on Thursday, March 11 at 3 p.m.
The inspection is complete and found that the bridge is safe and structurally sound for vehicle and truck traffic.
Share your experience of 2020 in essays, creative nonfiction, short stories or poetry.
If batteries are thrown in the trash, they can cause a spark which could start a fire and endanger individuals and surrounding property.
Here's how to dispose of batteries safely.
The program provides financial assistance to families with children who miss free/reduced-price meals at school because of distance or hybrid- learning due to COVID-19.
The presentation was made during the Feb. 16 board meeting.
Nearly $30 million in proposed road construction and maintenance projects have been approved for the upcoming 2021 season. Most projects will begin in the summer.
Nominate an individual or group who has contributed exceptionally to the support and empowerment of the county’s youth through personal, academic or career development.
Starting February 17 through April 14, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide will provide tax preparation at the library in Maplewood.
The proclamation was read at the Feb. 9 board meeting.
We invite you to try out a variety of outdoor winter activities such as kicksledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and more through this free event.
Karen business owners that provide social or support services for the elderly, people with disabilities, families or youth and are interested in contracting with Ramsey County are invited a virtual town hall on Wednesday, March 10.
A fourth round of applications will be accepted for the Small Business Relief Fund until Feb. 5.
The City of Roseville, a Minnesota GreenStep City, is working to protect valuable natural resources and build a sustainable future for its residents.
According to Ramsey County Master Gardener Volunteers, February is the best time to prune your trees.
With many types of disposable cups, straws and utensils available, trying to figure out how to dispose of them can be confusing. Ramsey County has sorted it out for you.
Pavilion on Berry is an apartment community offering comfortable, off-campus housing for University of Minnesota students and surrounding colleges. In 2019, Pavilion on Berry management staff had significant issues with finding non-recyclable materials in the recycling.