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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.
It’s not too late. And there are good reasons why you should still get a flu shot from one of the many places where the vaccine is now available.
Staff from six county departments are now onsite providing assistance at the Saint Paul Opportunity Center that has opened at the Catholic Charities facility.
Get information on finding your polling place, registering on Election Day and election results.
All Ramsey County golf courses have closed for the 2019 season.
A popular winter attraction will return to Minnesota this season with a new location at Long Lake Regional Park in the suburb of New Brighton.
Prepare for winter by reviewing daily safety tips and checking your emergency kits and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
Eight convenient early voting locations will open across the county so residents can vote prior to Election Day.
Ramsey County continues to offer services to Water Gremlin employees impacted by lead dust at the company's White Bear Township location.
View the number of absentee ballots accepted to date by precinct.
Tamarack Nature Center will be closing at noon on Saturday, Oct. 26 in preparation for its Trick-or-Treat event. The Nature Center building, Discovery Hollow, garden and trails will all be closed. The nature center will open to event ticket holders starting at 3 p.m. Regular hours for the general public will resume on Sunday, Oct. 27.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Ramsey County.
Seventy-eight community members and stakeholders attended this year’s Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) annual meeting on Sept. 23. The theme of this year’s meeting was “I am Community!” to showcase how members of the CAC and its committees/councils represent residents of Ramsey County.
The risks of lead exposure are most dangerous for children under 6 and pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Participate in small group discussions to select the next set of indicators that will guide county programs and budgets for the next 10 years.