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Residents can vote by mail or cast their ballot in person from June 24 to Aug. 8.
Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health is sponsoring the ordinance, which would prohibit smoking, vaping and all commercial tobacco products on property owned and leased by Ramsey County.
The proclamation was read at the June 21 board of commissioners meeting.
An excessive heat warning has been issued for Ramsey County from June 19 - June 21. Find safety tips and cooling spaces in Ramsey County.
Press conference with Ramsey County leaders to announce action on gun safety.
The proclamation was read at the June 14 board of commissioners meeting.
Ramsey County partners with Just Deeds in an effort to disavow racial covenants.
In addition to our parks and trails, Parks & Recreation is offering a variety of free outdoor activities for all ages this summer!
The Workforce Innovation Board of Ramsey County (WIB) recognized the recipients of the 2022 Vern Vick Memorial Award: Scott Herold, Jenny Moore and Peg Thomas.
Construction begins to restore habitat on Pigs Eye Lake, located in upper Pool 2 of the Mississippi River near downtown Saint Paul. The project footprint will be approximately 40 acres and will provide benefits to more than 600 acres of Pigs Eye Lake and surrounding habitat.
Mothers First is creating a diaper bank to fill Ramsey County families’ urgent need for diapers through donations from the community.
The Minnesota Department of Health is seeking public comment on a new hospital proposed by M Health Fairview and Acadia Health Care.
Ramsey County launches new Early Childhood Academy providing incentives and support services to attract and retain child care programs.
Battle Creek Waterworks opened for the 2022 season on June 11.
If you see a black bear in Ramsey County, please report the sighting to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Public Health invites county residents and community partners to take an online survey to help determine how to prioritize resources to prevent opioid overdoses.
Ramsey County joins alliance to address racial and economic disparities in local communities.
Aquatic invasive species (AIS) such as zebra mussels threaten the health of Minnesota's beloved lakes.
One award is for the aquatic invasive species "Clean In, Clean Out" program and the other is for the Economic Competitiveness and Inclusion Plan.
The proclamation was read at the May 24 board meeting.