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Testing is available seven days a week.
He will begin serving in the new position on Jan. 25 reporting to County Manager Ryan O’Connor.
Beginning this month, crews will start to remove 400 ash trees located at designated Ramsey County Parks & Recreation sites, including parks, golf courses and arena parking lots. The project will prevent further spread of emerald ash borers (EAB), an invasive species that damages and kills ash trees.
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.
The proclamation was read on Jan. 12 at the board meeting.
The report includes goals, objectives and recommendations to address community needs related to the pandemic.
Commissioners Nicole Joy Frethem, Mary Jo McGuire and Victoria Reinhardt took the oath of office for their 2021-2024 terms on Jan. 5.
Order a radon test kit from Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health to test levels in your home.
With the continued threat of the Elongate Hemlock Scale, an invasive tree insect, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture advises that you not leave your evergreen holiday tree in your yard all winter.
Latex and oil-based paint are the most common items dropped off at Ramsey County’s Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection sites. Their combined annual weight is more than 750,000 pounds – that’s heavier than three blue whales.
Sweet Science is a small-batch ice cream shop located in Saint Paul’s Keg and Case Market, with pints available in select grocery stores and eateries. This unique shop crafts every ice cream flavor from scratch in their Saint Paul kitchen using local and organic ingredients.
Community Career Labs provide free workforce support to job seekers and residents following adverse economic impacts and job losses caused by COVID-19, are available throughout the county.
The Workforce Innovation Board recently welcomed seven new members.
The safest way to celebrate is at home with only the people who live with you.
Travel will become very dangerous, if not impossible today and tonight.
Through the package, Ramsey County will receive $10.7 million to distribute to businesses. At this time, we anticipate that most of the funding will be used to supplement the Small Business Relief Fund.
If you are seeking a test through a clinic or hospital, please confirm available testing hours directly with the clinic or hospital.
All 11 Ramsey County arenas will remain closed to the general public through at least January 3. Arenas are projected to reopen on Monday, January 4 for youth and adult practices.
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services is repairing and updating a significant part of the regional sewer system in Saint Paul.
The 2021 budget includes a 0% increase to the property tax levy.