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County golf courses will begin opening the week of April 23.
Ramsey County will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this spring. Burns are planned to begin in April and run through June.
The Vadnais Sports Center dome is currently closed due to a collapse on April 15. The facility's ice rinks, weight room and meeting room remain open.
Volunteers of all ages are needed for the annual Earth Day Cleanup on April 28 at Battle Creek Regional Park.
The proposed project would enhance and restore backwater habitat by creating island and wetland features.
Seasonal positions at parks, golf courses, beaches and Battle Creek Waterworks are now available.
Parks & Recreation is currently hiring lifeguards for the 2018 beach and water park season.
Get ready for a summer of adventure! Camps are available for ages 3 - entering 8th grade.
Ramsey County cross-country ski trails have been groomed and are currently in good or fair condition. Classic tracks are available in most locations.
Parks & Recreation is celebrating Energy Week January 5 - 11 at all Ramsey County Arenas.
Free skating, hockey and park programs for all ages are available to keep kids and adults active over winter break.
Saint Paul, Maplewood and Ramsey County are partnering on deer management south of I-94 this winter, pursuant to the 2017 Ramsey County Deer Management Program.
Pick up the perfect gifts for the golf lover on your holiday list at Goodrich this weekend!
Open skate, hockey and dome programs are free at Vadnais Sports Center and Charles M. Schulz-Highland Arena.
Parks & Recreation and Public Works are preparing early design plans for an extension of the Lake Links Regional Trail. A second community meeting for the proposed trail will be held on December 7.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the Metro Bowhunters Resource Base, will again conduct controlled archery deer hunts this fall throughout the county parks system.
The playground at Battle Creek Regional Park will be replaced in 2018. A series of community meetings will be held to determine what kind of play structure should replace the current playground.
Three open-house style listening sessions will be held to review data from the recent off-leash dog area survey.
Battle Creek Waterworks will be open through August 27.