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The County Manager has proposed a biennial budget of $741.7 million for 2020 and $763.4 million for 2021. Residents are encouraged to provide feedback via phone, online or in person.
Ramsey County residents can vote early for the primary election for County Commissioner District 1 from Aug. 6-10 and Aug. 12.
Volunteers help staff the 24-hour crisis line during nights and weekends. Free, extensive training begins in September 2019.
The Minnesota Chapter of NIGP (The Institute of Public Procurement) is hosting their Reverse Vendor Fair Open House on Tuesday, August 6 from 10:30 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Eagan Community Center.
Filing is open July 30 - August 13. A packet of filing information, including materials on campaign finance and voter information lists, will be provided to all who file.
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health conducts the assessment every five years to identify health conditions and needs of county residents.
Ramsey County Board of Commissioners moving forward with Riversedge – AECOM’s proposed development at the Riverfront Properties site in downtown Saint Paul.
The board of commissioners has issued a proclamation declaring July 21-27 as Pretrial, Probation and Parole Week.
Ramsey County’s Aldrich Arena will soon see facility upgrades through an improvements project that begins in July. Construction is expected to last through November 2019. Updates will include renovated family restrooms, LED lighting, and a new roof and fire suppression system.
County residents can now buy discounted compost bins year-round through the Recycling Association of Minnesota.
As a part of Child Support Awareness Month, the Ramsey County Attorney's Office is offering extended evening hours from 4:30-7 p.m. on Wednesdays during August.
Find cooling spaces and access tips on how to stay healthy and safe during periods of high heat.
The swimming beach at Lake McCarrons County Park in Roseville is closed and unguarded as of July 10.
The 106th Annual Ramsey County Fair will take place from July 10-14 at the county fairgrounds in Maplewood.
A public sale will be held of thousands of items from the residential treatment facility which is closing in August.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi held a press conference July 2 to announce the addition of a facility dog to assist crime victims and witnesses. Norie, a two-year old purebred Golden Retriever, will provide quiet companionship to adults and children who are victims and witnesses to crime. She is highly trained for the purpose of putting victims and witnesses at ease so they can better participate in the prosecution process and ease the natural tension that comes with highly traumatic experiences.
Goodrich and The Ponds at Battle Creek golf courses were recently honored with the National Golf Foundation Customer Loyalty Award.
Ramsey County Commissioner District 1 voters may choose to vote early for the August 13 Special Primary by using an absentee ballot.
Learn about the county’s 2018 financials, service highlights and major initiatives.