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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.
County library locations offer individual basic computer and technology help sessions by appointment.
The Ramsey County Law Library is celebrating National Library Week from April 9-13. The 2018 theme for National Library Week is Libraries Lead.
Prepare for severe weather season by reviewing safety and awareness tips and participating in tornado drills on April 12.
Learn about support resources and the 10th anniversary Out of Darkness Intro Light walk.
In 2015, Ramsey County moved to a Service Team Structure. This change allows the county to best capitalize on its strengths and talent in pursuit of the board’s vision of a community where all are valued and thrive.
Three organizations and two individuals were honored with Public Health Awards on April 3 for their exceptional contributions to addressing health issues and advancing health equity in the community.
Free household hazardous waste mobile collection sites are offered from April - October.
Have questions about the value of your property? Meet with representatives from the Assessor's Office at Open Book meetings April 3 and 4.
Karen Francois will join Ramsey County as Deputy County Manager – Information and Public Records on May 1, 2018.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North St. Paul locations.
We are conducting a survey to help us better understand and serve our residents and businesses – especially relating to property tax, document recording, property valuation and election services.
County yard waste collection sites are now open regular season hours.
The 2018 Assessor’s Report details changes and trends in assessed property values in Ramsey County based on type and location.
Keep the guide as a handy reference on household recycling and other recycling services offered to county residents.
The mixed-use development includes 1,460 housing units, a walkable town center, commercial space and active green spaces.
Volunteers of all ages are needed for the annual Earth Day Cleanup on April 28 at Battle Creek Regional Park.
Ramsey County has become the first agency in Minnesota to receive the Human Rights Campaign’s All Children-All Families Seal of Recognition.
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.