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Ramsey County Environmental Health held a hazardous waste general compliance training in the beginning of December. Find out how you can register to be notified of upcoming trainings.
Business that generate hazardous waste have a Hazardous Waste Identification Number (HWID): a unique number assigned to each site’s physical location. An HWID ensures hazardous waste can be tracked from generation to disposal.
We invite you to experience kick-sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and more all at one location.
Falcon Heights and White Bear Lake have new collection sites, which are open 24 hours a day.
Ramsey County Workforce Solutions is excited to announce the launch of Ramsey County Youth Works!
Census taker positions are temporary and pay $22.00 per hour.
Heading Home Ramsey and a team of volunteers will be conducting the annual Point-In-Time (PIT) homeless count that helps gauge the need for homeless assistance resources in Ramsey County and nationally.
Commissioner Toni Carter (District 4) has been elected Chair of the Board for 2020. Commissioner Mary Jo McGuire (District 2) was elected to serve as vice chair.
Early registration is recommended, as camps often fill quickly.
If you itemize your deductions and perform services for a qualified charitable organization, you can deduct your out-of-pocket expenses on your income tax return.
Traffic analyses and resident feedback support maintaining the three-lane road configuration.
The board of commissioners approved a budget of $741,707,421 in 2020. This represents a 0.5% increase over 2019.
Free, family friendly events and activities for residents.
Free law-related resources available for residents.
Margaret Lovejoy was recognized for her service and commitment to county children and families in need.
An antique Zamboni that has spent more than a dozen years tucked away in the basement of the Ramsey County Parks & Recreation maintenance shop will soon be given new life.
Nominations will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020.
Wreaths, swags, boughs and other evergreen decorations should be placed in plastic bags and placed in the trash due to elongate hemlock scale.
Michael Schumann was honored with the 2019 Watershed Excellence Award for Outstanding Partner by Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD). Schumann is a Landscape Designer for Ramsey County Parks & Recreation’s Soil & Water Conservation division.
Jon Reigstad, Keller Golf Course's Director of Instruction, has been named on “The Best Teachers by State” list for Golf Digest.