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The proclamation was read at the Nov. 23 board meeting.
The Ramsey County TechPak Initiative received first place in the Tech For Good category at the November 17, 2021, Tekne Awards, hosted by The Minnesota Technology Association (MnTech).
Open skate and hockey programs are available at Aldrich Arena, TCO Sports Garden and Charles M. Schulz-Highland Arena. Admission is free.
Winter program registration is now available at Tamarack Nature Center.
Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health invites all adult residents of the county to take an online health survey to help guide future public health efforts.
Join us for an adventure through our local parks! This winter, challenge yourself to get out of the house even when the weather is cold with our new scavenger hunt.
The employee achievement awards were presented at the Nov. 9 board of commissioners meeting.
Maplewood created a Mental Health Outreach Team (MHOT) in 2019 to help serve people with mental health concerns. In April 2021 the MHOT added an embedded Ramsey County social worker to their team to provide residents with another level of expertise, access to critical health history and connections to support services.
The proclamation was read on Oct. 29.
As we celebrate America Recycles Day on Nov. 15, we are taking a look at the ways recycling can help our communities. Most people know recycling benefits the environment. You might not know that recycling supports the economy, too.
As the cooler months settle in, consider these relatively cost-effective ways to weatherize your home. Weatherizing helps a home maintain temperature, conserve energy and save money on energy bills.
Ramsey County will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this fall. Burns are planned to take place throughout November.
Community members committed to advancing racial equity are being sought to join a new Racial Equity and Community Engagement Action Team.
The proclamation was read at the Oct. 26 board meeting.
The studies include Lake Johanna Boulevard in Arden Hills, Vadnais Boulevard in Vadnais Heights and Little Canada, and Victoria Street in Roseville and Shoreview.
The error involved approximately 3.5% of registered voters in Ramsey County. Corrected notices have been sent to impacted voters. Find your polling place at pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us.
Four additional in-person absentee voting sites open Nov. 1.
The board of commissioners has declared Oct. 24-30 Lead Poisoning Prevention Week in Ramsey County. Commissioner Jim McDonough read the proclamation at an East Side Neighborhood Development Company meeting on Oct. 5.
The proclamation was read at the Oct. 19 board meeting.
Beginning Dec. 1, Mr. Ganatra will lead the county’s Information Services department which has an annual operating budget of $26 million and more than 80 employees.