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The county recognizes American Indian Month as an important time to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and histories of American Indian people.
The formal comment period runs through June 25, 2021. Informational Open Houses will be held on June 2, 3 and 17.
Nearly all state COVID-19 restrictions would end by May 28, and the statewide masking requirement would end once 70 percent of Minnesotans age 16 years and older get their vaccine, or by July 1.
The board of commissioners has proclaimed May 2-8 as Ramsey County Correctional Officers and Employees Week.
In the past, the recycling dumpsters at New Brighton View Apartments were often contaminated with trash. However, property manager Angela Paulson didn’t have the resources to share details about recycling with her residents. The BizRecycling program provided her with grant funds and helpful recycling education materials, including brochures, wall clings, posters, and even reusable recycling bags for each resident—all for free – that she could just grab and hand out to her residents. They have helped Paulson answer residents’ questions about recycling and reduce contamination.
When it rains it pours. Or so the saying goes. But in Saint Anthony Village, rainwater doesn’t just pour down the storm drain. The city has been making creative use of all its water resources since 2009.
Each May we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month as a great opportunity for the community to discuss and acknowledge the importance of mental health and wellness.
The proclamation was read at the April 27 board meeting.
A panel of industry experts share their insights on how leveraging tech skills and our Ramsey County tech ecosystem might support a transformative recovery?
Virtual healing circles will be led by experienced individual healers who are embedded in the community and use their lived experiences, expertise and training to facilitate a safe and comfortable environment for participants to express themselves.
All Ramsey County facilities that do not provide 24/7 services will close at 3:15 p.m on April 20. Events are being rescheduled.
The last year has brought many challenges to families, residents and staff as we all do our best to stay safe with COVID-19 continuing to circulate in our community. With most schools still closed or in a hybrid model in Ramsey County, child abuse still happens, but isn't as likely to be seen/reported by education professionals or other trusted adults.
The Salvation Army will lead the day-to-day operations and management of Bethesda Shelter.
Learn about the county's work around food security and basic needs, employment support, and racial equity and community engagement.
The program focuses on engaging historically underrepresented communities.
Government Procurement Virtual Training Week scheduled April 26-30, to feature 24 workshops for small businesses
More than 15 organizations will be presenting timely topics and time-tested basics to help small businesses grow and compete on government contracts.
The curfew will be in effect from 10 p.m. - 6 a.m. During curfew, travel is prohibited on public streets and in public places for most people.
Ramsey County Board of Commissioners Chair Toni Carter opened the April 13 board meeting with a statement regarding the recent killing of Daunte Wright.
The Riverview Corridor project team is looking for artists who are both engaged in their communities and are interested in making a difference through this project.
The closure is for an emergency repair of the railroad crossing east of Rice Street and will last one day. A signed detour will be in place.