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County yard waste collection sites open on April 1 with regular season hours.
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 the Open Book meetings.
Prepare for severe weather season by reviewing safety and awareness tips.
National Weather Service warning includes Mississippi River in Saint Paul.
The 2019 Assessor’s Report details changes and trends in assessed property values in Ramsey County based on type and location.
County Road B beneath the I-35E bridge at the border of Little Canada and Maplewood has been reopened.
J.B. Andersen will lead discussions on three subjects at Ramsey County Library - Roseville on Wednesdays in April.
The eastbound I-694 ramp to Rice Street and westbound I-694 ramp from Rice Street will be closed for approximately five months.
Crews are working around the clock to fix localized flooding and pothole issues on county roads.
The eastbound lanes will be closed from 9 p.m. March 18 to noon on March 19. A signed detour will be available.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North St. Paul locations.
Digital copies are available in our online lookup system. Review your value notice carefully - the time to question or appeal is now.
Many homes and apartments that have never experienced flooding may have issues this spring due to record-breaking snowfall.
County residents are currently eligible for a discount on compost bins purchased through the Recycling Association of Minnesota.
Applications are currently open to fill three vacancies on the Ramsey County Charter Commission.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications to serve on various citizen advisory boards and committees.
With record-breaking snow amounts over the past few weeks, our Public Works crews are working hard to keep roadways clear.
More than 40 projects are planned for the 2019 construction and maintenance season.
The free app provides alerts about nearby sudden cardiac arrest victims in public locations so CPR-trained citizens may administer aid until responders arrive.