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The board of commissioners has proclaimed the week of May 14-20 as National Police Week in honor of the dedicated service of law enforcement officers in Ramsey County and across the nation.
A grand opening ceremony will be held for the new Tuj Lub courts at 9 a.m. at Keller Regional Park on June 10.
Proclamation honors the county's nearly 300 dedicated full-time and intermittent correctional officers, sergeants, lieutenants, captains and support staff.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at the Saint Paul WorkForce Center and North Saint Paul Workforce Development Center.
Krueger will oversee a $26 million budget and 75 staff responsible for operations, maintenance and improvements at more than 20 owned and leased properties throughout Ramsey County.
Public Health is accepting applications for mini-grants to improve health.
Parking lot resurfacing will take place at Battle Creek Regional Park and off-leash dog area.
Free, guided bird walks at Tamarack Nature Center are offered on select Saturdays in April and May.
The award recognizes stakeholders who make excellent use of data to drive decisions and who innovate and engage traditional and non-traditional partners in the reform agenda.
Ramsey County is planning a northern extension of the Birch Lake Regional trail to County Road J.
The proposed development features a four-star hotel, residential, office, retail and public space.
Several free workshops are available for jobseekers on an ongoing basis at the Saint Paul WorkForce Center.
Ramsey County has opened an affiliate Workforce Development Service Center in North St. Paul located at 2266 2nd Street North.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Learn about the county's work as a Start by Believing community.
Ramsey County Attorney John J. Choi and Washington County Attorney Pete Orput held a joint press conference March 29 to announce charges in a multi-defendant human trafficking enterprise
Twenty-three Ramsey County owned facilities will go dark March 25, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m for Earth Hour.
Registration is open for two public maple syrup programs at Tamarack Nature Center in March.
The report recommends five action areas across all segments of the community to promote safe schools.
Ramsey County Library - Roseville is hosting a series on Wednesdays in March to view and discuss the RACE - The Power of an Illusion film series.
Three community engagement meetings will be held for the public to provide feedback on the proposed trail extension.