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Hugo Road will be closed from County Road J to Buffalo Street. Local access will be maintained.
Now that the trick-or-treaters have come and gone, Ramsey County residents can drop off their pumpkins, hay bales or corn stalks for free at Ramsey County's seven yard waste sites.
Not all lightbulbs can go in the trash when they no longer work. Here’s how to know which ones can go in the trash and which ones should be taken to a household hazardous waste collection site.
If you’d like to help the planet, save some money and maybe even pay it forward to help others, consider purchasing used, or upcycled goods. Buying used or upcycled goods helps keep those items out of the trash. Instead of going to waste, many items can be reused. And, with low prices, thrift stores can help people save money on clothing, winter wear and other necessities. You can also find unique items for great prices. Many thrift stores also support charitable organizations.
Cummins Sales and Services in White Bear Lake is one of numerous Cummins offices in the U.S. They are a multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, distributes and services engines and power generation products. General Manager, John Haine, wanted to improve recycling and start food scraps collection at the White Bear Lake location, so he applied for and received a BizRecycling grant.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North Saint Paul locations.
Ramsey County Library, in partnership with YWCA Minneapolis and Do Good Roseville, is hosting two sessions of Confronting Racism: Minnesota Style on Thursday, November 2 and December 7.
Beginning November 13, the Finance department will be located in the Metro Square building. This includes the procurement (purchasing) division.
The Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in identifying a individuals suspected of placing a skimming device at a Shoreview credit union ATM in late September.
Goodrich, Keller, Manitou Ridge and The Ponds at Battle Creek prepare for winter and the end of the 2017 golf season.
Parks & Recreation and Public Works are preparing early design plans for an extension of the Lake Links Regional Trail. A second community meeting for the proposed trail will be held on December 7.
The Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries is hosting a Pop-Up Used Book Sale October 26-28 at the Ramsey County Library in Shoreview.
We've launched a monthly e-newsletter to share news and events from across Ramsey County government with residents, businesses and partners.
The Policy Advisory Committee will collect comments on the recommendation of a modern streetcar route as the draft locally preferred alternative.
The draft 2018-2019 MFIP Biennial Service Agreement is available for public comment.
The City of Maplewood has long been committed to sustainability. Maplewood was one of the first cities to sign onto the Minnesota GreenStep Cities program in 2010.
During the fall months there are several steps recommended by the Ramsey County Master Gardeners to take to get your garden ready for next spring.
Pay attention to your lawn this fall to give you healthy grass next spring. Here are some suggestions from Ramsey County Master Gardeners:
Recognizing the current financial hardship that many businesses are experiencing, BizRecycling created Relief grants—up to $10,000 each—for small businesses in Ramsey County and Washington County. Businesses are eligible for a Relief grant even if they’ve already received a BizRecycling grant, and Relief grants fund a wider range of costs than regular grants.
Fall rates at Ramsey County golf courses will begin on Oct. 2 and will be in effect through the end of the season