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Commissioners Toni Carter, Trista MatasCastillo, Jim McDonough and Rafael Ortega took the oath of office for their 2019-2022 terms on Jan. 8.
Classes are available Monday evenings, Tuesdays at noon and Saturday mornings..
This is the ninth organics recycling collection site in the county and the second 24/7 site.
Order a radon test kit from Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health to test levels in your home.
Nominations will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Pick up your reading record bookmark at any Ramsey County Library starting Jan. 2.
The project breaks down geographical barriers to ensure the quickest response time to emergencies such as fires and cardiac arrest.
Winter program registration is now available at Tamarack Nature Center
Celebrate the beauty of a snowy landscape while making a playful paper collage of penguins in these free programs for youth ages 5-10.
Recording, assessing, passports and taxpayer services will be unavailable from 3-4:30 p.m. on Jan. 7 for staff training. Services will resume at 8 a.m. Jan. 8
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North St. Paul locations.
Residents can submit feedback on amending the 2040 Transportation Policy Plan to include the Riverview Corridor. A public hearing will be held Jan. 9.
Now until Jan. 11, 2019 residents are invited to review and submit feedback.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air quality alert for the Twin Cities effective Tuesday, Dec. 11 through 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.
The $738,118,609 budget was approved during the board's Dec. 11 meeting.
Commissioner Toni Carter was presented with the AMC President's Award, and former County Manager Julie Kleinschmidt received an Outstanding Service Award.
Enjoy savings on golf lessons and apparel at four of Ramsey County's golf courses.
This auction features 10 properties, including one "as-is" single-family home and one renovated single-family home.
The Ramsey County Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) held their annual meeting on September 24 to gather together and review how the group’s work is aligning with the county’s strategic priorities. Fifty-four CAC members from the seven committees attended and Commissioner Toni Carter lauded the group as community engagement leaders that help the county utilize resources to better serve residents.
This three-week course will take participants on a behind the scenes journey of the work and activities of the Sheriff’s Office.