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Register for Constructing Success 2016 by Friday, February 19.
The application period for Rice Creek Commons master developer proposals is now open. Proposals must be submitted by March 9.
Job Connect links job seekers, employers and workforce professionals together.
A free, three-part series about the historical roots of the Black Lives Matter movement will be presented throughout February.
Two key leadership appointments have been made following the reorganization of Community Human Services into two new departments.
Two meetings discussing the Rush Line Corridor study will be held Thursday, Jan. 21.
This winter, Saint Paul youth have the chance to learn to skate and play hockey for free.
Public input is being sought on routes and technology for transit improvements within the corridor.
Public comment is currently being sought for the revised Ramsey County Emergency General Assistance (EGA) policy. The policy is set to become effective Feb. 8, 2016.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners has elected Victoria Reinhardt as Chair of the Board for 2016. Reinhardt succeeds Commissioner Jim McDonough who has served as chair since 2014.
All cross-country ski trails were packed Dec. 29 and are currently in fair condition. The Winter Recreation Rental Shack opens Dec. 30.
Stay active during the holiday break with open skate sessions at Ramsey County ice arenas.
Receive a free reusable oil jug when you visit household hazardous waste collection during the month of December.
Historic civil settlement agreement creates systemic change in how the Archdiocese of Saint Paul & Minneapolis protects children and responds to suspected incidents of child sexual abuse.
Enjoy a free holiday screening of The Polar Express at Union Depot on Dec. 18.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners today approved a $645 million budget for 2016.
Ramseycounty.us has been completely redesigned around usability and accessibility for an intuitive visitor experience on any device.
In November 2015, the Rice Creek Watershed District began restoring the section of Rice Creek between County Road I and 35W in Arden Hills with the goal of improving water quality. No impact on trail access is expected.