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For the safety and well-being of residents and employees and due to potential site-access issues, Ramsey County has closed its household hazardous waste collection sites and certain yard waste sites for the weekend. These sites will be closed May 29, May 30 and May 31.
I want to share with you how deeply saddened we all are by the devastating injustices that occur too frequently within our midst.
Ramsey County foster care and adoptions have been nationally recognized as innovators in supporting and serving LGBTQ2S+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning and two-spirit) youth and families.
I write today with the knowledge that I am at a loss for words that can fully express or even partially address the collective feelings of pain echoing throughout our organization this week. At a location only 10 miles from the front steps of the Ramsey County Courthouse, a black man died on the street while in the custody of his local government.
Applications will be accepted for the Small Business Relief Fund, providing grants of $7,500 to small businesses most in need of support.
Testing is available in Ramsey County at the East Saint Paul National Guard Training and Community Center, located at 1530 Maryland Avenue East.
Volunteer mentors will provide free assistance to local businesses by helping them navigate COVID-19 grant and loan relief opportunities.
Voting by mail is safe, easy and convenient. All voters can vote early in Minnesota.
The Racial Equity and Community Engagement Response Team will host a series of online community town halls spotlighting financial assistance, social services, veterans services, public health, community corrections and housing stability.
We recognize the foster care providers, policymakers and professionals who help youth find brighter futures and permanent homes.
The closures allow more room for social distancing by pedestrians and bicyclists. Please follow the posted signage and barricades to protect the safety of all road users.
With oversight from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, soil and surface water are cleaned up to residential standards.
Despite all in-person programs being canceled through at least August 31, Tamarack's naturalists are staying connected with the community on all things nature-related through virtual programming.
Even though mental health conditions are common and treatable like physical health conditions, many people are still afraid to talk about them due to feelings of shame, stigmas or fear of discrimination.
The road will be closed east of Londin Lane. A signed detour will be in place using McKnight Road, Highwood Avenue and Century Avenue.
Tamarack Nature Center has extended the Junior Assistant Naturalist application deadline to Sunday, May 5.
The sale features a variety of hanging baskets, deck pots, vegetables and herbs. Volunteers in Corrections is implementing COVID-19 safety procedures in line with guidelines for garden centers and nurseries.
Our 24/7 crisis line continues to be available during COVID-19. Resources are available to help prevent and understand sexual violence and to identify respectful boundaries in virtual spaces.
Six nationally-designated weeks are recognized that directly relate to many areas of service in the county.
The deadline for property taxes has been extended from May 15 to July 15, 2020 for qualifying property owners impacted by COVID-19.