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Ramsey County cross-country ski trails have been groomed and are currently in fair condition with some bare spots.
View cold weather safety tips and shelter information.
Camps are available for children ages 3-14.
On Wednesday, February 20 Otter Lake dog park will be closed to the public.
Members will work with the Ramsey County Historical Society to select and guide local artists in creating new art for display in the Council Chambers.
The award recognizes individuals and groups contributing the support and empowerment of Ramsey County youth. Nominations are open until March 15.
Grants are available for Ramsey County businesses interested in worksite wellness projects. Applications are due March 1.
The designation is based on circulation numbers, visits per capita, program attendance and public internet usage.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North St. Paul locations.
The annual dog-friendly event includes dog experts, rescue adoptions and the crowning of the Saint Paul Winter Carnival canine king and queen.
Former Parks & Recreation director, commission member awarded by Minnesota Recreation and Park Association
Jon Oyanagi is the recipient of the 2018 Clifton E. French Award, while Gale Pederson is the recipient of the 2018 Board and Commission Award.
Help collect information that impacts funding to serve people experiencing homelessness in Ramsey County.
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