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In 2020, the county will lead or participate in 50 projects that will improve transportation in the east metro.
Service delivery will minimize person-to-person contact while providing effective and equitable operations during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning Tuesday, March 17, Ramsey County will suspend all walk-up services except for emergency and 24/7 operations. Phone-based and online services will still be available.
Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health is following guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) related to mitigation of COVID-19.
Work begins in March to rebuild Dale Street between Iglehart and University avenues. Several closures and traffic changes will begin in late March to prepare for construction.
She has served as the department's interim director and a member of the county's senior management team since June 2019
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has confirmed Minnesota’s first presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The case, an older adult resident of Ramsey County, recently traveled on a cruise ship with a known COVID-19 case.
Keep the guide as a handy reference on household recycling and other recycling services offered to county residents.
Twenty-three Ramsey County-owned facilities will go dark on March 28 from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m for Earth Hour.
Results will be available on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the presidential primary.
Are you ready to dig into your yard and garden? Or just excited to see something green and growing again? The Ramsey County Master Gardeners offer classes covering everything from vegetable and herb gardening, to home composting, to houseplant care, to pollinator habitat.
Meet Stacie Ware Joncas. A volunteer since the very first Fix-it Clinic in July 2015, Ware Joncas donates her time to be a “Runner” at the clinics, where she matches each person with an appropriate Fixer. She is a friendly face you’ve likely seen at the clinics.
Ray J’s American Grill, a family-friendly restaurant in Woodbury, couldn’t recycle because its trash enclosure was too small to add a recycling dumpster and the cost too great to expand it. So in 2018, Ray J’s applied for and received a grant from BizRecycling. The grant included free consultation from recycling experts and covered the cost of constructing a larger trash enclosure and adding recycling containers.
Ramsey County is developing a Recycling Ambassador program. We’re asking residents to help us develop how this new program will be carried out by taking a brief survey.
During the summer of 2019, Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health and Ramsey County Social Services hosted multiple Suicide Prevention Listening Sessions to hear about the community's experiences with current suicide prevention resources and ideas about how to spread awareness.
In some of the listening sessions, residents mentioned that they would like to see more information about mental health resources in Ramsey County. In response, Ramsey County’s Mental Health Advisory Council plans to help roll out a mental health awareness social media campaign.
Through the new partnership, the county's employment guidance counselors will have access to labor market information and local employment demands to better support residents.
Flooding can happen anywhere snow melts quickly or it rains heavily. The time to buy flood insurance is now.
Representatives from various Ramsey County departments will be available to discuss current job openings.