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Ramsey County, in partnership with the Workforce Innovation Board (WIB), is partnering once again to provide Ramsey County businesses with an Executive Leadership Cohort learning experience.
Have you ever wondered where your trash goes after setting it on the curb or dropping it down a trash chute? Ramsey and Washington counties work together to manage waste through an organization called Ramsey/Washington Recycling & Energy (R&E).
In Ramsey County, climate change is causing periods of extreme cold, extreme heat, drought and flooding. This severe weather negatively affects our health, safety and wellbeing.
The new drop-off site, open 24 hours a day, year-round, will make it easier for residents to recycle food scraps.
Family coaching services for American Indian families and those caring for American Indian children are now available through Montessori American Indian Child Care Center.
Early registration is recommended, as camps often fill quickly.
Join us at Battle Creek Regional Park for a brief program and ribbon cutting for the new winter recreation area.
Housing Redevelopment Authority approves remediation funding for two local projects.
The proclamation was read at the Jan. 17 board of commissioners meeting.
Heading Home Ramsey and a team of volunteers will be conducting the annual Point-In-Time (PIT) homeless count that helps gauge the need for homeless assistance resources in Ramsey County and nationally.
Saint Paul, Maplewood and Ramsey County are partnering on deer management south of I-94 this winter, pursuant to the 2022/2023 Ramsey County Deer Management Program.
The building in Maplewood closed on Dec. 5 for an interior renovation. Due to the closure, the Service Center will relocate to the Maplewood Mall beginning Jan. 17.
The oaths of office took place at the Jan. 3 board of commissioners meeting.
The medicine drop box located by the City of Maplewood Police Department entrance will not be available after Feb. 1, 2023.
Wreaths, swags, boughs and other evergreen decorations should be placed in plastic bags and placed in the trash due to elongate hemlock scale.
View cold weather safety tips and warming spaces information.
Board of Commissioners approve investment of $6.75 million for three affordable housing development projects.
The proclamations for the retiring commissioners were read at the Dec. 20 board meeting.
Board of Commissioners vote to contribute $26 million to the Park at RiversEdge.
The awards were presented at the Dec. 13 board meeting.