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According to Ramsey County Master Gardener Volunteers, February is the best time to prune your trees.
With many types of disposable cups, straws and utensils available, trying to figure out how to dispose of them can be confusing. Ramsey County has sorted it out for you.
Pavilion on Berry is an apartment community offering comfortable, off-campus housing for University of Minnesota students and surrounding colleges. In 2019, Pavilion on Berry management staff had significant issues with finding non-recyclable materials in the recycling.
The Library is one of three in Minnesota to be named a Star Library for 2020.
Ramsey County is making some land available for seasonal community use. Priority applications due by Feb. 28.
Take a virtual tour of the cutting-edge Ramsey/Washington Recycling & Energy Center.
The award was presented during the Jan. 26 board of commissioners meeting.
The change to Libby by OverDrive will take two months.
Four lifeguard certification course dates are available this spring in Ramsey County.
Parks & Recreation is looking for the community's help to realize its 21st Century Parks Vision, starting with a virtual town hall on January 26.
This winter, Ramsey County’s parks have been busier than ever. New winter maps for the regional parks are now available, which will make it easier to identify which trails are open for different activities this season.
The National Day of Racial Healing is in conjunction with others throughout the United States.
Testing is available seven days a week, with results provided by Vault Health via email or by phone within 24-48 hours.
He will begin serving in the new position on Jan. 25 reporting to County Manager Ryan O’Connor.
Beginning this month, crews will start to remove 400 ash trees located at designated Ramsey County Parks & Recreation sites, including parks, golf courses and arena parking lots. The project will prevent further spread of emerald ash borers (EAB), an invasive species that damages and kills ash trees.
The proclamation was read on Jan. 12 at the board meeting.
The report includes goals, objectives and recommendations to address community needs related to the pandemic.
Commissioners Nicole Joy Frethem, Mary Jo McGuire and Victoria Reinhardt took the oath of office for their 2021-2024 terms on Jan. 5.
Order a radon test kit from Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health to test levels in your home.
With the continued threat of the Elongate Hemlock Scale, an invasive tree insect, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture advises that you not leave your evergreen holiday tree in your yard all winter.