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On June 6, the Workforce Innovation Board of Ramsey County acknowledged Steve Randall, community youth worker with Saint Paul's Parks and Recreation Department, as the winner of the 2019 Vern Vick Memorial Award.
Traffic should follow the posted detour using County Road C, Victoria Street and Woodhill Drive.
On June 8, lifeguard services will begin at guarded beaches and Battle Creek Waterworks will open for the summer.
Read, explore and create with the 2019 Summer Learning Program.
Open Ramsey County launches with increased its user experience.
Rush Line BRT to host Tuesdays on the Trail to inform about future of Bruce Vento Trail.
Share feedback on the program at the WaterFest booth or online.
This auction features 14 properties, including one "as-is" home, one "as-is" commercial building and 12 vacant lots.
Ramsey County wins Best of Show at Minnesota Association of Government Communicators' Northern Lights Awards
Since 2015, Ramsey County communications staff and projects have been recognized with 28 awards at the annual Northern Lights ceremony.
The closure is due to utility work on the south side of Larpenteur Avenue.
Planning a trip to the beach? Ramsey County beaches will open May 25 — just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
At that time, the last of six youth currently at the residential treatment facility will have completed the program.
Candidate filing will open June 4. Candidates must file in-person at the Ramsey County Elections Office.
We recognize the foster care providers, policymakers and professionals who help youth find brighter futures and permanent homes.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office will be visiting community parks on summer evenings getting to know residents and passing out free food and water.
Moore, a Health Educator with Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health, has been honored by the de Beaumont Foundation as one of their inaugural 40 Under 40 in Public Health.
This event is an opportunity for to resolve misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors and probation violation warrants without being arrested.
The board of commissioners has proclaimed May 12-18 as Police Week in honor of the dedicated service of law enforcement officers in Ramsey County and across the nation.
Events include walking tours, art programs and the Flint Hills Family Festival.
The road is expected to fully reopen to traffic after 7 p.m. on Friday, May 10.