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Volunteers are needed for the annual Earth Day Cleanup on April 27 at Tamarack Nature Center.
Ramsey County has partnered with the Autism Society of Minnesota (AUSM) to create sensory-friendly hours at Battle Creek Waterworks.
Ramsey County is making some land available for seasonal community use. Applications must be received by May 2.
I-694 will be closed in both directions from 10 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday to allow crews to remove the west half of the Rice Street bridge.
Sexual Assault Response Collaboration
The dashboard shows data and statistics on public safety calls managed by the Ramsey County Emergency Communications Center.
Seasonal positions at parks, golf courses, beaches and Battle Creek Waterworks are now available.
Dates and locations are being finalized and will be announced soon.
Two organizations and two individuals were honored with Public Health Awards on April 2 for their exceptional contributions to addressing health issues and advancing racial and health equity in the community.
County Manager O'Connor honored as one of '40 Under 40' award winners
County yard waste collection sites open on April 1 with regular season hours.
Free household hazardous waste mobile collection sites are offered from April - October.
Have questions about the value of your property? Meet with representatives from the Assessor's Office at the Open Book meetings.
Prepare for severe weather season by reviewing safety and awareness tips.
National Weather Service warning includes Mississippi River in Saint Paul.
The 2019 Assessor’s Report details changes and trends in assessed property values in Ramsey County based on type and location.
County Road B beneath the I-35E bridge at the border of Little Canada and Maplewood has been reopened.
J.B. Andersen will lead discussions on three subjects at Ramsey County Library - Roseville on Wednesdays in April.
The eastbound I-694 ramp to Rice Street and westbound I-694 ramp from Rice Street will be closed for approximately five months.
Crews are working around the clock to fix localized flooding and pothole issues on county roads.