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The 2017 Assessor’s Report details changes and trends in assessed property values in Ramsey County based on type and location. The annual report is now available for review online.
All Ramsey County golf courses will open for the season on or before April 1.
Volunteers of all ages are needed for the annual Earth Day Cleanup on April 22.
Twenty-three Ramsey County owned facilities will go dark March 25, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m for Earth Hour.
Ramsey County's yard waste collection sites are now open for expanded regular season hours.
County residents are currently eligible for a discount on compost bins purchased through the Recycling Association of Minnesota.
Registration is open for two public maple syrup programs at Tamarack Nature Center in March.
The report recommends five action areas across all segments of the community to promote safe schools.
Annual 2017 property valuation notices and tax statements have been mailed and are also available online.
Ramsey County Library locations are offering several fun, engaging activities for youth of all ages during spring break.
Ramsey County Library - Roseville is hosting a series on Wednesdays in March to view and discuss the RACE - The Power of an Illusion film series.
Three community engagement meetings will be held for the public to provide feedback on the proposed trail extension.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners proclaimed March 7 as A Day of Action to End Domestic Violence in Ramsey County.
Learn about free jobseeker workshops offered at the Saint Paul WorkForce Center.
Memory Minders kits are specially created for caregivers who are caring for people experiencing memory loss.
Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier announces the creation of an employment recruiting initiative to continue efforts for racial and gender equity in the public safety workforce.
Parks and golf courses are hiring seasonal employees; Tamarack Nature Center is hiring seasonal and permanent employees.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation is in the process of drafting an off-leash dog area master plan and is seeking public input through an online user survey.
In January of 2016, former Sheriff Matt Bostrom and County Manager Julie Kleinschmidt commissioned a study to provide a complete, objective and unbiased analysis of staffing and operations of the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. The results are now available to read online.
The driving range at The Ponds at Battle Creek will open to customers at noon on Feb. 17.