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The playground at Battle Creek Regional Park will be replaced in 2018. A series of community meetings will be held to determine what kind of play structure should replace the current playground.
Free Homework Rescue online tutoring is available for students through the Ramsey County Library.
Fall programming at Tamarack kicks off in September and program registration is now live!
A draft of Ramsey County’s 2018-19 Child Care Assistance Program Plan has been released for public comment through Sept. 15. This document outlines the program's business plan and policies for the next two years.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation and The First Tee Twin Cites will host the third annual Fall Golf Class on Monday, October 9 at North Oaks Country Club.
Ramsey County Public Works, in cooperation with the city of Saint Paul, is putting the finishing touches on the reconstruction of White Bear Avenue from I-94 to Beech Street.
Learn how to prepare for emergencies at home, work or on the go.
Several free workshops are available for job seekers on an ongoing basis at Saint Paul and North Saint Paul locations
Three open-house style listening sessions will be held to review data from the recent off-leash dog area survey.
Find all of your fall decorations in one stop at the annual Volunteers in Corrections fall sale on September 8, 9, 15 and 16 at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility.
Rosario has worked in the department since 2005, most recently as supervisor of the Residential Property unit.
Parks & Recreation is kicking off their Green Spaces, Green Places intiative with Energy Week at parks, golf courses and Battle Creek Waterworks.
The County Manager has proposed a biennial budget of $704 million for 2018 and $723 million for 2019. Residents are encouraged to provide feedback at public hearings on Sept. 12 and Nov. 27.
As a part of Child Support Awareness Month, the Ramsey County Attorney's Office is offering extended evening hours from 4:30-7 p.m. on Wednesdays during August.
View the sun safely during the August 21 solar eclipse and attend an event at a Ramsey County facility.
The Ramsey County Sheriff's Foundation is recruiting volunteers to support Fright Farm 2017. New volunteer information meetings will be held on Aug. 16 and Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Ramsey County Extension Barn (2020 White Bear Avenue).
Organic waste collection begins at Arden Hills yard waste site.
Filing is open August 1-15. A packet of filing information, including materials on campaign finance and voter information lists, will be provided to all who file.
Runners, walkers and readers are invited to the eighth annual Book It! 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, September 16! It will be held at the Ramsey County Library - Roseville location from 9 a.m.-noon.
The Ramsey County Parks and Recreation system plan is being updated to reflect current and future community needs. Please take a few moments to participate in our planning survey.