Ramsey County's Strategic Plan outlines a set of strategic priorities aligned with the county’s vision for a vibrant community where all are valued and thrive.
Ramsey County's 2040 Comprehensive Plan describes the county’s unique role in addressing regional prosperity, equity, livability, stewardship and sustainability over the next 20 years.
Rice Creek Commons is a 427-acre redevelopment opportunity poised to become one of the most vibrant residential, commercial and retail areas in the Twin Cities.
Ramsey County has deconstructed the former West buildings and county jail on the river bluffs of downtown Saint Paul to prepare the iconic property for sale and new development.
The Ramsey County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) serves as a forum where justice partners collaborate to promote improvements in the criminal justice system.
Ramsey County works with local, regional and national efforts to end homelessness through Heading Home Ramsey.
Through JDAI and Deep End Reform, Ramsey County works to reduce disproportionate minority contact with the corrections system and reduce reliance on out-of-home placements.
Ramsey County is committed to building a safe and well-integrated transportation system that connects people of all abilities and ages with places throughout the community.
Ramsey County supports transit development throughout the region. The Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority is actively involved in the Riverview, Rush Line, and Gold Line/Gateway corridors.
The Regional Railroad Authority and stakeholder railroads are working together to identify rail capacity improvements for freight growth and additional passenger rail connections to Union Depot.
Ramsey County is committed to building a vibrant, walkable and bikeable community. It is in the process of developing the first-ever countywide pedestrian and bicycle plan.
Saint Paul, Maplewood and Roseville - with collaboration from Ramsey County - are developing a short- and long-term vision plan for the Rice Street-Larpenteur Avenue area.
Ramsey County is partnering with the Resilient Communities Project for the 2018-2019 academic year, utilizing University of Minnesota faculty and students to support county projects.