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Heavy snow is expected with total snow accumulation of 4 to 7 inches.
Workforce Solutions partnered with the city of Roseville to host a first-of-its-kind Workforce Recruitment Resource Fair.
The Workforce Innovation Board of Ramsey County (WIB), joined Workforce Solutions and Saint Paul Right Track staff for the Saint Paul RiverCentre for Career Connect Day, hosted by the Saint Paul Area Chamber.
HRA board members approve grants for 14 local redevelopment projects.
Social Services celebrated National Adoption Day on Nov. 19. Unlike the traditional National Adoption Day (NAD) held around the country where the adoptions celebrated are the ones finalized that day, Ramsey County hosts an event to celebrate all families who have adopted children from foster care in 2022.
The free celebration is planned for Dec. 3.
The notice estimates the amount of property taxes owners will pay in 2023 if the county, cities, school districts and other taxing jurisdictions approve their respective budget proposals.
Starting December 5, the library in Maplewood will close for an interior renovation. Work is expected to continue into the fall of 2023.
Prepare for winter by reviewing daily safety tips and checking your emergency kits and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
This advisory for some Saint Paul and Maplewood water users to boil water for cooking, drinking or brushing teeth has now expired.
Applications are being accepted through Dec. 30.
Governor Tim Walz has declared November 13-19, Infant Safe Sleep Week in Minnesota.
Initial unofficial results are posted on mnvotes.org.
Five county-owned buildings are illuminated in green this week to let veterans know they are seen, appreciated and supported.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Information for hazardous waste generators about burning used oil for heat.
There are two dangerous feedback loops that occur in relation to climate change, air quality and racial and health equity:
- Extreme heat can lead to poor air quality and in turn poor air quality can cause rising temperatures. Data shows that when extreme heat and poor air quality combine, the effect on public health is vastly worse than when either extreme heat or poor air quality occur on their own.
- Health disparities between racial and ethnic communities are worsened by the industries that have caused climate change and climate change in turn worsens disparities in health outcomes.
For five years, Fix-It Clinics helped residents fix their torn Star Wars socks, jammed sewing machines and shattered Santa Claus salt shakers (to name a few examples), for free. Volunteer “fixers” worked together with the residents to repair their items.
Fix-It Clinics are returning Saturday, Nov. 19, after a two-year hiatus, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We asked some of our veteran fixers to share their favorite memories from previous clinics.
This advisory for Mounds View water users to boil water for cooking, drinking or brushing teeth has now expired.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for all ages all year round! Head to the park and embrace the fun of winter – go sledding, skiing, snowshoeing and more.