March 2018 Newsletter: Property tax and valuation notices, Sheriff's Office women's academy, spring break events

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March 2018    

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Upcoming Events

Saint Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse Tours
Mondays, March 12, 19 & 26
12:15 p.m.

Board of Commissioners Meetings
Tuesdays, March 13, 20 & 27
9 a.m.

Weekend Gardeners
Saturday, March 10
10 a.m. - noon

Sap to Syrup
Saturdays, March 17 & 31
1 - 3:30 p.m.

Fix-It Clinic
Saturday, March 24
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Did you know?

You can receive your tax statement and value notice electronically. 

To sign up, visit Use the information and authorization code printed on your tax statement. You'll begin receiving notices to the email address registered during sign up. You can cancel your account at any time to receive paper copies again. 

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Property tax statements and valuation notices mailing mid-March

Property tax statements and valuation notices will be mailed to Ramsey County property owners in mid-March.

Tax statements show your property tax value, the amount of taxes due and when they are due. Valuation notices include your property classification, estimated market value and taxable market value, which is used to determine property taxes payable in 2019.

Please review your valuation notice carefully. If you believe there is an error, now is the time to appeal or question your classification or valuation. Contact the Assessor’s Office about your questions or concerns at 651-266-2131.

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Sheriff's Office launches Women's Academy

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The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the first Women's Academy, set to launch this June. 

The Women’s Academy is a week-long immersive course for female participants, ages 18-40, to experience the day-to-day activities and training methods of the Sheriff’s Office, with additional time devoted to field work and volunteerism. The program is free of charge.

Graduates of the Women’s Academy will receive guidance from the Sheriff’s Office recruitment team in finding and applying for opportunities and careers in law enforcement and public service.

Learn more about the academy and apply.

Enjoy spring break at Ramsey County Library

Spend spring break at Ramsey County Library locations and enjoy plenty of fun, engaging activities for kids and teens! 

Teen Tech Camps are available Mondays and Tuesdays through March 27. Join other teens in the community to gain hands-on experience with technology, including 3D printing and design, circuitry, robotics, coding, video game design and digital music editing. 

Other activities include Spring Break Crafternoons, LEGO Builders, Beginning Origami and more! 

Learn more and register for events.

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Discounted compost bins available

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Ramsey County residents are currently eligible for a $20 discount on compost bins purchased through the Recycling Association of Minnesota. Bins are only $44 plus tax after the discount is applied (regularly $64).

To place your order, visit and enter promo code "Ramsey" or call 651-641-4589 and mention that you are a Ramsey County resident. Pre-ordered bins will be available for pick up in April.

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