- Your Government
The Administrative Services Department is responsible for City Administration, Human Resources, and administrative support for general City operations.
Building Permits and Inspections
The Building Division's purpose is to ensure all construction projects meet the requirements of both the Minnesota State Building Code and the City Zoning regulations.
Learn about the services offered by the Communications department for residents of Ramsey.
Economic development seeks to improve the well-being and quality of life for a community by creating and/or retaining jobs and supporting or growing incomes and the tax base.
View voting information and election results for the City of Ramsey.
The Engineering Department plans, reviews, and prepares projects related to the City's infrastructure, including streets, drainage and municipal water and sewer systems.
Learn about our Finance Department functions, and obtain access to the annual budgets, the capital improvement plan and more related information.
Learn about operations executed by the Fire Department, management, fire stations location, and more.
Natural Resources & Environment
Learn about the various natural resources offered in Ramsey, and how they're being protected.
Parks & Recreation
There are approximately 500 acres of existing municipal parkland and two regional parks with varying amenities, creating a comprehensive system with many diverse opportunities to recreate and enjoy the natural environment.
The Planning Division's function is to prepare and implement the City's Comprehensive Plan, and certain environmental services functions as well.
Learn about the Ramsey Police Department and the ways it keeps the community safe.
The Public Works Department is the branch that oversees the Parks, Utilities, and Streets divisions. Other duties of the department extent to Snow Managment, setting up events, and community recreation.
Recycling is a great way to combat the growing demand on our natural resources.
The City of Ramsey's street system consists of over 180 miles of paved streets and 5 miles of dirt streets.
The City of Ramsey's water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer systems are categorized as utility systems.