About Ramsey County, Minnesota:
Ramsey County, Minnesota
is located at 50 Kellogg Blvd W
, Saint Paul, MN 55102. It has around 100 - 250 employees. Its revenue is under $1M. Ramsey County was founded in 1849. The County was named for Alexander Ramsey, the first governor of the Minnesota Territory. Within its boundaries is Minnesotas State Capitol, the City of St. Paul, with a population of over 270,000. Eighteen other cities are also located in the County, with Roseville and Maplewood being the second and third largest. Overall, urban Ramsey County is home to more than 500,000 - the most people per square mile of any Minnesota County. Ramsey County also has more colleges and universities than any county in the state.
The County provides services to its many residents in five major areas - Human Services, Public Safety and Justice, Public Health, Parks and Public Works, and Central Administration. In addition to these services, Ramsey County also supports a diverse cultural environment in the arts and sciences by contributing to the Landmark Center, the Science Museum, and the Ramsey County Historical Society, which operates the Gibbs Farm Museum.
Ramsey County has seven suburban libraries and also provides educational outreach through the Extension Service in the areas of yard waste, gardening, food, nutrition, youth, and family issues. Ramsey County is the smallest, most urban of all the seven metro area counties.