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Volunteers needed to help recycle at Dakota County Fair

Dakota County Environmental Resources and the Dakota County Fair are taking steps to recycle more waste and are in need of volunteers to help out.

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31
Jul

Deadline nears for Local Author Fair

Dakota County Library is looking for authors and publishers to be part of the Local Author Fair this fall.

Mon
24
Jul

Sewer testing

From July 24 through the end of September, S.E.H., a contractor working for the sewer utility, will be testing the city’s sewer system in the area bordered by Larpenteur Avenue to the north, Interstate 35E from the west, Wheelock Parkway from the

Mon
24
Jul

Johnson Parkway pedestrian safety improvements

The intersection at Johnson Parkway and Ames Avenue is currently being redesigned with the goal of improved pedestrian safety.  Ramsey County’s Public Works Department is working to install an enhanced pedestrian crossing with flashing safety beac

Mon
24
Jul

Dakota County sponsoring 2017 Community Art Exhibit

Dakota County is calling for artists to enter the 2017 Dakota County Community Art Exhibit that showcases and celebrates local talent. This year’s exhibit theme is “Exploring 3D Printing.”

Mon
24
Jul

Area youth perform in circus show

Two local teens are set to perform as part of an upcoming circus show.

Mon
24
Jul

Volunteer to search for new aquatic invasive species

Volunteers from across Minnesota are needed on Saturday, August 5 to participate in a statewide search for starry stonewort, a type of algae that is Minnesota’s newest aquatic invasive species. 

Mon
24
Jul

LUCKYU children’s book collection released

Dakota County Library is launching a LUCKYU collection of popular children’s books and authors starting July 17.  

Sun
09
Jul

City of St. Paul to host community meetings, outline changes to Right-of-Way Maintenance Assessment

Mayor Chris Coleman and Finance Director Todd Hurley will host three community meetings to engage with residents ahead of the Mayor’s 2018 Budget Address.

Sun
09
Jul

Blue-green algal bloom

Mendota Heights has been notified there is a blue-green algal bloom in Lake Augusta. People and pets are advised to stay out of contact with the water. 

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