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In response to the recommendations provided by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control, the City of Ramsey has declared a Local State of Emergency beginning Tuesday, March 17 through Tuesday, April 14. View the Local State of Emergency Declaration here.
This emergency declaration is due to ongoing and expected response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and directs the City Administrator and Director of Emergency Management to coordinate such actions and request such local, state and/or federal assistance as needed to protect the live and public and private property in the City of Ramsey and the recovery of the City from the impacts of this situation to the extent practicable by law.
On Thursday, March 26, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued a Stay at Home Executive Order for all of Minnesota. The Ramsey City Council has called an Emergency City Council meeting to be held Monday, March 30, to discuss the impacts this Executive Order will have on City services and City employees. The Council will also consider an extension of the Emergency Declaration until Monday, May 4. For more information, visit our page on COVID-19 updates.