Historically, the City of Ramsey has developed like most suburban communities in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. In the 1970s, when Ramsey incorporated as a city, residential development was characterized by single-family detached housing—ramblers and split-level homes built on large,
Ramsey residents flock to the large, linear park in the center of town each summer, almost religiously. Some carry fishing poles or frisbees, others a blanket or lawn chairs, but they are all headed to the same place: The Draw.
Andrew Degerstom, Joe Lampe and Kevin Priestly, students at the University of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, were honored by the American Planning Association’s Minnesota Chapter (APA MN) on September 28 with the organization’s Outstanding Student Project
The Resilient Communities Project (RCP) at the University of Minnesota is now accepting letters of intent from cities, counties, tribal governments, and regional partnerships that wish to apply to be RCP’s community partner for the 2018–2019 academic year (September 1, 2018 to
On May 12, University of Minnesota faculty and students mingled with Brooklyn Park residents, city council members, and staff at the Resilient Communities Project’s 2017 End-of-Year Celebration, held at the McNamara Alumni Center on the U of MN’s East Bank