Ramsey County has announced the following COVID-19 related updates relevant to Arden Hills residents.
Ramsey County COVID-19 Dashboard
with City Information
Find the latest
Ramsey County data about COVID-19 through a new digital dashboard with detailed
demographic information on a range of data. The dashboard lists the number of
COVID-19 cases by city.
Property Tax Deadline Extended to July 15 for Qualifying Taxpayers
The deadline for
payment of first-half property taxes for qualifying Ramsey County property
owners who are financially impacted by the COVID-19 crisis has been extended
from May 15 to July 15, 2020.
- Non-escrowed homesteads.
- Non-escrowed small businesses with annual taxes less than or equal to $50,000.
- Non-escrowed residential non-homesteads of one to three units with annual taxes less than or equal to $20,000.
An online lookup
tool is available to help property owners identify if their property qualifies
for the extension at taxextension.ramseycounty.us.
The July 15
extension is in addition to Ramsey County’s one-time late payment penalty
waiver program that taxpayers may use one time every ten years.
Night to Unite Moved to Tuesday, October 6
With the COVID-19 pandemic discouraging large gatherings
for the near future, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is joining other member
agencies of the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association in rescheduling the 2020
Night to Unite / National Night Out date to Tuesday, October 6, 2020. More
information will be forthcoming.