Saint Paul is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Minnesota in the United States. It is the county seat of Ramsey County. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 287,151. Saint Paul and the adjacent city of Minneapolis form the core of the area known as the Twin Cities. The city is located just south of 45 degrees north latitude (the suburb of Roseville has a marker near an obscure intersection identifying the exact location of the 45th parallel). The city's current mayor is Randy Kelly, a member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party. Mayor Kelly caused controversy when in 2004, he endorsed US President George W. Bush for re-election.
Web Sites and Links
City of Saint PaulThis official website of St Paul provides information on city council operations, jobs and businesses, city services, community information and attractions.
Como Park Community CouncilIncludes upcoming events in, pictures from past events, minutes from past council meetings and a PDF version of their monthly newsletter.
Como Park OnlineDedicated to connecting residents of the Como Park neighborhood of Saint Paul with each other and local businesses.
Dayton's Bluff Community CouncilLearn about the past, present and future of this East Side neighborhood.
Lexington-Hamline Community CouncilCommunity council for the Lexington-Hamline neighborhood in Saint Paul's District 13.
Saint Anthony Park Neighbor NetA volunteer site striving to give a local focus and point of view to Saint Anthony residents.
Saint Paul City GuideInteractive guide to St. Paul. Includes information on restaurants, lodging, businesses, entertainment.
Snelling-Hamline Community CouncilKeeping the Snelling Hamline community informed about neighborhood issues.
The World Clock: St. Paul, MinnesotaCurrent local time, current UTC (GMT) time, time of sunrise and sunset today.
West Side Safe Neighborhood CouncilLists block clubs and has crime maps and information that furthers the council's mission of a safer West Side.