Nestled in the northwestern part of Anoka County and bounded by the Mississippi and Rum Rivers, you will find the unique suburban community of Ramsey. Often confused with Ramsey County, the City of Ramsey draws its rich history from the settlers and traders that made their way here during the 1800s along the Mississippi River. A structure of note, Old Ramsey Town Hall still stands on its original site west of Highway 47, just north of County Road 116. The structure was built during the 19th century and originally used as a schoolhouse. The current municipal center was built in 1978 and is the site of City Hall, Fire Station #2 and the Police Station. Ground was broken in the spring of 2005 on the construction of the new Ramsey Municipal Center within the Ramsey Town Center development. The site is located just north of Highway 10, on the south side of Sunwood Drive, mid-way between Armstrong and Ramsey Boulevards. Completion is expected at the end of September 2006, with the City Hall and Police Department to occupy the new facility in October of 2006. Adjacent to the new municipal center; a parking ramp is being constructed, which will be completed in the summer of 2006. This ramp will serve as a park and ride facility for the AM and PM Peak Express Bus Service to and from downtown Minneapolis starting in the fall of 2006.