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Ramah Days 2019

Ramah Days will be here before you know it! Saturday, August 10th will start with breakfast with the fire department and go all the way to midnight with music to dance to. We will have kids games, horseshoe tournament, raffles, vendors, music and the tractor pull from Rocky Mountain Tractor Pullers. Bring your family and enjoy the day with us.

September 18, 2019
The Town of Ramah's new website is up and running. We would like to know what information you would like to see and what we can do to improve it. We will be adding agendas, meeting packets and forms to the website in the near future. We will also be adding the option to pay your utility bills on-line. Thank you for your patience. 
September 16, 2019
This year's Ramah Days was a huge success. The tractor pull had more pulls than they have had before. The pork dinner was enjoyed by over 100 folks, we even had to run out and buy more buns. The kids enjoyed the games all day long and were very happy with the prizes. The band was a great addition and we hope to have them back next year.
July 31, 2015
The 15th Annual Ramah Days will be held Saturday, August 8th, 2015 and Sunday, August 9th. Saturday will start with breakfast with the fire department , the parade at 10:00am, horseshoe tournament at 12:00pm, blind tractor races at 2:00pm, seed spitting contest at 3:00pm, delicious pulled pork dinner at 5:00pm and the street dance starting at 8:00pm.

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Mayors Corner

The Town of Ramah's Mayor Dennis Carpenter will start a short article for the website and keep everyone up to date on town happenings.

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September 10, 2014
Hello and welcome to the Town of Ramah website! This website has not been updated in quite awhile and I, Cindy Tompkins, would like to apologize for that. I have updated the list of employees and board members and am working on the content.

Project Completed

The Town of Ramah with the help of El Paso County recently completed the chip seal project for all of the asphalt roads within the Town. The county crew did a great job and this was all paid for with PPRTA (Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority) funds. Look for more maintenance projects this year including signage and tree trimming in right of ways.