Maps on this page:
- Major Construction Project Locations Web Map Application
- Downtown Metered Parking Maps
- Olmsted County GIS Mapping
- Parking in the Central Business District During a Snow Event
- Pedestrian Facilities Winter Maintenance Map
- Public Transit Maps
- Truck Route Maps
Major Construction Project Locations Web Map Application
Click the links to be taken to the Major Construction Project Location Web Map Application or the Public Works Construction Project Page.
Downtown Metered Parking Maps
Click the links for maps of Downtown Metered Parking and Downtown Metered Parking - 3rd Street Ramp. Further information about parking across Rochester can be found at Rochester Municipal Parking website.
Olmsted County GIS Mapping
View regularly maintained interactive maps of Rochester and beyond at the Olmsted County GIS Mapping website, featuring parcel information, aerial photography, school districts, and much more.
During designated snow events street parking in the CBD will be restricted to facilitate the plowing and removal of snow. All parking restrictions will be posted on impacted meters and drivers are responsible for adhering to the restrictions. Click here for a map of the impacted areas.
Pedestrian Facilities Winter Maintenance Map
The City of Rochester removes snow from many miles of bike paths and trail network during the winter months. Click here for a map of the paths and trails maintained during the winter. Not all paths and trails are open as it is not practical to maintain the entire trail network.
Public Transit Maps
The tools and maps for planning a successful trip on transit can be found on the "How to Get Around Page" on Rochester Public Transit's website. Maps on this page include: Individual route maps and timetables, Interactive Route Maps, Park & Ride location maps, and the Downtown Transit Center map.
Truck Route Map
Truck routes within the City of Rochester are reflected in the Truck Routes Map (pdf). A text listing of all road segments and weight ratings is also available within Rochester Code of Ordinances 11-7.