Rochester Surface Water Management Plan Open House
The City of Rochester is developing a new Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan to guide how stormwater, surface waters and groundwater in the City are managed and cared for over the next 10+ years, with an eye to ensuring the plan encompasses the City’s foundational principles and employs its strategic priorities.
You’re invited to attend a Community Open House where you can learn about the planning process, contribute feedback on the goals and strategies that have been developed to date, explore flood risk maps, and talk about your hopes and concerns for surface water management in the City with Rochester staff and plan consultants.
If your schedule allows, we encourage you to plan a picnic in the park, check out the Art4Trails tour around the Art Center, or walk/bike/roller skate on the waterfront trails!
Details about the event are below.
WHAT: City of Rochester Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan Community Open House
WHEN: Thursday, April 27th 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – Feel free to drop in when it’s convenient for you – you’re welcome to stay as little or as long as you like
WHERE: Rochester Arts Center, 30 Civic Center Dr SE STE 120, Rochester, MN 55904 (see Navigation and Accessibility below)
Please RSVP HERE to stay up to date on any changes, receive follow up communication, and add this event to your calendar.
For a preview of the planning process, information about our Zumbro River Watershed, and additional resources, please visit the plan website HERE.
We hope to see you there!
Navigation & Accessibility:
The Rochester Art Center is located on the Southeast end of the Civic Center, along the Zumbro River and Mayo Park.
The Art Center is located along a number of bus routes. Explore the routes with this interactive map or download the real-time tracking App.
The Art Center is located along Rochester’s extensive Trail System at Mayo Park. Bike racks are located in front of the Art Center.
Parking available at the Civic Center Ramp (FREE after 3pm and on weekends). Disability parking is available in front of the Mayo Civic Center.
Wheelchair and stroller accessible. Service animals are welcomed. For special arrangements call RAC at 507-722-2552.