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Applications are to be submitted to the Olmsted County Planning Dept - GIS/E911 Addressing Division, 2122 Campus DR SE, Suite 100, Rochester, MN 55904.In 1994, Olmsted County completed the E911 Addressing Project with the assignment of E911 addresses for all structures within Olmsted County and the installation of roadway name signs for the E911 Emergency System. On March 15, 1994, the Olmsted County Board passed Resolution No. 94-53, in support of the continuing effort to promote and maintain procedures for E911 Addressing. Olmsted County has developed a Geographic Information System to map and maintain parcel, E911 address, and roadway information for the entire county, and updates this information with each new parcel, E911 address or roadway. To recover a portion of the costs for maintaining the E911 Addressing and the Geographic Information System, the County of Olmsted established by ordinance the fees below pursuant to the Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 373.41 et seq., after holding a public hearing on April 28, 2009.
Resolution No. 09-28 E911 Addressing and GIS Impact Fees (151 KB)
See Geographic Information Systems - GIS Maps & E911 Addressing for details on other GIS services.
Applications are to be submitted to the Olmsted County Planning Dept - GIS/E911 Addressing Division, 2122 Campus DR SE, Suite 100, Rochester, MN 55904.
A submitted plat is considered a Re-subdivision Plat (for purposes of GIS Impact Fees only) if any portion of the plat contains existing platted lands and has not been approved as a preliminary plat by the jurisdictional authority.
See also E911 Addressing Fees & Application below for the Final Plat.
Process for Final Plats within City jurisdictions (Except the Cities of Rochester and Dover - see separate instructions below)
Process for Final Plats within cities of Rochester and Dover AND all rural township areas.
Olmsted County-wide, including ALL Cities