City of Prior Lake, MN
City of Prior Lake, MN

Map Center


Prior Lake City Hall (administration)
4646 Dakota St. SE
  (952) 447-9800

The City of Prior Lake provides maps that are of interest to the public. To open these pdf format maps, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your computer. Click on the link to the left to download this software.

City Street Map A grid-based city street index.
Park and Trail Map Provides a layout of the city's park and trail system, along with park amenities and reservation information.
Voting Precincts Further information on elections is available on the voting page.
Polling Place Finder Find your polling place (where with a map and directions) and districts for your precinct (including maps).

State Transportation Aid Map Shows the State Aid (Mn/DOT) designations of city, county and state roads within Prior Lake.
Load Limits For county highway load restrictions, see the Scott County website. For state highway load restrictions, see the MnDOT Office of Materials and Road Research website. Go here for information on spring load restrictions; axle limits are shown on this map.
Electric Company Services Areas Outlines service areas for the companies that provide electric services to the City of Prior Lake.
Telephone Company Service Areas Outlines service areas for the companies that provide telephone services to the City of Prior Lake.
Prior Lake/ Spring Lake Watershed Covers about 42 square miles in Scott County where water flows mainly from the southwest to the northeast through Spring, Upper Prior and Lower Prior Lakes, and then north through the Prior Lake Outlet Channel.

Annexation Map Shows Spring Lake Township parcels proposed for annexation into the City of Prior Lake from 2004 to 2024.
Zoning Map Delineates the boundaries of agricultural, residential, commercial, and industrial use districts.
2030 Comp Land Use Plan Map Guides the development and redevelopment of the city. The 2030 Comprehensive Land Use Plan Map indicates the existing and proposed intensity of residential, commercial, office/industrial, and public land use designations.

For more information, call the city at (952) 447-9800.