Rochester Neighborhoods Map


Admire the beauty of your hometown of Rochester, NY and the diversity of its many communities with this hand-drawn neighborhood map. For a closer look at this map, rollover or click the image.

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About the Rochester N.Y. Neighborhoods Map

Love Thy Neighborhood...

Thirty nine distinct neighborhoods, plus nine downtown districts all coexist in this vibrant, hand lettered patchwork. Its minimalist design focuses attention on Rochester's most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, including:

  • 14621
  • 19th Ward
  • Alexander
  • Cobbs Hill
  • Corn Hill
  • Downtown Rochester (Center City)
  • Dutchtown
  • Beechwood
  • Brown Square
  • Browncroft
  • Bull’s Head
  • East Ave
  • Edgerton
  • Ellwanger Barry (now Highland Park Neighborhood)
  • Genesee-Jefferson
  • High Falls
  • Highland
  • Homestead Heights
  • J.O.S.A.N.A.
  • Lincoln Park
  • Lyell-Otis
  • Maplewood
  • Mayor’s Heights
  • Monroe Village
  • Neighborhood Of The Arts (NOTA)
  • North Marketview Heights
  • North Winton
  • Northland-Lyceum
  • Park Ave
  • Plymouth-Exchange
  • South Marketview Heights
  • South Wedge
  • Strong-Mt. Hope
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • Swillburg
  • Upper Falls
  • Upper Monroe
  • Washington Square

The only natural geographic features shown are Lake Ontario, Irondequoit Bay, Genesee Valley Park and the River twisting through the center. The Erie Canal cuts through Genesee Valley Park at the bottom, and defines much of Rochester's border to the south/west.

At the heart of the city is Downtown Rochester, straddling the Genesee River and perched at the top of High Falls. You may have to squint to see them, but even Rochester's downtown districts are represented here – from the Cascade District to the East End. Neighborhood names are hand lettered to give each one its own distinct personality. Major streets that separate neighborhoods are also labeled.

This is truly a 'living map' of our city. Rochester is a reflection of its neighborhoods – both the people who settled them, and those who live there now. They have changed over time—some more than others—and they will continue to change. That is a beautiful thing.

For a closer look at this map, rollover the image above.


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