St. Joseph's Park: Accessibility

St. Joseph’s Park

St. Joseph’s Park was the City of Rochester’s oldest catholic church that was destroyed by a fire in 1975. The remains of the church still standing were preserved and renovated. The park offers accessible entrances through the front gates and some seating accommodations.


118 Pleasant Street

Rochester, NY 14604


Natalie Lisina

Accessible Approach/Entrance

  • Venue is at ground level
  • Route of travel is slip resistant and at least 36” wide
  • Objects can be detected by person with visual disability using a cane
  • Accessible path on sidewalk to main entrance

Parking and Drop-Off Areas

  • Surface lot parking behind St. Joseph’s Park available for 15-20 cars
  • Additional on-street parking available by main entrance and side streets

Seats, Tables, and Counters

  • Four (4) benches and seating available


  • No bathrooms on site


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