Area Code 507

Where Is Area Code 507?

Updated: September 22nd 2018

Area code 507 serves the southern part of Minnesota. Area code 507 was the third area code created for use in Minnesota in 1954. Area code 507 was put into use on January 1, 1954, as a split from area codes 218 and 612.

Rochester is a city located in Minnesota and is situated on the Zumbro River’s south fork. Rochester is the county seat of Olmsted County and Minnesota’s third largest city. Rochester has artificial lakes because Olmsted County is one of the few counties in Minnesota without a natural lake. The city has a humid continental climate, meaning hot summers and very cold winters; it is also the second windiest city in the United States. Rochester has a population of 106,769 and the racial makeup of the city is 82.0% White, 7.2% Hispanic, 6.8% Asian, and 6.3% African American (2010 Census). At the core of Rochester’s economy is Mayo Clinic; Mayo Clinic has numerous facilities in the downtown area and is the largest employer in Minnesota. Rochester is also home to IBM Rochester, one of IBM’s most important manufacturing centers. Points of interest in Rochester include the Quarry Hill Nature Center, the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial, the History Center of Olmsted County, and the Rochester Art Center. Rochester has numerous parks; Silver Lake Park and Soldiers Field Park are the largest parks.

Mankato is a city located in Minnesota. The three counties Mankato is in are Blue Earth County, Nicollet County, and Le Sueur County; it is the county seat of Blue Earth County. Major bodies of water in or near Mankato include the Minnesota River, the Blue Earth River, and the Le Sueur River. Mankato has a humid continental climate, meaning hot summers and cold winters.

Mankato has a population of 39,309 and the racial makeup of the city is 89.9% White, 4.0% African American, 2.9% Hispanic, and 2.8% Asian (2010 Census).

When it comes to education, the city is home to the Minnesota State University, the second or third largest university in Minnesota; it is also one of the largest employers in Mankato. Points of interest in Mankato include Minneopa State Park, Sibley Park, and the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota. During the winter season, tourists and residents head over to Mount Kato, a winter sports facility that offers facilities for snow tubing, snowboarding, and skiing.

Winona is a city located in Minnesota and is the county seat of Winona County. Winona is situated on the Mississippi River and its most famous physical landmark is Sugar Loaf, a bluff on the Mississippi River topped by a rock pinnacle. Winona has a population of 27,592 and the racial makeup of the city is 93.0% White, 2.9% Asian, 1.9% African American, and 1.7% Hispanic (2010 Census). The top two employers in the city are Fastenal and Winona Health. Points of interest in Winona include the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, the Winona County Historical Society, the Lake Park, the Great River Bluffs State Park, and the Pickwick Mill.

Owatonna is located in Minnesota and is the county seat of Steele County. Owatonna has a population of 25,599 and the racial makeup of the city is 91.2% White, 7.3% Hispanic, 3.8% African American, and 0.9% Asian (2010 Census). One of the biggest events in Owatonna every year is the Steele County Free Fair; it is held in August and is the largest free county fair in Minnesota. Points of interest in Owatonna include the State School Orphanage Museum, the Reptile & Amphibian Discovery Zoo, the Mineral Springs Park, and the Rice Lake State Park.

Major Cities In Area Code 507

Rochester

Mankato

Winona

Owatonna

Austin

Austin is located in Minnesota and is the county seat of Mower County. Austin has a population of 24,718 and the racial makeup of the city is 86.8% White, 15.4% Hispanic, 3.0% African American, and 2.4% Asian (2010 Census). The economy is based around food processing; the largest employers in Austin are Hormel Foods Corporation and Quality Pork Processors. Points of interest in Austin include the Spam Museum, the Jay C. Hormel Nature Center, and the Hormel Historic Home. The city is also home to the Hormel Institute, which is one of the world’s top cancer research facilities. Austin is sometimes referred to as “SPAMTOWN USA.”





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