Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

St. Cloud Training Center

Located at the MnDOT District 3 office in Central Minnesota

MnDOT St. Cloud Training Facility and Office

Resources

Contact

St. Cloud Training Center Front Receptionist
320-223-6500 or 800-657-3961

Photo of the St. Cloud Conference Center facilty front south side entrance.

About the facility

Read the detailed handout for more information about the facility including: location, available rooms, reservations, security, parking, equipment, housekeeping, deliveries, fees and more.

Computers are available in the commons area for checking e-mails, and vending machines for beverages and snacks.

Room reservations

Reservation forms must be completed and sent via email into the Training Center Front Desk Receptionist to receive a room reservation and confirmation number

The largest room seats 177. The facility also includes a computer lab equipped with 10 student stations and one instructor's station.

Reservations must be made at least two weeks prior to an event. Smaller events consisting of eight individuals or less need to be scheduled at least 48 hours prior to the event. 

Location


The Minnesota Department of Transportation St. Cloud Training Center and District 3 Office and Maintenace Facility, is located off Highway 15 at 3725 12th St N (across from Apollo High School track field). Motorists may access Highway 15 from Highway 10, Highway 23, or Interstate 94.

The St. Cloud area includes the communities of Sartell, Waite Park and Sauk Rapids.

Local links

St. Cloud area

For local dining, caterers and lodging options, visit granitecountry.com

Transportation

Other facilities


St. Cloud

MnDOT

Accessibility

MnDOT strives to make transportation accessible to everyone using ADA tools and resources.

  • The St. Cloud Training Center is handicap accessible and all conference rooms are located in the lower level. An elevator is available to your left as you enter the south main front entrance.
  • Call MnDOT's ADA hotline at 651-366-4726 to request information or documents in a different format. To request an ASL or foreign language interpreter, or other reasonable accommodations for a public meeting, contact the Minnesota Relay Service toll-free at 1-800-627-3529 (TTY, Voice or ASCII), or email your request to¬†adarequest@dot.state.mn.us.