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This section provides links to local and country comprehensive plans from Wisconsin's coastal communities. Plans are grouped according to region. Please click on the links below or scroll down the page for more information.

Table of Contents
Comprehensive Plans in Wisconsin
Northeast Wisconsin
Northwest Wisconsin
Southeast Wisconsin


Comprehensive Plans in Wisconsin
Comprehensive Plans Submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Administration (WDOA) Division of Intergovernmental Relations
A list of Comprehensive Plans that have been submitted to the Division of Intergovernmental Relations. WDOA accessed March 2004.
http://www.doa.state.wi.us/category.asp?linkcatid=746&linkid=128&locid=9



Northeast Wisconsin
Brown County Comprehensive Plans
Brown County Planning Commission's listing of comprehensive plans in compliance with the Wisconsin Stature 66.1.  Brown County, Wisconsin accessed March 2004, updated Febuary 2007.
http://www.co.brown.wi.us/Planning/comprehensive_plans.html

Door County
Town of Nasewaupee, Wisconsin Year 2025 Comprehensive Plan
"The Town of Nasewaupee Year 2025 Comprehensive Plan is a policy document that will assist the town in making decisions regarding future conservation and development. The plan contains background information and goals, objectives, policies, and programs to address the nine elements required by Wisconsin 's Comprehensive Planning legislation." Foth & Van Dyke, Inc. accessed March 2004, updated Febuary 2007.
http://www.foth.com/resources/nasewaupee_year_2025_comprehensive_plan1.pdf

Kewaunee County
The Land Records Modernization Plan for Kewaunee County. Pdf file.
http://www.doa.state.wi.us/docs_view2.asp?docid=5761

Town of Centerville, Manitowoc County
The 20-year Comprhensive Plan document for the Town of Centerville. In Febuary 2007, the Draft was available online only for review.
http://www.baylakerpc.org/MANITOWO/TCenterville/TCenterville_nomaps.pdf

City of Oconto, Oconto County
The City of Oconto is engaging in the planning process in order to meet the requirements of Wisconsin §66.1001. The comprehensive plan is scheduled to be completed by April 2007. February 2007.  
http://www.baylakerpc.org/OCONTO/coconto/Intro_coconto.html

Ozaukee County Comprehensive Plan Web Page
The comprehensive planning process in Ozaukee County accessed March 2004, updated January 2007.
http://www.co.ozaukee.wi.us/SmartGrowth/Index.htm

Sheboygan County Planning Department
Connected to the County Planning Department. As of late 2006, there were natural resource, farmland preservation, and outdoor recreation plans available on this website.
http://www.co.sheboygan.wi.us/html/d_planning.html



Northwest Wisconsin
Northwest Regional Planning Commission Website. Links to the Wisconsin planning body. December 2006.
http://www.nwrpc.com/

Ashland County Comprehensive Planning
Information on Ashland County's Comprehensive Planning process. Ashland County accessed March 2004.
http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr/landcenter/AC_Website/ASHLAND_COUNTY_Home.htm

Bayfield County Land Use Planning Web Page
Links to the Comprehensive Plan for Bayfield County, Wisconsin, along with links to the Comprehensive Plans developed by Bayfield counties many towns, villages, and cities. Bayfield County, Wisconsin accessed March 2004.
http://www.uwex.edu/ces/cty/bayfield/cnred/planning/

Douglas County Comprehensive Planning
The Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Westcott, Douglas County. Northwest Regional Planning Commission accessed March 2004.
http://www.nwrpc.com/nwrpc/communitydev/other/bycounty/Douglas/index.htm

Iron County Comprehensive Planning
Links to the Comprehensive Plan in Iron County. Northwest Regional Planning Commission accessed March 2004.
http://www.nwrpc.com/nwrpc/communitydev/other/bycounty/ironcounty/index.htm



Southeast Wisconsin
Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) Planning Website
Link to the Wisconsin planning body. December 2006.
http://www.sewrpc.org/smartgrowth/programs/default.shtm

Kenosha County
Link to the Kenosha County Smart Growth planning partnerships in county-wide communities. December 2006.
http://www.co.kenosha.wi.us/plandev/smart_growth/index.html

City of Milwaukee Department of City Development
Link to the City of Milwaukee's Department of City Development that provides information on the zoning, planned developments, and other planning interests in the Milwaukee area of South Milwaukee. Updated November 2006.
http://www.mkedcd.org/planning/

Racine County
Link to the Racine County planning department. Links to planning documents are found on the page in pdf format. December 2006.
http://www.racineco.com/planningdevelopment/index.aspx

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