Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Planning Process


Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Planning Process 2014 Washington County and the following 11 municipalities formally agreed to work together in a single planning effort to develop a multi-jurisdictional comprehensive (smart growth) plan and local plans that fulfill the requirements of the Wisconsin Comprehensive Planning Law enacted in 1999.

Comprehensive Planning LinksLocal Government Partners
Comprehensive Plan Chapters Town of Addison
Comprehensive Plan Summary Town of Barton
Preliminary Chapter Approvals Town of Erin
County Wide Survey Town of Farmington
Agricultural, Natural, and Cultural Resources Workgroup Town of Germantown
Land Use and Transportation Workgroup Town of Hartford
Multi-Jurisdictional Advisory Committee Town of Kewaskum
Public Comment Information Town of Polk
Public Participation Plan Town of Trenton
State Grant Awards Town of Wayne
State Law Requirements Village of Kewaskum
Work Program
Housing,Utilities,and Economic Development Workgroup

The Comprehensive Planning Process consists of the following four committees:
  • Washington County Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Planning Advisory Committee
  • Land Use and Transportation Element Workgroup
  • Agricultural, Natural and Cultural Resources Element Workgroup
  • Housing, Utilities and Community Facilities and Economic Development Workgroup
The first meeting of the Washington County planning process was the Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Planning Advisory Committee held on July 27, 2005.

See related links below.

2004 Workgroup

Agricultural, Natural, and Cultural Resources Workgroup

Countywide Survey

Housing, Utilities and Community Facilities and Economic Development Element Workgroup

Land Use and Transportation Element Workgroup

Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee

Preliminary Chapter Approvals

Public Comment Information

Public Participation Plan

State Grant Awards

State Law Requirements

Technical Advisory Committee

Work Program