PUBLIC review & SURVEYs

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SHEBOYGAN County
Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Sheboygan CountySheboygan Hazard Cover.JPG has worked alongside the Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission to create the updated Sheboygan County, Wisconsin Hazard Mitigation Plan 2020-2025.

Please review the draft document online and submit written comments on the proposed updated hazard plan. Feedback can be emailed to Jeff Agee-Aguayo. A public informational meeting to present the draft plan, maps, and materials will be held January 13, 2020, from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at the Mead Public Library (Rocca Meeting Room), 710 North 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53081.

Village of cedar grove
comprehensive plan update

The Village of Cedar Grove is in the beginning stages of updating its 20-year comprehensive plan. This document will guide the Village’s growth over the next 20 years.

Public participation is required as part of the planning process and the Village is asking for your input on how you want your Village to look in 20 years. This is an opportunity for the public to express their opinions to the Village officials on the course of future development / preservation in the Village. The online survey will be available for input until February 14, 2020.

Any questions related to the comprehensive plan update process or the survey can be sent to Brandon Robinson.

 

City of Gillett
comprehensive plan update

The City of Gillett is in the first stages of updating its 20-year comprehensive plan, which will guide the City's growth and development through 2040. 

Public participation is required as part of the planning process. The City is requesting your input on what you want your city to be in 20 years. This is an opportunity for you to express to City officials your opinions on the future direction of the City. The online survey will be available for input until February 21, 2020. 

Any questions related to the comprehensive plan update process or the survey can be sent to Harry Graham