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Project Summary

The Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission is currently working with the City of Plymouth to update their 20-year comprehensive plan.

A comprehensive plan is intended to reflect the community’s priorities and shared vision for future growth and development. It consider population trends, housing needs, transportation, economic development, parks, community facilities and utilities, and more. Once the plan is updated, it will serve as Plymouth's key planning and policy tool to guide decision-making through 2042.


About Plymouth:

Plymouth is a small city in Sheboygan County. It is home to over 8,900 residents (2020), and since 2000, its population base has grown by more than 1,000 people. The community boasts a small-town atmosphere with urban amenities, a vibrant and evolving downtown, thriving neighborhoods, and over 130 acres of City-owned parks and recreational sites. 

Project Staff

Project Lead:
Brandon Robinson

Assistant Director
Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission
Email: brobinson@baylakerpc.org


community engagement

Community Open House

Plymouth City Hall
August 4 at 5:00 PM


Public Hearing

Plymouth City Hall
August 4 at 6:00 PM


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Plan Commission Meeting
Plymouth City Hall
August 4 at 6:00 PM


Comprehensive Plan
Draft for Public Review

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Future Land Use Map
Draft for Public Review

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