The Commission provides a variety of planning services which focus on housing and development. Housing studies help determine the type of development needed to sustain and grow a community. Housing projects integrate policy objectives with the urban and regional planning responsibilities of local governments. This research can influence the private housing market through planning and development control decisions, increase connections to the local community, and address current housing development issues with solutions and funding opportunities. Housing planning also involves exploring the connections between workforce, land-use, and design. Areas which are vacant or deteriorating can be opportunities for infill development: revitalization, or rehabilitation with an emphasis on preserving heritage.
For more information, please contact:
Madison Smith, Community Assistance Planner
Phone: (920) 448-2820, Ext. 108