A comprehensive plan is a local government's guide to community physical, social, and economic development. Comprehensive plans are not meant to serve as land use regulations in themselves; instead, they provide a rational basis for local land use decisions with a twenty-year vision for future planning and community decisions.
Current Village of Kronenwetter Comprehensive Plan (48 Kb)
Future Land Use Map
The Village of Kronenwetter adopted their last Comprehensive Plan on December 28, 2009. In 2018, the Village, with the assistance of the North Central Wisconsin Regional Plan Commission (NCWRPC), has started the process of updating the Village's Comprehensive Plan. As part of the update, the Village sent out a survey to business owners, residents, and property owners within the Village. The survey results can be found here.
A draft of the Comprehensive Plan can be found here.
As part of the public participation process, the Village will be holding a public open house on March 4th from 4:30 to 6:30pm at the Village Municipal Center (1582 Kronenwetter Drive) to provide the public an opportunity to review, ask questions and submit feedback about the draft Comprehensive Plan. All persons are welcome to attend the open house. The event is come as you can, and snacks and refreshments will be provided. For more information, contact Community Development Director Randy Fifrick at 715-693-4200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to make the open house, links to the posters and other information is linked below. You can also submit feedback on the Comprehensive Plan draft through March 7th by returning the feedback form to the Village in person, through mail or by email.
Comprehensive Plan 101
Chapter 1 - Demographics
Chapter 2 - Natural, Agricultural and Cultural Resources
Chapter 3 - Housing
Chapter 4 - Utilities, Community Facilities, and Public Safety
Chapter 5 - Telecommunications/Broadband Technology
Chapter 6 - Transportation
Chapter 7 - Economic Development
Chapter 8 - Land Use
Chapter 9 - Intergovernmental Cooperation
Chapter 10 - Public Engagement
Future Land Use Map