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Now Available – Housing Fee Reports

12 communities within the East Central Region elected to contract with the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to prepare housing fee reports. As such, a Housing Report Advisory Team was created so that input and feedback from all communities could be considered as the reports were prepared. Communities electing to participate in the regional effort included: the cities of Appleton, Fond du Lac, Menasha, Oshkosh and Waupun, the villages of Fox Crossing, Harrison and Little Chute, and the towns of Clayton, Fond du Lac, Greenville and Neenah. This report outlines a cooperative effort to not only ensure compliance with the state’s requirements, but shed additional light on a pressing regional issue.

For more information and to read the reports go to https://www.ecwrpc.org/programs/housing/new-housing-fee-report/

Now Available – Housing Affordability Reports

12 communities within the East Central Region elected to contract with the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to prepare housing affordability reports. As such, a Housing Report Advisory Team was created so that input and feedback from all communities could be considered as the reports were prepared. Communities electing to participate in the regionalContinue Reading

Fox Cities TIP Amendment – Public Review through January 31

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. XX-20 AMENDING THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE FOX CITIES TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AREA – 2020. 30-day public review period through January 31, 2020.

Report: Linking Health and Transportation: Voices of Oshkosh Walkers, Cyclists and Transit Users

The Fox Valley Thrives Transportation Team conducted a series of focus groups to understand user perceptions of the Oshkosh area’s transportation system. These focus groups allow for better understanding of the connections between transportation and health, identify what facilities enhance or impede a person’s ability to use walking, biking, and transit in the Fox Valley.

Now Available – City of Clintonville Comprehensive Plan Update 2040

The purpose of the City of Clintonville’s comprehensive plan is to aid local officials in making land use decisions that are harmonious with the overall vision of the community’s future and will ensure the future sustainability of the local natural resource base. Developing a comprehensive plan is a proactive attempt to delineate the ground rulesContinue Reading

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