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The purpose of the Greenville Comprehensive Plan is to aid local officials in making land use decisions harmonious with the overall vision for the community’s future while ensuring future sustainability of local natural resources and the agricultural heritage of Greenville. Developing a comprehensive plan is a proactive attempt to create guidelines for future development within a community; the plan evaluates what type of development will benefit the community’s interest while still providing flexibility for landowners and protecting private property rights.
The Greenville Comprehensive Plan identifies a 20-year planning horizon and contains four major components:
ECWRPC is looking for an energetic and dynamic professional to implement Safe Routes to School programming. The Safe Routes to School Planner will provide technical assistance and support to local communities looking to start and/or implement a local Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, and produce resource guides and materials that support SRTS implementation acrossContinue Reading
Friday October 25, 2019 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center Neenah, WI Communities are facing an ever-increasing number of strong weather events and the associated damage to public and private property and infrastructure can take a huge toll, both economically and socially. What is your community’s strategy to be moreContinue Reading
Strong Neighborhoods Lunch ‘N Learn Series OCTOBER 31, 2019 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. NEIGHBORWORKS Green Bay 437 S. Jackson St, Green Bay, WI ASSET BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Asset Based Community Development is a large and growing movement that considers local assets as the primary building blocks of sustainable community development. Building on the skillsContinue Reading
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) is pleased to announce that our Draft 2019 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Report has been completed. The Draft 2019 CEDS Annual Report contains updated demographic and economic data as well as a performance report on regional economic development goals. The full draft document can beContinue Reading
Valley Transit is updating its transit development plan and would like to get your feedback on possible future bus route changes. Attend an open house and let us know your comments! We need your input, please check out our proposed recommendations at: https://experience.arcgis.com/stemapp/ccb6c630234e4d018014ef59970d2822
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.
Please complete the following information for businesses impacted by storms on July 19th and July 20th. This information will be used for estimates only. Note the following businesses are not eligible for this program: Payday loan and title companies Telemarketing other than inbound call centers Pawn shops Liquor stores Adult entertainment venues Home-based businesses Farms
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