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East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC), in partnership with municipalities in the Fox Cities, completed a study for a new pedestrian / bicycle route along the northern edge of Lake Winnebago, linking communities to High Cliff State Park. The study considered accessibility, route types, land impacts, intersection crossings, amenities, and links to existing trail networks, to create connections that will serve a variety of users, such as walkers, cyclists, and others.
This project has been identified as a priority through a number of previous community planning efforts, and the study provides guidance on the route alignment, as well as design and strategies for funding and implementation. The study focuses on identifying a route that connects the Loop the Little Lake Trail, the City of Menasha, the Village of Harrison, and the Village of Sherwood along an east-west corridor to High Cliff State Park, with potential for building off of the existing Friendship Trail. As the study progresses, other spur connections and links to other surrounding communities will be identified as well.
HKGi, a planning and landscape architecture firm, was contracted to provide professional services as consultants for the study. The study began in August of 2021, was completed in September 2022, and was approved by the Commission in October 2022. Over the course of the study, this social pinpoint website was used to share information, register for events, and provide a way to gather input on the plan and planning process.
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… Continue Reading
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 regional… Continue Reading
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 rules… Continue Reading
ECWRPC is pleased to announce the 2017 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Performance Report has been completed for the East Central Wisconsin Economic Development District (EDD). The Commission has served as the designated EDD for its ten county region since 1984, as authorized by the US Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration. Given this… Continue Reading
In conjunction with the Village of Sherwood’s comprehensive plan update project, additional assistance was requested of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission by the Community Development Authority (CDA) to take a more detailed examination of the senior housing market and issues associated with accommodating this growing sector of the population. Both quantitative and qualitative… Continue Reading
The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is pleased to announce the 2016 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Annual Performance Report has been completed for the East Central Wisconsin Economic Development District (EDD). The Commission has served as the designated EDD for its ten county region since 1984, as authorized by the US Department of… Continue Reading
Transportation systems within Wisconsin and throughout the country are fragmented and inefficient. The reason stems from the funding sources and their stipulations and restrictions. If we are not able to change the funding stipulations and restrictions, what can we do to improve the transportation system for the customers? We need to work with the existing transportation systems; we need… Continue Reading
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