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Agendas and Minutes
The agendas, meeting minutes, notices and postings on this site are for convenience purposes only and may not represent the most current version. They are not considered the official copy nor should they be considered a legal representation of the official copy. If you require a copy of the official version of one of these documents, please contact the office of record for that document. The Clerk’s Office number is (262) 363-4555 #5.
Official sites for posting of notices are:
1) at the Town Hall parking lot
2) posting board inside the Town Hall
3) Town of Mukwonago website
View the Agendas and Minutes
Printable information and forms. Please call (262) 352-4433 for further information.
Smart Growth | Land Use
Please review the chapters for SMART GROWTH for the Town of Mukwonago. The SMART GROWTH PLAN was adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Mukwonago on November 19, 2008.
In 1999, the State of Wisconsin adopted a law that requires counties and local units of government to adopt smart growth comprehensive plans if they want to continue enforcing their land use regulations, such as zoning and land division regulations, after January 1, 2010. The NEW Smart Growth Plan was adopted at the Town Board meeting on November 19, 2008.
The Town of Mukwonago began working on a proposed smart growth comprehensive plan is 2006 that is intended to replace our master plan that was adopted in 1998. To involve a cross section of town residents in the drafting of this plan, the Town Board established an advisory committee that included a number of property owners and representatives of business, agricultural, and environmental interests. The Town Board and Town Plan Commission have reviewed that plan and have adopted a final draft.
The plan addresses a range of topics including: issues and opportunities; housing; transportation; utilities and community facilities; agricultural, natural and cultural resources; economic development; intergovernmental cooperation; land use and implementation.
Please take some time to review the plan at the Mukwonago Town Hall, W320 S8315 Beulah Road, Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 3:30 pm or at the following locations:
Mukwonago Community Library
300 Washington Avenue
Alice Baker Memorial Library
820 E. Main Street
Parents Guide to Fentanyl
Once again, please take this opportunity to help shape the future of the Town – we welcome your comments.
In an effort to increase awareness of internet resources available to local governments and citizen planners, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has initiated a technical assistance program focused on computer tools for planning, conservation, and environmental protection. This program has been made possible by a grant. One data access tool is called “Window To My Environment”, and is sponsored by the EPA. Users of WME can obtain information on their area’s air and water quality by accessing data from federal and state monitoring sites.
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