Langlade County began developing a comprehensive plan in the fall of 2007. A Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) has provided oversight during this process and a series of Cluster Meetings were held with the towns for their input as well. The plan is now in draft form and any comments would be appreciated.
The comprehensive plan law (§66.1001 WI Stats. 113 KB) defines the contents of a local comprehensive plan as a combination of nine chapters—Issues & Opportunities; Natural, Cultural, & Agricultural Resources; Housing; Transportation; Economic Development; Land Use; Utilities & Community Facilities; Intergovernmental Cooperation; and Implementation. Beginning on January 1, 2010, county official mapping, subdivision regulation, and zoning actions must be consistent with the comprehensive plan.
|NOTICE: Adopted revisions to the plan may have changed maps and/or text in these online versions of the plans. Please contact the Langlade County Zoning Department for any adopted revisions to any of the Comprehensive Plans in Langlade County.|
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMPREHENSIVE PLANS
City of Antigo (2017 Draft)
LANGLADE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
|All documents below require Adobe Reader 5.0 or greater.
Download the latest Adobe Reader for free from Adobe:
|For Faster Downloading:
1. Place curser over link.
2. Right click to "Save Target As."
3. Open document from that saved location.
NOTICE: Adopted revisions to the plan may have changed maps and/or text in this online version of the plan. Please contact the Langlade County Zoning Department for any adopted revisions to the Langlade County Comprehensive Plan.
|Langlade County Comprehensive Plan LARGE 1.04 MB|
|Adopted Plan without maps.|
|This is the new Agricultural Chapter to the comprehensive plan:|
|Langlade County Farmland Preservation Plan (website)|
The Farmland Preservation Plan is now an element of County’s Comprehensive Plan. Any land designated for farmland preservation shall not be planned for anything except agricultural or forestry uses. This document is intended to fulfill the statutory requirements for both the Farmland Preservation Plan (Chapter 91, Subchapter II, WI Statutes) and the Agricultural Element of the Comprehensive Plan (s66.1001(2), WI Statutes).
|1-1 Planning Context 128 KB|
|2-2 Natural Resources PNG graphic 916 KB|
|2-2 Soils 604 KB|
|2-3 Non-Metallic Mines 506 KB|
|2-4 Rare Species & Natural Areas 973 KB|
|4-1 Transportation 778 KB|
|4-2 Trail System 806 KB|
|5-1 Community Facilities 823 KB|
|5-2 Land Ownership 808 KB|
|5-3 EMS Service 181 KB|
|5-4 Fire Service 209 KB|
|5-5 School Districts 175 KB|
|7-1 Existing Land Use PNG graphic 415 KB|
|7-2 Future Land Use PNG graphic 434 KB|
Make questions or comments about the plan here.
(Email link to submit comments on this plan.)