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.
According to §66.1001 WI Stats., if a town, village, city, or county engages in official mapping, subdivision regulation, or zoning, those actions must be consistent with that community's comprehensive plan.
NOTICE: The County Farmland Preservation Plan (available here) is part of the County 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 Lincoln County Land Services Department for any adopted revisions to any of the Comprehensive Plans in Lincoln County.
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|Lincoln County Comprehensive Plan, 2012-2021 3.8 MB|
|2011 Update to the Lincoln County Comprehensive Plan without maps. Download maps below.|
|Full Document--Lincoln County Comprehensive Plan, 2012-2021 12.0 MB|
|All maps included in plan for convenient download.|
|1 - Jurisdictional Boundaries 1.1 MB|
|2 - Agricultural Suitability 4.4 MB|
|3 - Environmentally Sensitive Areas 250 KB|
|4 - Community Facilities & Historic Resources 1.2 MB|
|5 - Existing Parks, Open Space, & Trails 830 KB|
|6 - Aesthetic Management Zones 900 KB|
|7 - Road Network & Traffic Counts 1.1 MB|
|8 - Current Land Use 3.7 MB|
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