The Wisconsin Comprehensive Planning Law was enacted in 1999, which outlines the process and requirements for Local Government Comprehensive Plans (section 66.1001, Wis Stats.). The law allows for each community to create their own vision for physical, social, and economic development.
A comprehensive plan must contain at least the following nine elements:
- Issues and Opportunities
- Utilities and Community Facilities
- Agriculture, Natural and Cultural Resources
- Economic Development
- Intergovernmental Cooperation
- Land Use
The Town of Shelby is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan and would like your input. You are encouraged to view further information on the project and complete the survey online under the Comprehensive Plan tab at www.townofshelby.com. If you are not able to complete the survey online, please submit the hard copy to Town Hall, 2800 Ward Ave., La Crosse, WI, 54601. Survey responses are requested by October 10th, 2021 but will be accepted through December 10th, 2021. Your answers will remain anonymous.