Comprehensive Planning

Comprehensive Planning is an attempt to establish guidelines addressing the future growth of the Town of Newton. A comprehensive plan is the formal document for planning this future growth.

The document is official in nature, meaning that it is designed to be adopted in law by the Newton Town Board. It is used to address the constant change of a community. The document serves as a policy guide to decisions about community development.

MEMBERS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE:

  • • Charlie Bauer

  • • Kevin Behnke

  • • Ed Downing

  • • Lee Glaeser

  • • James Hochkammer

  • • Jon Luckow

  • • Deb Reis

  • • Don Schuette

  • • Roger Sieben

  • • Denise Thomas

Joint Meeting and Public Hearing Notice

Ordinance to Adopt the Town of Newton Year 2030 Comprehensive Plan

The Town of Newton Year 2030 Comprehensive Plan is a policy document that will be used by the Town Plan Commission and Town Board as a guide for making decisions regarding land use and development in the community. The plan contains background information and goals, objectives, policies and recommendations addressing each of the following nine (9) plan elements required by Wisconsin's "Smart Growth" comprehensive planning legislation.

  • 1. Issues and Opportunities;

  • 2. Housing;

  • 3. Transportation;

  • 4. Utilities and Community Facilities;

  • 5. Agricultural, Natural and Cultural Resources;

  • 6. Economic Development;

  • 7. Intergovernmental Cooperation;

  • 8. Land Use; and

  • Implementation.

To view the Recommended Draft of the Town of Newton Year 2030 Comprehensive Plan click on Recommended Draft below.

TOWN OF NEWTON YEAR 2030 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN