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Plan Amendment

Regional Planning Commission staff work with communities to assist in development and implementation of their communities plans.

Urban and Limited Service Area Amendment Reviews

Urban Service Areas are areas in and around existing communities most suitable for development and have the capacity to provide a full range of urban services. USA boundaries represent the outer limits of planned urban growth over a long-term planning period.

The Regional Planning Commission and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources approve sewer extensions and sewage treatment facilities based on USA boundaries. USAs are also included in area plans so that local, regional, and state agency decisions can be coordinated, consistent and capable of achieving desired growth and development patterns.

Limited Service Areas are served with fewer or limited urban services, such as sanitary sewer. LSAs are intended for special or unique areas, or areas of existing development experiencing sewage disposal problems.

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Service Area Amendments in 2017

CARPC Res #Service AreaAmendment NameApplicantStatus of AmendmentSupporting Documents
TBDCross Plains USAVillage of Cross Plains #1608Village of Cross PlainsPublic hearing to be held on September 14th, 20171. Application
2. Attachments
3. Cross Plains 2009 Water System Study
2017-03Sun Prairie USACity of Sun Prairie #1610City of Sun PrairieApproved by DNR
DC-0181
1. C-Sun Prairie Application
2. C-Sun Prairie Staff Analysis
3. C-Sun Prairie Supplemental Analysis
4. Letter of Support
5. Wetland Delineation Report
2017-08 A-B-C-DCottage Grove USAVillage of Cottage Grove #1701Village of Cottage GroveApproved by DNR
DC-0184
1. Staff Analysis - Amended
2. Application
3. Application Maps
4. Wetland Delineation Report
TBDNorthern USAVillages of DeForest and Windsor #1703Village of DeForestApproved by DNR
DC-0187
1. Application
2. Application Appendix G Water System Study
3. Staff Analysis

Please contact Mike Rupiper, Director for Environmental Resources Planning, at 608-266-9283 or MikeR@CapitalAreaRPC.org, for additional information.

See also Wisconsin DNR SSA Planning