2035 Comprehensive Plan

A Village of Pleasant Prairie 2035 Comprehensive Plan is the community's master plan, guide and framework for the future growth and development of the Village. Furthermore, Section 66.1001 of the Wisconsin State Statues requires that all programs and actions of the Village that affect land use be guided by, and consistent with, the Village's adopted Comprehensive Plan. 

The first Comprehensive Plan for Pleasant Prairie, completed in 1967, was used to direct development to the design year of 1990.   In 1996, updates were made to the 1967 Plan, with the adoption of a comprehensive plan for the Kenosha Urban Planning Area, to help guide the Village through the year 2010.  The current comprehensive updated in 2009 will see the Village through the year of 2035.

The current Village Comprehensive Plan contain the following nine elements:  

  • Issues and Opportunities
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Utilities and Community Facilities
  • Agricultural, Natural, and Cultural Resources
  • Economic Development
  • Intergovernmental Cooperation
  • Land Use
  • Implementation

The Comprehensive Plan also includes detailed recommendations relating to:        

  • the protection and preservation of natural resources and cultural resources;
  • the proper arrangement of various residential, commercial, industrial, institutional and park/recreational land uses;
  • the identification of population and housing projections;
  • the development of transportation, bicycle, and pedestrian facilities:
  • the development of park facilities;
  • the identification of potential sites for neighborhood schools and parks; and
  • the identification of public utilities and community facilities to meet the needs of the future population.

Below are links to the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and adopted amendments.

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