Information required for all the following development
All Single-Family attached dwellings.
All Multi-Family residential dwellings.
All Local, Regional Commercial and Industrial buildings.
All Planned Commercial Office District proposals.
All Special Exception uses.
Proof of ownership and control of the proposed development and a
statement describing the character and intended use of the
development. If common facilities (recreation areas, structures,
common space, etc.) are to be provided, written statements as to
how they are to be provided and maintained must be prepared. These
statements may be deed restrictions, deeds of trust, homeowners
association, surety arrangement, or other legal document providing
guarantee the facilities will not become a future liability for the
Site plan which contains the following:
a. Title of the project.
b. Name, address and phone number of project planner and
c. Date, north arrow and drawing scale based on an exact
survey of the property.
d. Existing streets, buildings, watercourses, easements
and section lines.
e. Exact location of all proposed buildings and
f. Access and traffic flow.
g. Off-street parking and loading areas.
h. Recreation facilities locations.
i. Sanitary sewer, water and electric service plans.
j. Access to utilities and points of hookups.
For information regarding the location of underground electric
or gas utilities, call Diggers Hotline at 1-800-242-8511 at least
three (3) working days in advance.
For sewer or water underground utilities call 920-832-1581 at
least three (3) working days in advance.
k. Tabulations of total gross acreage in the project and
percentages to be devoted to the various uses.
l. Tabulations showing the number of off-street parking
and loading spaces and total project density in dwelling units per
m. Architectural definitions for buildings of the
development, number of dwelling units, sizes and types and a floor
plan of each type.
n. Plans and location of signs, if any.
o. Storm drainage and retention plans including one (1)
foot elevation contours or spot elevation on 50' grid and on lot
corners. Sites exceeding two (2) acres may require on-site
retention for 50-year storm.
p. Plans for the exterior walls of all buildings,
lighting, outside store and industrial processes and materials in
Commercial and Industrial Districts.
Any additional data, maps, plans or statements may be required
for the particular use or activity involved, or as the applicant or
Town may believe is pertinent.
Before development, each parcel of land must meet Town
requirements for land use, building appearance, stormwater
drainage, parking lot design, driveway location(s), landscaping,
and lighting. Site plan proposals are reviewed by staff, who makes
a recommendation (for approval or denial) to the Plan Commission,
who in turn makes a recommendation (for approval or denial) to the
The deadlines for submitting materials for approval by a
particular date are listed here.
The Town of Grand Chute must approve all land divisions or lots
that are created in the Town, which can be done through plats or
certified survey maps. All lots must comply with both the Zoning
Code and Subdivision Code. The Town may require dedications for
future streets, sidewalks, or trails as well as easements for
public utilities and the protection of natural resources.
PDD Project Plan Approval
Plat / CSM Review Application
Site Plan Amendment Application
Site Plan Review Application
Special Exception Application
Variance / Appeal Application
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