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BarronCo Compplan Inventory

BarronCo Compplan Inventory

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10/16/2011

Community

ORP Expiration Date

Currently

Eligible?

Barron County

Barron County

abt. 1999

N

The following villages and cities participated in the 1994 Barron County ORP and may not have

produced an updated ORP in the interim: Almena, Barron, Cameron, Chetek, Cumberland, Dallas,

Haugen, Prairie Farm, and Turtle Lake

C. of Rice Lake

abt. 2010

Y

Chippewa County

Chippewa County

December 31, 2009

Y

C. of Bloomer

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Boyd

December 31, 2009

Y

V. of Cadott

December 31, 2004

N

C. of Chippewa Falls

December 31, 2007 (currently updating)

Y

C. of Cornell

December 31, 2003

N

T. of Hallie

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Lake Hallie

December 31, 2009

Y

T. of Lafayette

December 31, 2009

Y

V. of New Auburn

December 31, 2003

N

C. of Stanley

currently amending

verify

Clark County

Clark County

December 31, 2003

N

C. of Abbotsford

December 31, 2003

N

C. of Colby

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Curtiss

N

V. of Dorchester

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Granton

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Greenwood

December 31, 2003

N

T. of Hendren

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Loyal

December 31, 2003

N

T. of Mentor

December 31, 2003

N

C. of Neillsville

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Owen

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Unity

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Withee

December 31, 2003

N

Dunn County

Dunn County

December 31, 2008

Y

V. of Boyceville

December 31, 2008

Y

V. of Colfax

December 31, 2000

N

V. of Downing

N

V. of Elk Mound

December 31, 2000

N

V. of Knapp

December 31, 2003

N

C. of Menomonie

December 31, 2005

N

T. of Menomonie

December 31, 2008

Y

V. of Ridgeland

December 31, 2000

N

V. of Wheeler

N

Utilities and Community Facilities Plans

35

Table IV-B.

Outdoor Recreation Planning Status in West Central Wisconsin (cont.)

Community

ORP Expiration Date

Currently

Eligible?

Eau Claire County

Eau Claire County

December 31, 2011

Y

C. of Altoona

December 31, 2005

Y

C. of Augusta

December 31, 2005

Y

C. of Eau Claire

December 31, 2007

Y

V. of Fairchild

December 31, 2005

Y

V. of Fall Creek

December 31, 2005

Y

T. of Seymour

December 31, 2005

Y

T. of Washington

December 31, 2005

N

T. of Wilson

December 31, 2005

N

Polk County

Polk County

abt. September 2009

Y

C. of Amery

abt. 2004

verify

V. of Balsam Lake

abt. 1995

verify

V. of Centuria

abt. 1983

verify

V. of Clayton

abt. 1990

verify

V. of Clear Lake

abt. 1986

verify

V. of Dresser

abt. 1998

verify

V. of Frederic

abt. 2002

verify

V. of Luck

abt. 1994

verify

V. of Milltown

abt. 1986

verify

V. of Osceola

abt. 1997

verify

V. of St Croix Falls

abt. 2003

verify

Unity School District

abt. 1983

verify

St. Croix County

St. Croix County

December 31, 2011

Y

V. of Baldwin

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Deer Park

N

V. of Glenwood City

N

V. of Hammond

N

C. of Hudson

December 31, 2010

Y

T. of Hudson

N

C. of New Richmond

N

V. of North Hudson

N

V. of Roberts

N

T. of St. Joseph

December 31, 2004

N

V. of Somerset

December 31, 2003

N

V. of Star Prairie

December 31, 2011

Y

T. of Troy

December 31, 2003

N

T. of Warren

December 31, 2008

Y

V. of Wilson

N

V. of Woodville

N

source: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Eligibility List as of 9/15/08 (Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Claire, & St. Croix counties)

and WCWRPC and WisDOA (Barron and Polk counties)

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Inventory of Plans, Programs, & Land Use Policies in West Central Wisconsin

V. AGRICULTURAL, NATURAL, AND CULTURAL

RESOURCES PLANS AND PROGRAMS

Wisconsin Statutes §66.1001(2)(e) of the Wisconsin Comprehensive Planning Law requires

plans to include a compilation of programs for the conservation and promotion of the effective

management of natural resources, productive agricultural areas, and historical and cultural

resources. Many related types of natural resources programs having potential environmental and

cultural benefits, such as outdoor recreation, sewer service areas, and wellhead protection, are

discussed within the Utilities and Community Facilities section since these programs are related

to municipally owned and managed infrastructure.

Numerous federal, state, regional, local, and private plans and programs exist which contribute to

preservation, conservation, or management of agricultural, natural, and cultural resources in west

central Wisconsin. Some of the more notable programs are briefly described here, but no such

list can be exhaustive.

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