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1 FUTURE LAND USE SUMMARIES EAU CLAIRE COUNTY COMMUNITIES Reserved for the Town of Bridge Creek, Future Land Use Summary F 1

2 Reserved for the Town of Bridge Creek, Future Land Use Map F 2

3 Town of Brunswick, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities, with nonfarm residential development limited to a density of no more than one (1) unit per five (5) acres, with two (2) acre minimum lot sizes. Additional limitations on non farm development include right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of non farm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. The Town encourages the use of conservation subdivisions and will consider lower lot sizes and additional bonus lots in exchange for open space preservation. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A 2, A 3, A R, AC R, F 1, and F 2. Rural Residential areas intended for rural residential neighborhoods with a density of no more than one (1) unit per two (2) acres. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH and R 1 L (with approved conservation subdivisions). Rural Commercial areas intended for commercial development (C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning districts), particularly those that fit within a rural context. Rural Industrial areas intended for industrial development (I 1 or I 2 zoning districts), particularly those that fit within a rural context. Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. Park & Recreational areas suitable for public park and recreational use. Recreational Commercial areas suitable for private park and recreational use. F 3

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5 Reserved for the Town of Clear Creek, Future Land Use Summary F 5

6 Reserved for the Town of Clear Creek, Future Land Use Map F 6

7 Town of Drammen, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities, with nonfarm residential development occurring on lots no smaller than two (2) acres unless part of a conservation subdivision. Additional limitations on non farm development include right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of non farm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. The Town prohibits conventional subdivisions but allows conservation subdivisions at a density of one (1) unit per five (5) acres. The Town will consider lower lot sizes and additional bonus lots in exchange for open space preservation. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A 2, A 3, A R, AC R, F 1, and F 2. Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. F 7

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9 Reserved for the Town of Fairchild, Future Land Use Summary F 9

10 Reserved for the Town of Fairchild, Future Land Use Map F 10

11 Town of Lincoln, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Conservancy an overlay district consisting of wetlands and floodplains where development is strictly limited or prohibited. Exclusive Agriculture areas intended exclusively for agricultural use, farm residences, and agriculturally related businesses. The minimum lot size for these uses is 35 acres, consistent with A1 EX zoning. Some non farm residential development is permitted as long as the resulting density of development does not exceed two residences per 40 acres, with a minimum lot size of ½ acre. For every pair of lots created a minimum of 35 acres is deed restricted for agricultural use. In order to qualify for these policies the cluster development must involve at least 80 acres, residents must enter into right to farm agreements, and the new lots must be located to avoid sensitive natural features and prime agricultural soils. The Town may consider the use of Transfer of Development Rights. Forestry includes land in the Eau Claire County Forest and other land along the Eau Claire River, much of which consists of managed forests. The intent of this planning area is to preserve County Forests, forested areas adjacent to the County Forest, and other areas along the Eau Claire River. The minimum lot size for these areas is 20 acres, consistent with A 3 or F 2 zoning. Cluster residential development is permitted as long as the resulting density of development does not exceed three units per 40 acres, with minimum lot size of ½ acre. For every three lots created a minimum of 35 acres is deed restricted for forestry or open space use. In order to qualify for these policies the cluster development must involve at least 40 acres, new lots must be located to avoid sensitive natural features, and an area equal to the size of any area cleared for development must be reforested. The Town may consider the use of Transfer of Development Rights and density bonuses. Agricultural Residential areas suitable for residential and hobby farm development. The minimum lot size for residential development is five (5) acres, consistent with A 2 zoning. Cluster residential development is permitted as long as the resulting density of development does not exceed ten units per 40 acres, with minimum lot size of ½ acre. For every ten lots created a minimum of 35 acres is deed restricted for agriculture or open space use. In order to qualify for these policies the cluster development must involve at least 40 acres. Rural Homes areas suitable for suburban single family residential neighborhoods. minimum lot size for residential development is one (1) acre, consistent with RH zoning. The F 11

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13 Town of Ludington, 2003 Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s plan does not contain a future land use map; however, the primary tenets of the plan are to: Maintain and promote the Town s independence by enhancing the Town government as the primary government unit, while also limiting Town government to an essential minimum for providing basic services. The plan recognizes that the County presently has zoning authority within Ludington for shorelines and wetlands, but does not seek to establish additional zoning regulations. In addition, the policies of the plan state that the Town will continue to rely upon State standards for protecting environmentally sensitive areas, protecting threatened and endangered species, ground water management, wetland habitat protection, and protection of historical and cultural resources. Recognizing private property rights by guiding and not controlling future development. Promote the Town s rural character by supporting family farms, state right to farm laws, and forests. The Town discourages junk cars, casinos, mobile home parks, factory farms, and animals (dogs and cats) at large. Encourage development of lots no smaller than five (5) acres for each residential unit. Multiple dwellings exceeding six (6) units per lot are prohibited. F 13

14 Reserved for the Town of Ludington, Future Land Use Map F 14

15 Town of Otter Creek, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities. Non farm development is permitted at as long as the resulting density does not exceed one (1) unit per 35 acres, with new lots ranging in size between one (1) and five (5) acres. Additional limitations on non farm development include right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of nonfarm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A R, F 1, and F 2. Rural Commercial areas intended for commercial development (C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning districts). Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. F 15

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17 Town of Pleasant Valley, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities, with nonfarm residential development limited to a density of no more than one (1) unit per five (5) acres, with one (1) acre minimum lot sizes. Additional limitations on non farm development include right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of non farm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. The Town encourages the use of conservation subdivisions and will consider lower lot sizes and additional bonus lots in exchange for open space preservation. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A 2, A 3, A R, AC R, F 1, and F 2. Rural Transition areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space consistent with the policies of the Rural Preservation classification. Within the horizon of the plan, future development in the RT area is expected to be consistent with the existing pattern of development; however, it is anticipated that over time these lands may be transitioned to more intensive development. Rural Residential areas intended for rural residential neighborhoods with a density of no more than one (1) unit per two (2) acres. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH and R 1 L (with approved conservation subdivisions). Rural Hamlet areas intended for a broader mix of uses including commercial, institutional, recreational, and residential. This area is limited to the unincorporated village of Cleghorn. New development is limited to a maximum density of two (2) units per (1) acre. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH, R 1 L, R 1 M, R 2, R 3, C 1, and C 2. Rural Commercial areas intended for commercial development (C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning districts). Rural Industrial areas intended for industrial development (I 1 or I 2 zoning districts). Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. Park & Recreational areas suitable for public park and recreational use. Recreational Commercial areas suitable for private park and recreational use. F 17

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19 Town of Seymour, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities, with nonfarm residential development limited to a density consistent with the zoning of parcels on January 1, For example, parcels zoned A1 EX have density of one (1) unit per 35 acres and those zoned A2 have a density of one (1) unit per five (5) acres. The minimum lot size for new development is 1 ½ acres, with additional limitations on non farm development including right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of non farm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. The Town prohibits the use of conventional subdivisions in favor of conservation subdivisions, and will consider lower lot sizes and additional bonus lots in exchange for open space preservation. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A 2, A 3, A R, AC R, F 1, and F 2. Rural Residential areas intended for rural residential neighborhoods with a density of no more than one (1) unit per two (2) acres. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH and R 1 L (with approved conservation subdivisions). Urban Mixed Use areas intended for a broader mix of uses including commercial, institutional, recreational, and residential, which are likely to be served with public services within the next 20 years. This area is limited to areas immediately adjacent to the City of Eau Claire. New development is limited to a maximum density of eight (8) units per (1) acre with urban services, and three (3) units per acre with private sewage treatment. Preferred zoning districts include R 1 L, R 1 M, R 2, R 3, C 1, and C 2. Rural Commercial areas intended for commercial development (C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning districts). Rural Industrial areas intended for industrial development (I 1 or I 2 zoning districts). Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. County Forest areas owned by Eau Claire County and included within the County Forest program. Park & Recreational areas suitable for public park and recreational use. Recreational Commercial areas suitable for private park and recreational use. F 19

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21 Town of Union, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Exclusive Agriculture includes areas of the Town where traditional farming has occurred on prime farmland or soils that are highly erodible. The base density of development is one (1) unit per 35 acres. However, the Town allows the transfer of up to nine 40 acre parcels to a 40 acre parcel least suited for agriculture, contingent on preserving at least 75% of the developable 40 and the entire nine 40 acre tracts for agriculture or open space. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per 40 acres (10/400). The minimum lot size for new development is ½ acre. These policies are intended to be compatible with Eau Claire County s A1 Ex and AR zoning districts. Agricultural Residential includes agricultural lands that can accommodate limited non farm development due to location, soils, characteristics and relatively low intensity of agricultural operations. The base density of development is four (4) units per 40 acres, on 1 ½ acre lots. The Town permits up to six (6) ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 85% of the site is preserved or agriculture or open space. In addition, the Town will allow the transfer of allowable development of up to two 40 acre parcels to one least productive 40 if all parcels are contiguous and under the same ownership, contingent on preserving at least 60% of the developable 40 and the entire two 40 acre tracts for agriculture or open space. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per 6.6 acres (18/120). These policies are intended to be compatible with Eau Claire County s A 2 zoning district. Rural Residential includes rural lands that can accommodate non farm development due to location, soils characteristics, and relative lack of agricultural operations. The base residential density is dependent on a property s location in relation to the City of Eau Claire s Urban Sewer Service Area 2025 boundary. For properties within the SSA, base density is four (4) units per 40 acres on 2 ½ acre lots, allowed over a four year period. The Town permits up to six (6), ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 85% of the site is preserved for open space until urban sewer and water are available. If conservation design and common on site sewer/water are employed, the Town permits up to 12, ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 70% of the site is preserved for open space until urban sewer and water are available. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per three (3) acres (12/40). For properties outside of the 2025 SSA, the base density of development is six (6) units per 40 acres on 2 ½ acre lots, over a four year period. The Town permits up to eight (8), ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 80% of the site is preserved for open space. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per five (5) acres (8/40). These policies are intended to be compatible with Eau Claire County s RH and R 1 L zoning districts. Rural Transitional includes those rural lands that are likely to see non farm development due to location, soils characteristics, relative lack of agricultural operations and urbanization pressures. The base residential density is dependent on a property s location in relation to the City of Eau Claire s Urban Sewer Service Area 2025 boundary. For properties within the SSA, base density is four (4) units per 40 acres on 1 ½ acre lots, allowed over a four year period. The Town permits up to eight (8), ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 80% of the site is preserved for open space until urban sewer and water are available. If conservation design and common on site sewer/water are employed, the Town permits up to 16, ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 65% of the site is preserved for open space until urban sewer and water are available. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per 2.5 acres (16/40). F 21

22 For properties outside of the 2025 SSA, the base density of development is eight (8) units per 40 acres on 1 ½ acre lots, over a four year period. The Town permits up to 10, ½ acre lots per 40 acres if 75% of the site is preserved for open space. This would result in an overall density of one (1) unit per four (4) acres (10/40). These policies are intended to be compatible with Eau Claire County s RH and R 1 L zoning districts. Commercial/Industrial includes areas appropriate for commercial or industrial development. Urban sewer service is required for new commercial and industrial uses within the Urban Sewer Service Area if such service is available. The minimum lot size for commercial or industrial development is 1 ½ acres, unless receiving urban sewer and water services. Conservancy There are no direct policies associated with this classification. Public/Institutional There are no direct policies associated with this classification. F 22

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25 Town of Washington, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary Individuals are advised to consult the Town s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Town s future land use plan includes the following classifications: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation areas intended primarily for agricultural/open space use, farm residences, agriculturally related businesses, cottage industries, mineral extraction, and utilities, with non farm residential development occurring on lots no smaller than five (5) acres unless part of a conservation subdivision. Additional limitations on non farm development include right to farm disclosure and limitations on the location of nonfarm lots on Class I, II, or III soils. The Town prohibits conventional subdivisions in areas zoned A1 EX but allows conservation subdivisions at a density of one (1) unit per 40 acres, with 35 acres preserved for each unit created. The Town will consider lower lot sizes and additional bonus lots in exchange for open space preservation. Preferred zoning districts include A1 EX, A 2, A 3, A R, F 1, and F 2. Rural Residential areas intended for rural residential neighborhoods with a density of no more than one (1) unit per two (2) acres. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH and R 1 L (with approved conservation subdivisions). Rural Residential Cluster Development areas intended for rural residential neighborhoods strictly using conservation subdivision techniques. The maximum density of development is one (1) unit per two (2) acres. Preferred zoning districts include RH and R 1 L. Urban Mixed Use areas intended for a broader mix of uses including commercial, institutional, recreational, and residential, which are likely to be served with public services within the next 20 years. This area is limited to areas immediately adjacent to the City of Eau Claire. New development is limited to a maximum density of eight (8) units per (1) acre with urban services, and three (3) units per acre with private sewage treatment. Preferred zoning districts include R 1 L, R 1 M, R 2, R 3, C 1, and C 2. Rural Hamlet areas intended for a broader mix of uses including commercial, institutional, recreational, and residential. This area is limited to the unincorporated village of Brackett. New development is limited to a maximum density of two (2) units per (1) acre. Conservation subdivisions are encouraged. Preferred zoning districts include RH, R 1 L, R 1 M, R 2, R 3, C 1, and C 2 Rural Commercial areas intended for commercial development (C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning districts). Rural Industrial areas intended for industrial development (I 1 or I 2 zoning districts). Public & Institutional areas suitable for public or institutional use. County Forest areas owned by Eau Claire County in the County Forest program. Park & Recreational areas suitable for public park and recreational use. Recreational Commercial areas suitable for private park and recreational use. F 25

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27 Reserved for the Town of Wilson, Future Land Use Summary F 27

28 Reserved for the Town of Wilson, Future Land Use Map F 28

29 Village of Fall Creek, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary The County does not have zoning or subdivision authority within incorporated jurisdictions, so the following summary is limited to those portions of the Village s plan that provide recommendations for the area within its municipal plat review area 1. It is within this area that certain land use proposals, such as subdivision development, require approval by the Village, applicable town, and Eau Claire County. Individuals are advised to consult the Village s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The Village s future land use plan includes the following classifications within their plat review area: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation The majority of the Village s peripheral areas are planned as Rural Preservation. The primary intent of these areas is to preserve productive agricultural lands in the long term, protect existing farm & forestry operations from encroachment by incompatible uses, promote further investments in farming, maintain farmer eligibility for incentive programs, and to preserve wildlife habitat. Some limited lowdensity development is anticipated in the RP areas in accordance with the Exclusive Agricultural policies of Town of Lincoln s Land Use Plan as adopted on May Industrial The plan recommends additional industrial development along USH 12 as an expansion of the Fall Creek Business Park. The location of this site between two major transportation facilities (USH 12 and the Union Pacific railroad) makes it an ideal location for future business development. The intensity and types of industrial development within these areas shall be regulated through the Village s zoning code. 1 The area within 1 ½ miles of the municipal boundary. F 29

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31 Reserved for the Village of Fairchild, Future Land Use Summary F 31

32 Reserved for the Village of Fairchild, Future Land Use Map F 32

33 City of Altoona, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary The County does not have zoning or subdivision authority within incorporated jurisdictions, so the following summary is limited to those portions of the City s plan that provide recommendations for the area within its municipal plat review area 2. It is within this area that certain land use proposals, such as subdivision development, require approval by the City, Town of Washington, and County. Individuals are advised to consult the City s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The City s future land use plan includes the following classifications within their plat review area: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Commercial the City s plan identifies both sides of the US 12 corridor for future commercial development. The intensity and types of commercial development within these areas shall be regulated through the City s zoning code (see Chapter 19, C Commercial, C 1 Office Commercial, or BP Business Park District). Industrial some additional industrial land has been identified for the area between the railroad and planned US 12 commercial corridor. The intensity and types of industrial development within these areas shall be regulated through the City s zoning code (see Chapter 19, Industrial District). Low Density Residential the areas between the railroad and the Eau Claire River are identified for low density residential development. The majority of this area consists of rural subdivisions and the City s plan encourages infill development at a maximum gross density of five (5) residential dwelling units per acre. Planned Neighborhood the areas south of the US 12 commercial corridor and north of CTH A have been identified for future neighborhoods. Approximately 75% of the developed portion of the neighborhoods will be low density single family residential ( 5 units/ac). The remaining portion may feature a mix of medium density two family or small multifamily developments (5 10 units/ac). Planned Neighborhoods should feature a variety of lot sizes and housing styles, consistent with traditional neighborhood design principles. A limited amount of mixed use or neighborhood business development maybe appropriate near collector streets; however, intensive business or industrial developments shall be avoided. Rural Preservation Includes all land outside of the sewer service area not already identified for short term development. The primary intent of these areas is to preserve productive agricultural lands in the long term, protect existing farm & forestry operations from encroachment by incompatible uses, promote further investments in farming, maintain farmer eligibility for incentive programs, and to preserve wildlife habitat. Some limited low density development is anticipated in the RP areas in accordance with the City s density policy of one (1) unit per 10 acres of land. The City may require placement of covenants or deed restrictions or require the dedication of easements or rights of way that are deemed necessary and appropriate to protect environmental quality, public health, safety and welfare, or otherwise implement the City s Official Map and this Comprehensive Plan. Special exceptions to these 2 The area within 1 ½ miles of the municipal boundary. F 33

34 requirements may be allowed upon review of the Plan Commission and approval of the Common Council subject to an agreement between the City, landowner (or their agent) and the Town of Washington. Rural Transition Includes all land within the sewer service area not already identified for short term development. The primary intent of this classification is to identify certain lands in proximity to developed areas, to be preserved in mainly agricultural and open space uses until such time as more intensive development may be appropriate. Within the RT classification, new development shall be limited in accordance with all policies applicable to the Rural Preservation classification, until such time when the City identifies that particular mapped area as appropriate for more intensive development. Other classifications such as Recreational Commercial, Park and Recreational, and Public/Institutional, primarily indicate existing uses that are expected to continue into the future. F 34

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37 City of Augusta, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary The County does not have zoning or subdivision authority within incorporated jurisdictions, so the following summary is limited to those portions of the City s plan that provide recommendations for the area within its municipal plat review area 3. It is within this area that certain land use proposals, such as subdivision development, require approval by the City, applicable town, and Eau Claire County. Individuals are advised to consult the City s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The City s future land use plan includes the following classifications within their plat review area: Natural Resource Protection an overlay district consisting of wetlands, floodplains, areas within steep slopes greater than 20%, and areas within the County Shoreline District. Rural Preservation The primary intent of these areas is to preserve productive agricultural lands in the long term, protect existing farm & forestry operations from encroachment by incompatible uses, promote further investments in farming, maintain farmer eligibility for incentive programs, and to preserve wildlife habitat. Some limited low density development is anticipated in the RP areas in accordance with any land use plan development by the Town of Bridge Creek and the Eau Claire County Comprehensive Plan. Non farm development shall be located on the least productive portion of the original parcel. Cluster development and conservation subdivisions are highly encouraged for all non farm residential development. 3 The area within 1 ½ miles of the municipal boundary. F 37

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39 City of Eau Claire, Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Summary The County does not have zoning or subdivision authority within incorporated jurisdictions, so the following summary is limited to those portions of the City s plan that provide recommendations for the area within its municipal plat review area 4. It is within this area that certain land use proposals, such as subdivision development, require approval by the City, applicable town, and Eau Claire County. Individuals are advised to consult the City s plan to understand the full extent and intentions of local policies. The City s future land use plan includes the following classifications within their plat review area: Agricultural or Very Low Density Housing indicates locations where limited rural housing and continued agricultural operations are expected to occur. The plan requires a maximum density of one (1) unit per 10 acres. The reminder of the lot not developed with lots and roads requires a conservation easement precluding further development until such time as urban sanitary sewer service is available and utilized. Other provisions are also applicable. Future Neighborhood indicates locations where housing and supportive commercial and nonresidential development are expected to occur. The arrangement of residential densities and types will be determined through future sub area plans. Most of the land within the 2025 Sewer Service Area falls within this designation. Low Density Housing indicates locations where single family or two family housing plus lowdensity attached housing is expected to occur at densities ranging from 2.5 to six (6) housing units per acre, with lot sizes in the range of 6,000 square feet and up (with City services). Medium and High Density Housing indicates locations where small lot detached houses, duplexes, townhouses, 4, 6 and 8 unit buildings are expected to occur. The expected density is greater than six (6) units per net acre (with City services). Commercial areas indentified for future commercial development (C 1A, C 1, C 2, or C 3 zoning). Urban sewer service is required for new commercial uses within the Urban Sewer Service Area if such service is available. Light Industry areas indentified for future light industrial development such as office buildings, light industrial buildings, and manufacturing related warehousing (I 1, or Business Park zoning). Urban sewer service is required for new industrial uses within the Urban Sewer Service Area if such service is available. General Industry areas indentified for industry that involves railroad service, heavy truck traffic, extensive outdoor storage, noise and odors, or the handling of raw materials (I 2 zoning). Applicable to existing urban areas only. Other classifications, such as Park, School, Golf Course, and Public Facilities, primarily indicate existing uses that are expected to continue into the future. 4 The area within 3 miles of the municipal boundary. F 39

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