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Wisconsin's Comprehensive Planning Law (Wis. Stats. 66.1001) requires every governmental jurisdiction that regulates the use of land through a land division ordinance, shoreland zoning ordinance, general purpose zoning ordinance, or official map to have an adopted comprehensive plan. In addition, as part of the State Statute requirements, a comprehensive plan must be updated at a minimum of every 10 years. The Florence County 20-Year Comprehensive Plan was adopted by resolution of the Florence County Board of Supervisors on June 15, 2010. The Comprehensive Plan Update ensures the County has an up-to-date tool to make informed land use decisions. The 20-Year Comprehensive Plan Update was adopted by resolution of the Florence County Board of Supervisors on November 10, 2020.
Florence County 20-Year Comprehensive Plan Update