Zoning is one tool used to carry out community goals and objectives as set forth in a comprehensive or land use plan. This compilation by Struck covers such topics as zoning powers and developing a zoning ordinance to extraterritorial zoning.
Towns and counties have separate, well-defined roles in adoption, amendment and exceptions to general zoning.
Helps communities find an appropriate balance between private rights in continued use of existing development and the public purposes of new land use regulations. Printed copies are available at no charge. If you would like to order printed copies, you may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715-346-3783.