Home Of The Vikings!
110 Oak Street E., P.O. Box 567
Frederic, WI 54837
Why should a community plan?
Planning is a basic function of local government in Wisconsin. Comprehensive plans and land use regulations such as zoning, building codes, design standards are, for the most part, locally designated. Planning commissions and local elected officials prepare plans in order to preserve the public health, safety and welfare of the community. Effective planning ensures the orderly development of land within the planning jurisdiction.
The Village of Frederic plans for a number of reasons:
Successful and prosperous communities don’t just happen, they must be continually rethought and redesigned. A community must actively manage its growth and respond to changing circumstances if it is to meet the needs of its residents and retain the quality of life that originally attracted those residents to the community.
The mission of the Planning Commission is to assist in the adoption and implementation of the Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Frederic, recommend zoning changes and administratively act on development proposals.
The Planning Commission meets on a need-to basis.
Planning Commission Minutes: