The primary function of this comprehensive plan is to establish a framework to influence future policy decisions with the overarching goal of making Marathon County the Healthiest, Safest, Most Prosperous County in the State. The plan also provides a blueprint for growth and development to maintain rural character. In addition, the plan set priorities for public expenditures. To be effective, this plan should be actively used as a tool to guide decisions concerning:
- The development and implementation of programs and support systems that further the goals and objectives set forth in this plan.
- The implementation and enforcement of regulatory ordinances based on the goals and objectives identified in this plan.
- The implementation of specific actions as identified in this plan.
- The establishment of a continued planning process providing for periodic review and updates to this plan.
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|Marathon County Comprehensive Plan 4.1 MB|
|Adopted plan. Download maps below:|
|Executive Summary of Comprehensive Plan 880 KB|
|2-1 Population Change 1990-2010 1.5 MB|
|2-2 Projected Population Change 2010-2030 1.5 MB|
|2-3 Six Regions 1.4 MB|
|4-1 Housing Unit Change 2000-2010 1.5 MB|
|5-1 Natural Resources 6.8 MB|
|5-2 Terrain 1.16 MB|
|5-3 Depth to Bedrock 1.1 MB|
|6-1 Water Resources 4.2 MB|
|6-2 Depth to Groundwater 1.1 MB|
|6-3 Designated Waters 1.6 MB|
|6-4 High Capacity Wells 1.1 MB|
|6-5 Shoreland Jurisdiction Areas 3.3 MB|
|7-1 Police Service 400 KB|
|7-2 Fire Service 460 KB|
|7-3 EMS Service 400 KB|
|8-1 Transportation 1.1 MB|
|8-2 Metro-Transportation 775 KB|
|8-3 Utilities 820 KB|
|9-1 Existing Land Use - 2015 9.0 MB|
|9-2 Land Use Change 2000-2010 990 KB|
|9-3 Future Land Use 7.3 MB|
|9-4 Farmland Preservation Areas 880 KB|
|9-5 Zoning Status 720 KB|
|10-1 School Districts 930 KB|
|10-2 Education & Industrial Parks 1.0 MB|
|11-1 Recreation Areas 1.0 MB|
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