Town of Blackwell Comprehensive Plan – 2010

The Town of Blackwell Comprehensive Plan, explores potential issues that may have an effect on the development of the Town over the 20-year planning period of the plan.

As required by the state’s comprehensive planning law [§66.1001(2)(a) Wis. Stats.], this chapter contains trends and forecasts with jurisdictional comparisons for some basic demographics including: population, households, employment, age, education, and income. Although forecasts should typically cover the 20-year planning period, in some cases, the only acceptable sources had lesser time periods for their forecasts. Official sources are used for data and forecasting, including the WDOA Demographic Service Center, and the U.S. Census Bureau.

Town of Nashville Comprehensive Plan – 2009

The Town of Nashville Comprehensive Plan of 2009 is a document that describes who we are as a community and public and private resources that are available to us in planning our future. The Plan gives us a comprehensive statistical profile of our community as of 2000 and makes a comparison of change since 1990 on a town, county and state level.

The Plan is a tool and not a description of end results or future planning goals. Citizens of the town and the Town Board and its Plan Commission can draw from the information in the Plan to shape the future development of the community and set realistic goals in planning decisions. What the town’s future will look like remains the determination of its citizenry. The Plan serves as a database and guide for this process.