Marathon Area Elementary Safe Routes To School

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs are an opportunity to make walking and bicycling to school safer for children in grades K-8, and to increase the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle. On a broader level, SRTS programs can enhance children’s health and well-being, ease traffic congestion near the school, and improve community members’ overall quality of life.

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Planning Process
In 2022, the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission and Marathon School District won a WisDOT SRTS planning grant to create a SRTS Plan for Marathon Area Elementary. In the fall of 2023, Marathon City and Marathon Area Elementary began SRTS Planning with the assistance of the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (NCWRPC). The NCWRPC guided the Marathon Area Elementary SRTS Task Force through the planning process.

Marathon Area Elementary SRTS Task Force
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Fred Heider, Planner, North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission

 

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Stevens Point Urban Area Sewer Service Area Plan 2040 Update

This report is intended to update and replace the previous, Urban Area Sewer Service Plan for the City of Stevens Point and surrounding urban area. These types of plans are also known as areawide water quality management plans.

The general purpose of this areawide water quality management plan, herein referred to as Sewer Service Area Plan, is to maintain a twenty-year sanitary sewer service boundary for the Stevens Point Urban Area and an institutional structure for implementing the Plan and managing the extension of sanitary sewage services within this urban area. The urban sanitary sewer service area boundary identifies the geographic land area within which sanitary sewer service could be made available by the year 2040 in a cost effective, environmentally acceptable manner.

Wausau Metropolitan Area Regional Housing Assessment

The North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is completing a regional housing assessment for the Town of Rib Mountain, Villages of Kronenwetter, Maine, Marathon City, Rothschild, and Weston, and Cities of Schofield and Wausau. This project uses Census data, real estate data, surveys, and interviews to find out what kinds of housing needs to be built in the region and what communities can do to help. Surveys and interviews will take place Fall 2022 and project completion is December 2022. This fact sheet summarizes the project’s findings as of Summer 2022.

Summer 2022: Background Data Collection

Fall 2022: Public Survey and Open Houses (Wausau City Hall, Rib Mountain Town Hall, and former Weston Village Hall)

The Public Survey closed on October 31, 2022

Public Comment on the Final Draft closed December 31, 2022

Presentations:

Tuesday, March 28th, 2023 @ 6:30 p.m.
City of Wausau Council Chambers
407 Grant St, Wausau, WI 54403

Other presentations TBD

Wausau Urban Area Sewer Service Area Plan 2040

This report is intended to update and replace the previous, 2025 Wausau Urban Area Sewer Service Plan for the City of Wausau and surrounding urban area. These types of plans are also known as areawide water quality management plans.

The general purpose of this areawide water quality management plan, herein referred to as Sewer Service Area Plan, is to maintain a twenty-year sanitary sewer service boundary for the Wausau Urban Area and an institutional structure for implementing the Plan and managing the extension of sanitary sewage services within this urban area. The urban sanitary sewer service area boundary identifies the geographic land area within which sanitary sewer service could be made available by the year 2040 in a costeffective, environmentally acceptable manner.

Village of Marathon City Comprehensive Plan 2017

The Village of Marathon City Comprehensive Plan is intended to guide Village and county decision makers on a variety of issues over the next twenty years. This plan documents existing conditions in the Village and identifies primary issues or concerns to address in the future and identifies policies and actions to address those concerns. It includes information that assists in making decisions about such topics as future development, land use, transportation, housing, and economic development.