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0B0B
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ONING
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C
HAPTER
66

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F THE

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UNICIPAL
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F THE

V
ILLAGE OF

S
ISTER
B
AY
,

W
ISCONSIN












Last Revised:

May 14, 2013

See Page
162

for summary of changes.

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Table of Contents
1

0B0B
Zoning Code

1

2

Section
100

-

Statutory Authority And Purpose

1

3

Sec.
66.0101

Authority

1

4

Sec.
66.0102

Purpose

1

5

Sec.
66.0103

Intent

1

6

Sec.
66.0104

Abrogation and Greater Restrictions

1

7

Sec.
66.0105

Interpretation

1

8

Sec.
66.0106

Severability

1

9

Sec.
66.0107

Title

1

10

Sec.
66.0108

Adoption

1

11

Section
200

-

Jurisdiction

3

12

Sec.
66.0201

Jurisdiction

3

13

Sec.
66.0202

Compliance

3

14

Sec.
66.0203

Municipalities and State Agencies Regulated

3

15

Sec.
66.0204

Annexation

3

16

3B3B
Section
300

Districts

5

17

Sec.
66.0300

Establishment

5

18

Sec.
66.0301

Zoning Map

5

19

Sec.
66.0302

Use Restrictions

5

20

Sec.
66.0303

Site and Lot Restrictions

6

21

Sec.
66.0304

Setback Requirements from the Water

8

22

Sec.
66.0305

Reduction

8

23

Sec.
66.0306

Additions

8

24

Sec.
66.0307

Special Setback Requirements

8

25

Residential Districts

10

26

Sec.
66.0310

RSOD Residential Second Dwelling Units Overlay District.

10

27

Sec. 66.0311 R
-
1 Single
-
Family Residence Dist
rict

13

28

Sec.
66.0312

R
-
2

Multiple
-
Family Residence District

17

29

Sec.
66.0313

R
-
3

Large Lot Residence District

21

30

Sec.
66.0314

R
-
4

Small Lot Residence District

25

31

Sec.
66.0315

CS
-
1

Countryside District

29

32

Business Districts

33

33

Sec.
66.0320

B
-
1

General Business District

33

34

Sec. 66.0322 B
-
2 Downtown B
usiness Transition District

37

35

Sec.
66.0323

B
-
3

Downtown Business District

44

36

Other Districts

50

37

Sec.
66.0330

I
-
1

Institutional District

50

38

Sec.
66.0331

P
-
1

Park District

52

39

Overlay Districts

54

40

Sec.
66.0340

W
-
1

Wetland Overlay District

54

41

Sec.
66.0341

PUD Planned Unit Development Overlay District

57

42

Sec.
66.0342

HL Highway
42

and
57

Landscape Setback Overlay District

63

43

Sec. 66.0344 BP Bluff Pro
tection Overlay District

65

44

Sec.
66.0345

WHP Wellhead Protection District

68

45

Sec.
66.0346

RS Ridges and Swales

73

46

Sec.
66.0350

RO Restaurant Overlay District RO
-
1

75

47

4B4B
Section 400
-
Traffic, Loa
ding, Parking And Access

79

48

Sec.
66.0401

Traffic Visibility

79

49

Sec. 66
.
0402

Loading Requirements

79

50

Sec.
66.0403

Parking Requirements

79

51

Sec.
66.0404

Adjustments to Required Parking

84

52

Sec. 66.0405 Parking of Vehicles in Residential D
istricts

86

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Sec.
66.0406

Highway Access

87

1

Sec. 66.0407 Other Parking
Restrictions

88

2

5B5B
Section
500

-

Accessory Uses, Home Occupations, Fences, And Antennas

90

3

Sec.
66.0501

Accessory Uses and Structures

90

4

Sec.
66.0502

Fences

94

5

Sec.
66.0503

Antennas

95

6

Sec.
66.0504

Wireless Telecommunication Sites

96

7

Sec.
66.0505

Wind Power Generating Towers

99

8

Sec.
66.0506

Outdoor Displays

99

9

6B6B
Section
600

-

Modifications

102

10

Sec.
66.0601

Height Modifications

102

11

Sec.
66.0602

Setback Modifications

102

12

7B7B
Section
700

-

Signs

104

13

Sec.
66.0700

Purpose and Intent

104

14

Sec.
66.0701

Design Guidelines

104

15

Sec.
66.0710

Business District Signage with Permit

105

16

Sec.
66.0711

Shopping Center Signage with Permit

106

17

Sec.
66.0712

Business Off
-
Premise Signage with Permit

107

18

Sec.
66.0713

Sandwich Board Signage with Permit

108

19

Sec.
66.0720

On
-
Premise Signs without Permit

108

20

Sec.
66.0721

On/Off
-
Premise Signs without Permit

109

21

Sec. 66.0722
Other On/Off
-
Premise Signs with Permit

110

22

Sec.
66.0730

Residential Districts Signage with Permit

110

23

Sec.
66.0731

Countryside District Signage with Permit

110

24

Sec.
66.0732

Institutional and Park Districts Signage with Permit

111

25

Sec.
66.0750

Sign Permit

111

26

Sec.
66.0751

Construction Standards

111

27

Sec. 66.0752 Color and Ligh
ting

112

28

Sec.
66.0753

Measuring Signs

112

29

Sec. 66.0754 Maintenance of

Signs

113

30

Sec.
66.0770

Prohibited Signs

113

31

Sec. 66.0780 Legal
Non
-
conforming Signs

114

32

Sec.
66.0790

Historic Signs

115

33

Sec. 66.079
1

Compliance

115

34

8B8B
Section
800

-

Performance Standards

117

35

Sec. 66
.
0801

Compliance

117

36

Sec.
66.0802

Air Pollution

117

37

Sec. 66.0803 Fire

and Explosive Hazards

117

38

Sec.
66.0804

Heat

11
7

39

Sec. 66.0805 Water
Quality Protection

117

40

Sec.
66.0806

Radioactivity and Electrical Disturbances

117

41

Sec.
66.0807

Vibration

117

42

Sec.
66.0808

Noise

118

43

Sec. 66
.
0809

Outdoor Lighting

118

44

9B9B
Section
900

-

Non
-
Conforming Uses, Structures And Lots

122

45

Sec.
66.0900

Non
-
Conforming Use Definitions

122

46

Sec.
66.0901

Existing Non
-
Conforming Uses

122

47

Sec.
66.0902

Conforming Structures on Non
-
Conforming Lots

123

48

Sec
.
66.0910

Non
-
Conforming Structure Definitions

123

49

Sec.
66.0911

Non
-
Conforming Structures

123

50

Sec.
66.0920

Existing Non
-
Conforming Lots

124

51

Sec.
66.0921

Wetland Non
-
Conforming Uses

124

52

Sec.
66.0922

Interpretation and Proof of Uses

124

53

Section
1000



Other Permits and Regulations

126

54

Sec.
66.1000

Tree Cutting Regulations

126

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Sec. 66.1015 Land Disturb
ance Regulations.

127

1

Sec.
66.1020

Pier Permits

128

2

Sec. 66.1025
Impact on Housing Stock

130

3

Sec.
66.1030

Impact on Workforce Housing

130

4

Sec.
66.1035

Property Addressing

131

5

Sec.
66.1036

Criteria for Address Number Assignment.

131

6

Sec.
66.1037

Address Sign Criteria and Placement

132

7

Sec.
66.1038

Street and Road Naming

133

8

Sec.
66.1039

County Administration of Village Numbering

133

9

Sec. 66.1040 Property Address Reassignment Implemen
tation

133

10

Sec.
66.1050

Site Plan and Architectural Review

134

11

Sec.
66.1055

Architectural Review Criteria.

137

12

Sec.
66.1060

Landscaping

143

13

10B10B
Section
1500

-

Administration

147

14

Sec.
66.1500

Plan Commission

147

15

Sec.
66.1505

Public Information

147

16

Sec.
66.1510

Zoning Administrator Designated

147

17

Sec.
66.1520

Development Agreement Required.

148

18

Sec. 66.1525 Term
s of Development Agreement.

148

19

Sec.
66.1530

Zoning Permit Required

149

20

Sec.
66.1531

Zoning Permit Not Required

151

21

Sec.
66.1532

Certificates of Occupancy and Compliance Required

152

22

Sec. 66.1535 Conditional Use Pe
rmit

152

23

Sec.
66.1540

Other Permits

154

24

Sec.
66.1545

Permit Fees

154

25

Sec.
66.1550

Violations

155

26

Sec.
66.1560

Remedial Action

155

27

Sec.
66.1570

Penalties

155

28

Sec.
66.1575

Renewal of Permits

155

29

11B11B
1600

-

Zoning Board Of Appeals

157

30

Sec.
66.1601

Establishment

157

31

Sec.
66.1602

Organization

157

32

Sec.
66.1603

Powers

157

33

Sec.
66.1604

Appeals and Applications

157

34

Sec.
66.1605

Hearings

157

35

Sec.
66.1606

Notice to DNR

158

36

Sec.
66.1607

Findings

158

37

Sec.
66.1608

Wetland Mapping Disputes

158

38

Sec.
66.1609

Decision

158

39

Sec.
66.1610

Review by Court of Record

158

40

12B12B
Section
1700

-

Changes And Amendments

161

41

155B155B
Sec.
66.1701

Authority

161

42

156B156B
Sec.
66.1702

Initiation

161

43

157B157B
Sec.
66.1703

Applications

161

44

158B158B
Sec.
66.1704

Review and Recommendations

161

45

159B159B
Sec.
66.1705

Hearings

161

46

160B160B
Sec.
66.1706

Village Board’s Action

161

47

161B161B
Sec.
66.1708

Wetland Amendments

161

48

162B162B
Sec.
66.1709

Protest

162

49

Sec.
66.1710

Map and Text Amendments

162

50

13B13B
Section
1800



Public Hearings

165

51

163B163B
Sec.
66.1801

Public Hearings

165

52

14B14B
Section
2000

-

Definitions

167

53

164B164B
Sec.
66.2001

General Definitions

167

54

165B165B
Sec.
66.2100

Specific Words and Phrases

167

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15B15B
Section 3000
-

Index

187

1

Sec.
66.3000

Index

187

2

17B17B
Section 4000


Architectual Gui
de

199

3

Sec.
66.4200

Illustrations

199

4

18B18B
Section 4200


Sandwich B
oard Guide

203

5

169B169B
Sec.
66.4200

Illustrations

203

6

19B19B
Section
4300

-

Appendix Of Zoning Illustrations

206

7

170B170B
Sec.
66.4300

Illustrations

206

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S
EC
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66.0101

A
UTHORITY

S
EC
.

66.0108

A
DOPTION


1

Sec. 66.0101 Authority

1

These regulations

are adopted under the a
u-
2

thor
i
ty

granted by sections 61.35, 62.23(7),
3

62.231 and 87.30 of the Wisconsin Statutes
.
4

Therefore, the Village Board

of the Village of Si
s-
5

ter Bay, Wisconsin does ordain as follows
:

6

Sec. 66.0102 Purpose

7

The purpose

of this chapter is to promote the
8

health, safety, aesthetics

and general welfare of
9

this community.

10

Sec. 66.0103 Intent

11

It is the general intent of this chapter to regulate
12

an
d restrict the use of all structures, lands, and
13

waters; and to:

14

(a)

Regulate lot coverage and the size and loc
a-
15

tion of all structures so as to prevent ove
r-
16

crowding and to provide adequate sunlight,
17

air, sanitation, and drainage
;

18

(b)

Regulate popul
ation density

and distribution
19

so as to avoid sprawl or undue concentr
a-
20

tion and to facilitate the provision of ad
e-
21

quate public services

and utilities;

22

(c)

Regulate parking
, loading

and access so as
23

to lessen congestion in and promote the
24

safety and efficiency of the streets, hig
h-
25

ways and waterways;

26

(d)

Secure safety from fire
, flooding
, panic, po
l-
27

lution, contamination and other dangers;

28

(e)

Facilitate the adequat
e provision of transpo
r-
29

tation, water, sewerage, schools
, parks and
30

other public requirements;

31

(f)

Provide adequate light

and air, including a
c-
32

cess to sunlight for solar collectors;

33

(g)

Assure the protection of groun
dwater
,

34

(h)

Protect the traffic
-
carrying capacity of exis
t-
35

ing and proposed arterial streets and hig
h-
36

ways;

37

(i)

Stabilize and protect existing property va
l-
38

ues;

39

(j)

Further the appropriate use of land and co
n-
40

servation

of natural resources;

41

(k)

Preserve and promote the beauty of the
42

community;

43

(l)

Implement those municipal, county, wate
r-
44

shed, and regional comprehensive plans or
45

plan components adopted by the Village of
46

Sister Bay;

47

(m)

Provide for the administration

and enforc
e-
48

ment of this chapter and to provide penalties

49

for its violation.

50

Sec. 66.0104 Abrogation

and Greater R
e-
51

strictions

52

It is not intended by the provisions of this chapter
53

to repeal
, abrogate, annul, impair or interfere
54

with any existing easements, covenants, deed
55

restrictions, agreements, ordinances, rules,
56

reg
u
lations
, or permits previously adopted or i
s-
57

sued pursuant to laws. Except as otherwise pr
o-
58

vided in this c
hapter, wherever this chapter i
m-
59

poses greater restrictions
, the provisions of this
60

chapter shall govern.

61

Sec. 66.0105 Interpretation

62

In their interpretation

and application
, the prov
i-
63

sions of this chapter shall be held to be minimum
64

requirements and shall be liberally construed in
65

favor of the Village and shall not be deemed a
66

limitation or repeal of any other power granted
67

by the Wisconsin Statutes
.

68

Sec. 6
6.0106 Severability

69

If any section, clause, provision or portion of this
70

chapter is adjudged unconstitutional or invalid by
71

a court of competent jurisdiction
, the remainder
72

of this chapter shall not be affected thereby
.

73

Sec. 66.0107 Title

74

This chapter shall be known as, referred to or
75

cited as the “Zoning Chapter
o
f
t
he Municipal
76

Code
o
f Ordinances (Zoning Code), Village
o
f
77

Sister Bay, Door County, Wisconsin.”

78

Sec. 66.0108 Adoption

79

This code was adopted as Ordinance No.

102
-
80

110904 on November 9, 2004 and was effective
81

upon publication on November 16, 2004.

82



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ECTION
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TATUTORY
A
UTHORITY
A
ND
P
URPOSE

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66.0108

A
DOPTION

S
EC
.

66.0108

A
DOPTION


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66.0201

J
URISDICTION

S
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.

66.0204

A
NNEXATION


3


Sec. 66.0201 Jurisdiction

1

The jurisdiction

of this chapter shall include all
2

lands and waters within the corporate limits of
3

the Village of Sister Bay.

4

Sec. 66.0202 Compliance

5

The use of any land or water; the size, shape
6

and placement of lots; the use, size, type and l
o-
7

cation of
structures on lots; the filling

and gra
d-
8

ing

of any land; the cutting of shore land

cover;
9

the regulation of signs
, manufactured homes,
10

trailers and parking

lot
s; the consolidation or
11

splitting of parcels; and the subdivision

of lots
12

shall be in full compliance

with the terms of this
13

chapter and other applicable regulations
. The
14

construction of build
ings and structures, or any
15

addition thereto, and the changing of any land
16

use shall require a zoning permit

unless othe
r-
17

wise expressly excluded from the requirement of
18

this chapter. No structure
, land, or water shall
19

he
reafter be used or developed (as “develo
p-
20

ment
” is defined in section 66.
21
0
0

[See page
21

167
] of this chapter) and no structure or part
22

thereof sh
all hereafter be located, erected,
23

moved, reconstructed, extended, enlarged, co
n-
24

verted, or structurally altered except in conform
i-
25

ty with the regulations herein specified for the
26

district in which it is located; except that in res
i-
27

dence districts
, a lot of record as of November
28

16, 1973 even though not meeting the requir
e-
29

ments of this chapter as to area and width, may
30

be used for single family residence purposes.

31

Sec. 66.0203 Municipalities

and State Age
n-
32

cies Regulated

33

Unless specifically exempted by law all cities, vi
l-
34

lages, towns, counties, school districts
, voc
a-
35

tional school districts and other public entities
36

are required to comply with this chapter and o
b-
37

tain all require
d permits. State agencies are r
e-
38

quired to comply if section 13.48(13) of the Wi
s-
39

consin Statutes

applies. The construction, r
e-
40

construction,

maintenance

and repair of state
41

highways and bridges by the Wis
consin Depar
t-
42

ment of Transportation are exempt from compl
i-
43

ance

when Section
30.12
(
4
)(a) of the Wisconsin
44

Statutes applies, including subsequent amend
-
45

ments

to those rules..

46

Sec. 66.0204 Annexation

47

All ter
ritory annexed by the Village shall become
48

part of the CS
-
1

district until definite boundaries

49

and regulations

are recommended by the Plan
50

Commission

and adopted by th
e Village Board
,
51

such adoption to be completed within 90 days of
52

the annexation
.


53

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66.0204

A
NNEXATION

S
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66.0204

A
NNEXATION


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S
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66.0300

E
STABLISHMENT

S
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66.0302

U
SE
R
ESTRICTIONS


5


Sec. 66.0300 Establishment

1

For the purpose

of this chapter, the Village of
2

Sister Bay is hereby divided into ten basic use
3

districts

and four overlay districts

as follows:

4



Countryside (CS
-
1
)

5



Single
-
Family

Residence District (R
-
1
)

6



Multiple
-
Family

Residence District (R
-
2
)

7



Large Lot

Residence District (R
-
3
)

8



Small Lot

Residence District (R
-
4
)

9



General Business District (B
-
1
)

10



Downtown Business Transition District (B
-
11

2
)

12



Downtown Business District

(B
-
3
)

13



Institutional

District

(I
-
1)

14



Park/Recreation District (P
-
1
)

15



Wetland

Overlay District

(W
-
1
)

16



Planned Unit Development

Overlay Di
s-
17

trict (PUD
)

18



Highway 42

and Highway 57

Landscape
19

Setback

Overlay

District (HL
)

20



Bluff Protection Overlay Distr
ict

(BP
)

21



Wellhead

Protection Overlay

District
22

(WHP)

23



Ridges

and Swales

Overlay District (RS
-
24

1
)

25



Restaurant Overlay District (RO
-
1)

26


27

(a)

Boundaries
.

Boundaries

of these districts

28

are hereby established as shown on the
29

maps

entitled “Village of Sister Bay Off
i-
30

cial Zoning Map
” which map accompanies
31

and is herein made a part of this chapter.
32

All notations and references shown on the
33

map are as much a part of this chapter as
34

though specifically described herein. This
35

chapter hereby incorporates herein any
36

future c
hanges or any later zoning maps
37

that may be adopted by ordinance of the
38

Village Board
.

39

(b)

The district boundaries

in all districts
, e
x-
40

cept the overlay districts

shall be co
n-
41

strued to follow corporate limits; U.S. Pu
b-
42

lic Land Survey lines; lot or property lines;
43

centerlines of streets, highways, alleys
44

and easements. Where the district
45

boundary is parallel to corporate limits,
46

the centerline or right
-
of
-
way

of a street,
47

the district boundary shall be determined
48

by the dimension noted on the zoning
49

map
, or where said dimension is not no
t-
50

ed, by the scale contained on the zoning
51

map.

52

(c)

Boundaries

of the Wetland

Overlay Di
s-
53

trict

(W
-
1
) are based on the Wisconsin
54

Wetland Inventory Maps

for the Village,
55

dated July 1, 1992 or the most current
56

map. The wetlands included as W
-
1 are
57

those wetlands that are two or more acres
58

in area; and are located within 300 feet of
59

a navigable river, within 1,000 feet of a
60

lake, or within the 100
-
year recurrence i
n-
61

terval floodplain
. These boundaries are
62

for illustrative purposes onl
y. The actual
63

boundaries shall be those established by
64

a field staking of the particular wetland,
65

followed by a survey and legal description
66

of the wetland.

67

(d)

Vacation of public streets

and alleys shall
68

cause the vacated land to be autom
atica
l-
69

ly placed in the same district as the abu
t-
70

ting property to which the vacated land
71

reverts.

72

(e)

Annexations subsequent to the effective
73

date of this chapter shall be placed in the
74

Countryside district (CS
-
1
), unless the
75

ann
exation

chapter temporarily places the
76

land in another district. Within one year,
77

the Plan Commission

shall evaluate and
78

recommend a permanent classification to
79

the Village Board
.

80

(f)

Annexations cont
aining shorelands

shall
81

be governed in the following manner:


82

Pursuant to section 59.971(7) of the Wi
s-
83

consin Statutes
, any annexation

of land
84

after May 7, 1982, which lies within
85

shorelands
,

as defined herein, shall be
86

governed by the provisions of the Door
87

County

Zoning Ordinance until such time
88

that the Village adopts an Ordinance that
89

is at least as restrictive as the Door Cou
n-
90

ty Zoning Ordinance. Said regulations

91

shall be administered and enforced by the
92

Village of Sister Bay Zoning Administr
a-
93

tor
.

94

Sec. 66.0301 Zoning Map

95

A certified copy of the Zoning Map
s

shall be
96

adopted and approv
ed with the text as part of
97

this chapter and shall bear upon its face the a
t-
98

testation of the Village President and the Village
99

Clerk
-
Treasurer and shall be available to the
100

public in the office of the Village Clerk. Changes
101

thereafter, to the general zonin
g districts
, shall
102

not become effective until entered and attested
103

on the certified copy.

104

Sec. 66.0302 Use

Restrictions


105

The following use restrictions

and regulations

106

shall apply:

107

(a)

Principal uses
.

Only those principal uses

108

specified for a district, their essential se
r-
109

vices
, and the following uses shall be
110

permitted in that district.

111

(b)

Accessory uses.

Accessory uses and
112

struc
tures are permitted in any district, but
113

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ISTRICTS

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S
ITE AND
L
OT
R
ESTRICTIONS

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EC
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ITE AND
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ESTRICTIONS


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not until their principal structure

is present
1

or under construction. Residential acce
s-
2

sory uses

shall not involve the conduct of
3

any business, trade, or

industry, except
4

home occupations

and professional home
5

office
s as defined in this chapter.

6

(c)

Conditional uses and their accessory u
s-
7

es

require review, public hearing

and a
p-
8

proval by the Plan Commission

in accor
d-
9

ance with section
66.1535

[See page
152
]
10

of this chapter.

11

(d)

Temporary

uses may be permitted by the
12

Zoning Administrator

and the President
13

for a period of 14 days or as hereinafter
14

provided. Temporary use permits for
15

longer periods may be issued by the Plan
16

Commission

af
ter review of site and ope
r-
17

ation plans. Special requirements may be
18

imposed, but not limited to parking
, san
i-
19

tary

facilities, lighting, and hours of oper
a-
20

tion
. No temporary use listed herein shall
21

be co
nducted within the street right
-
of
-
22

way
. Temporary uses permitted under this
23

section may be allowed one temporary
24

sign

not to exceed 24 square feet in area
25

on one side and 48 square feet in area on
26

all sides. All buil
dings, tents, equipment,
27

supplies and debris shall be removed
28

from the site within ten days following the
29

temporary activity. Temporary uses pe
r-
30

mitted under this section include:

31

(1)

Real estate

sales, rental field offi
c-
32

es or model homes may be permi
t-
33

ted in any residential district.

34

(2)

Temporary

structures, including
35

mobile home

units, may be permi
t-
36

ted in any business or institutional

37

district
. Such temporary structure

38

may be used as a business, instit
u-
39

tional or professional office during
40

or immediately prior to the co
n-
41

struction of a permanen
t structure.

42

(3)

Shelters for materials and equi
p-
43

ment being used in the constru
c-
44

tion of a permanent structure

or
45

public utility may be permitted in
46

any district. The Zoning Admini
s-
47

tr
a
tor

or Plan Commission

may r
e-
48

quire that storage areas be
49

screened to prevent a view of m
a-
50

terials or equipment from adjacent
51

properties.

52

(4)

Flea markets, concerts
, festivals

53

and outdoor group assemblies may
54

be permitted in a B
-
1
, B
-
2

or B
-
3

55

district.

56

(5)

Circuses, carnivals

and animal
57

shows may be permitted in a B
-
1
,
58

B
-
2

or B
-
3

district. The Plan Co
m-
59

mission

may limit or prohibit the
60

display of dangerous animals such
61

as tigers or snakes.

62

(6)

Christmas tree

sales m
ay be pe
r-
63

mitted in a B
-
1
, B
-
2

or B
-
3

district
64

for not more than 42 days.

65

(7)

Farmers markets may be permitted
66

in a B
-
1
, or CS
-
1

district.

67

(8)

The temporary sale of goods from
68

a truck, trailer
, table or tent shall
69

only be permitted as part of a fest
i-
70

val permit

issued by the Village
71

Board
. (Amended Ordinance 143
-
72

081208)

73

(9)

A property owner may allow cam
p-
74

ing

on their land for up to 72 hours
75

as long as bathroom facilities are
76

on the premises.

77

(10)

Because it is difficult to enumerate
78

all temporary uses

that may occur
79

in the Village, any other use which
80

the Plan Commission

finds to be
81

similar to other temporary uses
82

permitted in a given district, will not
83

be disruptive to the neighborhood,
84

and will not create a hazard to tra
f-
85

fic

in a neighborhood may be pe
r-
86

mitted. The Plan Commission may
87

impose additional operational or
88

construction conditions on such
89

temporary uses when it is deemed
90

necessary.

91

Sec. 66.0303 Site and Lot

Restrictions

92

(a)

Suitability.

No land shall
be used or stru
c-
93

ture

erected where the land is unsuitable
94

for such use or structure by reason of
95

flooding
, concentrated runoff, inadequate
96

drainage
, adverse soil or rock formation,
97

unfavorable topography
, low percolation
98

rate or bearing strength, erosion susce
p-
99

tibility, or any other feature likely to be
100

harmful to the health, safety, prosperity,
101

aesthetics
, and general welfare of this
102

community. The Village Zoning Admini
s-
103

trator
, in cooperation with the Village E
n-
104

gineer
, shall, in applying the provisions of
105

this section, recite in writing the particular
106

facts upon which he/she bases his/her
107

conclusion that the land is not suitable
for
108

certain uses. The applicant shall have an
109

opportunity to present evidence contes
t-
110

ing such unsuitability if he/she so desires.
111

Thereafter the Plan Commission

may a
f-
112

firm, modify or withdraw the determination
113

of unsuitability. In add
ition:

114

(b)

Minimum lot size
s.

Lots created after the
115

adoption of the ordinance from which this
116

chapter is derived shall meet the min
i-
117

mum area requirements

for each district
118

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ETBACK
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EQUIREMENTS FROM THE

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ATER

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EC
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66.0304

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ETBACK
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ATER


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as defined in sections 66.0310 t
hrough
1

66.0331.

2

(c)

Minimum lot width
.

The minimum lot r
e-
3

quirement shall apply at the building se
t-
4

back

line

and at the ordinary high
-
water
5

mark.

6

(d)

Substandard lots.

If two or more su
b-
7

s
tandard lot
s have the same ownership
8

as of November 16, 1973, the lots i
n-
9

volved shall be considered an individual
10

parcel for the purpose

of this chapter.

11

(e)

Public streets.

All lots shall abut upon a
12

public street, and each lot shall have a
13

minimum lot width

measured at the street
14

setback

line as specified in each district,
15

but not less than 65 feet.
The required
16

minimum lot width

shall be maintained for
17

at least 30 feet beyond the street setback

18

line

for construction of the principal stru
c-
19

ture
.

20

(f)

Principal structure

location.

All principal
21

structure
s shall be located on a lot; and
22

only one principal structure

shall be loca
t-
23

ed, erected or moved onto a lot in single
-
24

family

residential districts
. The Plan
25

Commission

may permit more than one
26

structure per lot in other districts where
27

more than one structure is needed for the
28

orderly development

of the parcel. W
here
29

additional structures are permitted, the
30

Plan Commission may impose, but not
31

limited to additional yard requirements,
32

landscaping

requirements, or parking

r
e-
33

quirements
, or require a minimum se
par
a-
34

tion distance between principal structures.

35

(g)

Lots abutting other districts
.

Lots abutting
36

more restrictive district boundaries

shall
37

provide side and rear yards

not less than
38

th
ose required in the more restrictive
39

abutting district. The street yards

on the
40

less restrictive district shall be modified
41

for a distance of not more than 60 feet
42

from the district boundary line to equal the
43

average

of the

street yards required in
44

both districts
.

45

(h)

Buffer yard
.

A buffer

yard

shall be created
46

and maintained around all business di
s-
47

tricts

which abut upon
residential districts
48

and/or which are adjacent to limited a
c-
49

cess arterial streets and highways, which
50

abut upon residential districts. The Plan
51

Commission

may also require a buffer
52

yard around business districts abutting
53

park and ins
titutional

district
s. Buffer
54

yards

shall be a minimum of 20 feet in
55

width; shall be in addition to the required
56

street yards
, side ya
rds
, and rear yards
;
57

and shall screen business uses from a
d-
58

joining lands in such a manner that:

59

(1)

If the buffer

yard

is composed e
n-
60

tirely of plant materials
, it shall be
61

of sufficient initial depth and height
62

and of such varieties as to provide
63

adequate visual screening within
64

no more than two years and during
65

all seasons of the year.

66

(2)

Where architectural walls or fences

67

are used, suf
ficient landscaping

68

shall be used in conjunction with
69

such wall or fence to create an a
t-
70

tractive view from the residential
71

side, and all walls and fences shall
72

be maintained in a structurally
73

sound and attractive condition. Any
74

wall or fe
nce shall be not less than
75

four feet or more than six feet in
76

height.

77

(3)

All landscaping

shall be maintained
78

by the owner or operator to the sa
t-
79

isfaction of the Zoning Administr
a-
80

tor
.

81

(4)

Where the land adjacent to the
82

buffer

yard

is a parking

lot
, the
83

buffer yard shall be sufficiently
84

opaque to prevent the penetration
85

of headlight glare
. Overhead ligh
t-
86

ing installed in
or adjacent to a
87

buffer yard shall not throw any rays
88

onto adjacent residential prope
r-
89

ties.

90

(5)

No signs

shall be permitted on or in
91

any part of the buffer

yard
.

92

(i)

Structures not buildings
.

Structures which
93

are not buildings and which are six inches
94

or more in height from the surface of the
95

ground shall be subject to the setback

96

and other dimensional requirements of
97

this chapter. Excluded are fence
s

up to
98

six feet in height, public utility poles and
99

signs
, except where provisions of this
100

chapter specifically apply. For the pu
r-
101

poses of this chapter, decks
, tennis
102

courts
, parking

l
ot
s, outdoor seating for
103

taverns

or general restaurant
s
, fast food
104

restaurant
s, drive
-
in

restaurant
s and take
-
105

out restaurant
s, swimming

pools

(above
-
106

ground and in
-
ground pools), basketball
107

courts and

other similar uses shall be
108

considered structures, shall require a
109

permit, and shall be subject to the yard
110

and setback requirements for accessory
111

building
s
. (Amended Ordinance 172
-
112

081010)

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ZONING

CODE

S
EC
.

66.0304

S
ETBACK
R
EQUIREMENTS FROM THE

W
ATER

S
EC
.

66.0307

S
PECIAL
S
ETBACK
R
EQUIREMENTS


8


Sec. 66.0304
Setback

Requirements from the
1

Water

2

For lots that abut on navigable waters
, there
3

shall be setbacks from the ordinary high
-
water
4

mark of such waters.

5

(a)

Applicability in developed areas.

In areas
6

with existing development

patterns, stru
c-
7

tures close to the ordinary high
-
water
8

mark, except as provide in subsection (e)
9

and (f) below, shall be set back at least 30
10

feet from all points along the ordinary
11

high
-
water mark. The
lowest floor level of
12

all structures shall be elevated at least
13

two feet above the ordinary high
-
water
14

mark. All structures, boathouses
, acce
s-
15

sory building
s

allowed in (e) and stru
c-
16

tures n
ot buildings

shall comply with the
17

applicable district side yard setbacks.

18

(b)

Applicability in undeveloped areas.

In a
r-
19

eas with no development

pattern, stru
c-
20

tures close to the ordinary high
-
water
21

mark, except
as provide in subsection (e)
22

and (f) below, shall be set back at least 75
23

feet from all points along the ordinary
24

high
-
water mark. The lowest floor level of
25

all structures shall be elevated at least
26

two feet above the ordinary high
-
water
27

mark. All structur
es, boathouses
, acce
s-
28

sory building
s

allowed in (e) and stru
c-
29

tures not buildings

shall comply with the
30

applicable district side yard setbacks.

31

(c)

Setback

averaging in developed areas.

32

Where the two adjacent lots are occupied
33

by principal structure
s (excluding boa
t-
34

houses
), the water setback

shall be the
35

average

of the setbacks of t
he adjacent
36

principal structures or 30 feet whichever is
37

less. When one adjacent lot is occupied
38

by a principal structure

(excluding boa
t-
39

houses), the water setback shall be the
40

average of the setback of the adjacent
41

principal structure and
30 feet or 30 feet
42

whichever is less. The adjacent principal
43

structures must be within 100 feet of e
i-
44

ther side of the proposed structure in o
r-
45

der to use the averaging method.

46

(d)

Setback

averaging in undeveloped areas.

47

Where two adjacent lots are

occupied by
48

principal structure
s (excluding boathou
s-
49

es
) with high
-
water mark setbacks of 30
50

feet or more, the water setback

shall be
51

the average

of the setbacks of the adj
a-
52

cent princip
al structures. When one adj
a-
53

cent lot is occupied by a principal stru
c-
54

ture

(excluding boathouses) with a high
-
55

water setback of 40 feet or more, the w
a-
56

ter setback shall be the average of the
57

setback of the adjacent principal structure
58

and 75
feet. The adjacent principal stru
c-
59

tures must be within 100 feet of either
60

side of the proposed structure in order to
61

use the averaging method.

62

(e)

Exceptions.

63

(1)

Decks

are allowed provided they
64

do not extend waterward more
65

than 20 percent of the rema
ining
66

setback
.

67

(2)

Boathouses

shall not project b
e-
68

yond the ordinary high
-
water mark.

69

(3)

Stairways, elevated walkways,
70

ramps, lifts, fences
, flagpoles
,
71

piers
, boat hoists.

72

(4)

Utility poles, lines
and related
73

equipment without permanent
74

foundations.

75

(5)

Structures not buildings

as defined
76

in section 66.0303(i) [See page
6
]

77

(6)


Signs

as permitted starting with
78

section 66.0701 [See page
104
]

79

(f)

Parking

lots.

Parking

lots shall be set
80

back at least 75 feet from all points along
81

the ordinary high
-
water mark. However,
82

the Plan Commission

may with a cond
i-
83

tional use permit, grant modifications

to a
84

min
imum of 35 feet from all points along
85

the ordinary high
-
water mark for parking
86

lot
s only.

87

Sec. 66.0305 Reduction

88

No lot, yard, parking

area, building area or other
89

space shall be reduced in area or dimension
so
90

as not to meet the provisions of this chapter.

91

Sec. 66.0306 Additions

92

Additions

in the front yard

of existing structures
93

shall not project beyond the required setback

for
94

the district in which they are located subject to
95

the limitations for averaging front setbacks

as set
96

forth below.

97

Sec. 66.0307 Special Setback

Requirements

98

(a)

Average Front Setback
s.

The required
99

front setback

shall not be decreased b
e-
100

low the minimum setback

for the district in
101

which it is located. However, if the princ
i-
102

pal structure
s on abutting lots

are set
103

back closer than the minimum, the front
104

setback of a proposed principal structure

105

shall be decreased to the average

of the
106

existing front setbacks of the abutting
107

structures on each side. The adjacent
108

principal structures must be within 100
109

feet of either side of the proposed stru
c-
110

ture in order to use the ave
raging method.
111

Note: For setback averaging from the w
a-
112

ter, see section 66.0304 Setback R
e-
113

quirements from the Water on page
8
.
114

(Amended Ordinance 120
-
061306)

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PECIAL
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ETBACK
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(b)

Corner L
ot

Setbacks.

On a vacant
1

through or corner lot
, either of the lot lines
2

abutting street right
-
of
-
way

lines may be
3

established as its front lot line, except that
4

where two more through lots

are contig
u-
5

ous and a front lot line has been duly e
s-
6

tablished, the same street lot line shall
7

thereafter be deemed to be the front lot
8

line of all such contiguous lots. On a
9

through lot, a front yard

shall be provided
10

along any lot line abutting a street. On a
11

corner lot, the owner has the option of
12

designating a side yard and a rear yard of
13

the two remaining yards after the front
14

yard and side yard abutting a street have
15

been identified; as long as
one is at least
16

equal to the required side setback

and the
17

other is at least equal to the required rear
18

setback
. (Amended Ordinance 120
-
19

061306)

20

(c)

Doub
le Frontage

Lot.

Structures on lots
21

abutting

two opposite streets shall be pr
o-
22

vided with a front setback

and a rear se
t-
23

back
. The Zoning Administrator

shall s
e-
24

lect where the front setback

shall be a
p-
25

plied and where the rear setback shall be
26

applied in a manner that prohibits access
27

to a double frontage l
ot

from arterial
28

streets. The selected front setback area
29

shall be required to comply with the front
30

setback requirements for the district in
31

which the lot is located. The selected rear
32

setback area shall be required to comply
33

wit
h the rear setback requirements for the
34

district in which the lot is located and the
35

rear setback area shall be screened from
36

arterial streets with fencing

or landsca
p-
37

ing
, as may be appropriate. Accessory
38

structures may be p
laced in the designa
t-
39

ed rear setback area, but shall be located
40

no closer to the street right
-
of
-
way

than
41

the required setback for accessory stru
c-
42

tures
. (Amended Ordinance 120
-
061306)

43

(d)

Large Project Setbacks.

The Plan Co
m-
44

mission

may establish the front yard
, side
45

yard, street yard, and rear yard setbacks

46

for pro
jects built in the R
-
2

district, all
47

PUD

projects and projects involving mu
l-
48

tiple buildings

on a single parcel in B
-
1

49

district. The various setbacks shall co
m-
50

plement the adjac
ent property’s setbacks.
51

(Amended Ordinance 120
-
061306)

52


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ZONING

CODE

R
ESIDENTIAL
D
ISTRICTS

S
EC
.

66.0310

RSOD

R
ESIDENTIAL
S
ECOND
D
WELLING
U
NITS
O
VERLAY
D
ISTRICT
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Residential Districts

1

Sec. 66.0310

RSOD Residential Second
2

Dwelling Units Overlay District.

3

Purpose and Intent.

The
Residential Second
4

Dwelling Units
Overlay district (RSDO)

is inten
d-
5

ed
to

permit as a conditional use the constru
c-
6

tion and/ or occupancy of a second dwelling unit
7

is to allow, when all applicable standards have
8

been met, a detached building designe
d as a
9

second dwelling unit or an addition to the prim
a-
10

ry dwelling unit.

The standards below apply to
11

the following
residential districts

including R
-
1
,
12

R
-
3
, R
-
4

and CS
-
1
.

13

(a)

Definitions.

For purposes of this section:

14

The term dwelling unit shall consist of and
15

include both the primary dwelling unit o
c-
16

cupied by the owner and the second
17

dwelling unit and together are viewed as
18

one single
-
family dwelling.

19


20

(1)

A primary dwelling

unit is defined
21

as a detached building designed
22

for and occupied by the owner as a
23

single
-
family dwelling unit.

24

(2)

A second dwelling unit is defined
25

as a detached or attached dwelling
26

unit located on the same lot of a
27

primary dwelling unit that is occ
u-
28

pied b
y the owner as a single
-
29

family dwelling unit. A second
30

dwelling unit shall have sleeping
31

areas and a ¾ or full bathroom,
32

with or without kitchen facilities, as
33

specified in the permit.

34

(b)

Permits.

A conditional use permit must be
35

obtained before a building an
d/ or occ
u-
36

pancy permit may be issued for any se
c-
37

ond dwelling unit. When a conditional use
38

permit has been issued for a second
39

dwelling unit, the owner of the lot shall be
40

responsible for payment of impact fees as
41

required in Section 62.25.

42

(c)

Standards.

43

(1)

An ap
plicant for such a conditional
44

use must comply with general ord
i-
45

nances for conditional use permits
46

as required.

47

(2)

A second dwelling unit may be
48

rented or leased separately from
49

the primary dwelling unit on the lot.
50

The owner of a lot containing a
51

primary dw
elling unit and a second
52

dwelling unit must live either in the
53

primary dwelling or in the second
54

dwelling unit in order for the cond
i-
55

tional use permit to be valid.

56

(3)

Only one (1) second dwelling unit
57

may be allowed per lot. Driveway
58

access shall be regulated

by Se
c-
59

tion 66.0406 of the Code.

60

(4)

The lot proposed for a second
61

dwelling unit shall contain an exis
t-
62

ing primary dwelling unit, and must
63

meet the minimum lot size for the
64

respective zoning district.

65

(5)

The square footage of a second
66

dwelling unit shall not exce
ed thirty
67

percent (30%) of the footprint of
68

the primary dwelling, excluding the
69

garage, or nine hundred (900)
70

square feet, whichever is larger.
71

The minimum size of the second
72

dwelling unit shall be at least three
73

hundred (300) square feet regar
d-
74

less of the

thirty percent (30%)
75

rule.

76

(6)

All detached second dwelling units
77

shall be limited to a maximum
78

height as established by Section
79

66.0501(d) of the Code.

80

(7)

All detached second dwelling units
81

shall have a minimum building wall
82

separation from the primary dwel
l-
83

ing

unit of ten (10) feet.

84

(8)

All detached or attached second
85

dwelling units shall comply with
86

applicable setback requirements
87

for principal dwelling structures in
88

the respective zoning district.
89

However, second detached dwel
l-
90

ing units shall not be allowed in t
he
91

front yard of a lot, except as a
l-
92

lowed under Section
93

66.0501(b)(e)(2).

94

(9)

All second dwelling units shall be
95

served by the same electrical, w
a-
96

ter and gas meters, as applicable,
97

that serve the primary dwelling
98

unit. No separate meters shall be
99

allowed.

100

(10)

Off
-
street parking shall be provided
101

for the second dwelling unit.

102

(11)

Construction of all second dwelling
103

units shall comply with applicable
104

building codes.

105

(12)

All second dwelling units shall be
106

designed and built consistent with
107

the building type, architectural
108

sty
le, and color of the primary
109

dwelling unit.

110

(d)

Covenants and Restrictions.

Prior to the
111

issuance of any building, occupancy, or
112

conditional use permit for a second dwel
l-
113

ing unit, the lot owner shall record against
114

the deed to the subject property, restri
c-
115

tive

covenants that shall run with the land,
116

in a form approved by the Village Atto
r-
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ney, in favor of and for the benefit of the
1

Village, which shall indicate that the o
c-
2

cupancy and/ or use of the second dwel
l-
3

ing unit is subject to and regulated by the
4

Code of
Ordinances. A copy of the signed
5

conditional use permit for a second dwel
l-
6

ing unit shall be recorded, and attached
7

thereto and incorporated by reference,
8

with the covenants. The covenants shall
9

prohibit any sale or form of ownership
10

transfer separate from
the primary dwel
l-
11

ing on the same lot. Nothing
in this se
c-
12

tion

is intended to modify, amend or alter
13

the legal effect of any conditions, cov
e-
14

nants and restrictions, or other indepen
d-
15

ent or private deed restrictions that may
16

be applicable to a lot for which
a second
17

dwelling unit is permitted under this se
c-
18

tion.

19

(e)

Automatic Expiration
. This section of the
20

Zoning Code shall automatically expire 36
21

months from the date of the adoption of
22

the enabling ordinance, which was May
23

14, 2013.

24

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Sec. 66.0311 R
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1

Single
-
Family

Residence
1

District

2

The Single
-
Family

Residence district (R
-
1
) is i
n-
3

tended to provide a pleasant, safe and quiet re
s-
4

i
dential environment of moderate density

(min
i-
5

mum 20,000 square foot lots), free from traffic

6

hazards or public annoyances. The district is o
n-
7

ly allowed in areas where public sewer and w
a-
8

ter

services
are available.

9

(a)

Permitted Uses
:

10

(1)

Single
-
family dwellings
.

11

(2)

Licensed community and other li
v-
12

ing arrangements, which have a
13

capacity for eight or fewer persons,
14

subject to the limitations set forth in
15

section 62.23(7)(i) of
the Wisconsin
16

Statutes
.

17

(3)

Licensed foster family homes

su
b-
18

ject to the regulations

set forth in
19

section 48.62 of the Wisconsin
20

Statutes
.

21

(4)

Public parks.

22

(5)

Essential services
, municipal buil
d-
23

ings and facilities.

24

(b)

Permitted Accessory Use
s:

25

(1)

Accessory Use
s and Structures.
26

Detached garages

shall not be
27

used, rented or leased to any ind
i-
28

vidual who is not the property ow
n-
29

er or an occupant residing on the
30

property. See section 66.0501 [See
31

page
90
]

32

(2)

Ground
-
mounted and building
-
33

mounted earth station dish and te
r-
34

restrial antennas
.

35

(3)

Home occupations

and professio
n-
36

al home office
s. [See section
37

66.0501(d) page
90
]

38

(4)

Private swimming

pools
.

39

(5)

Private tennis courts
.

40

(6)

Solar collectors attached to the
41

principal structure
.

42

(7)

Any other usual and customary u
s-
43

es accessory to the above permi
t-
44

ted uses

as determined by the
45

Zo
n
ing Administrator

or his/her d
e-
46

signee.

47

(c)

Conditional Uses
:

48

(1)

Bed and breakfast establishments
49

as provided for in Section 50.51(b)
50

of the Wisconsin Statutes

and
51

Chapter HSS 197 of the Wisconsin
52

Administrative Code.

53

(2)

Licensed community and other li
v-
54

ing arrangements, which have a
55

capacity of at least nine, but no
56

more than 20 persons.

57

(3)

Licensed family day care

homes
58

subject to th
e regulations

set forth
59

in section 48.65 of the Wisconsin
60

Statutes
.

61

(4)

Private parks and playgrounds.

62

(5)

Utility substations, municipal wells
,
63

pumping stations and towers shall
64

be a minimum of 50 feet from any
65

side or

rear lot line.

66

(6)

Solar energy collectors erected as
67

an accessory structure
.

68

(7)

Utilities

requiring a building.

69

(8)

Parking

of a semi
-
tractor

or other
70

large trucks in accordance with
71

Subsection 66.040
5(b) [See page
72

86
] of this chapter.

73

(9)

Antennas

over 35 feet tall.

74

(10)

Churches
.

75

(d)

Lot

Area

and Width:

76

Lots shall be a

minimum of 20,000 square
77

feet in area and shall have a lot width

of
78

not less than 75 feet. Corner lot
s shall
79

have a lot width of at least 110 feet.

80

(e)

Building

Height
, Area and Standards:

81

(1)

No principal residential building or
82

part of a principal residential buil
d-
83

ing shall exceed 35 feet in height.
84

No accessory building

shall exceed
85

the height specified in section
86

66.0501 [See page
9
0
].

87

(2)

The total minimum floor area

of a
88

principal residential building shall
89

be 900 square feet for a one
-
90

bedroom

dwelling, 1,000 square
91

feet for a two
-
bedroom dwe
lling
92

and 1,200 square feet for a three
93

or more bedroom dwelling.

94

(3)

All principal residential buildings,
95

excluding attached garage
s
, shall
96

have a minimum width of 24 feet
97

for the main body of the hou
se.

98

(4)

The exterior walls of all principal
99

residential buildings shall be co
v-
100

ered by either stucco, cement si
d-
101

ing, wood, wood clapboards, wood
102

shakes, vinyl, steel or aluminum
103

beveled siding, brick
, stone

or ot
h-
104

er masonry
-
type veneer materials
105

or other similar materials.

106

(5)

All principal residential buildings
107

shall be placed on, and be a
t-
108

tached to, a permanently enclosed
109

foundation in accordance with the
110

standards set forth in section
111

70.043(1) Wisconsin Stat
utes

and
112

chapter ILHR 21, Wis. Admin.
113

Code.

114

(6)

The total of the area of the building
115

footprint

of the principal residential
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building and all accessory building
s

1

includ
ing the required parking
,
2

driveways

and sidewalks

shall not
3

exceed 80 percent of the lot area

4

and the balance shall be left as
5

open space
. (Amended Ordinance
6

159
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1
20809)

7

(f)

Setbacks:

8

(1)

There shall be two side setbacks

9

for all principal residential buildings
10

totaling at least 25 feet, with one
11

being at least ten feet; and where a
12

side
-
entry garage exists, the se
t-
13

back

shall be at least 27 feet in
14

width as measured from the clo
s-
15

est point of the garage door ope
n-
16

ing that is perpendicular to the side
17

lot line.

18

(2)

There shall be a minimum side
19

setback

of at leas
t 100 feet for all
20

churches
.

21

(3)

Accessory buildings shall meet the
22

same setbacks as principal buil
d-
23

ings in the district. Other accessory
24

building requirements are listed in
25

section

se
ction 66.0501 [See page
26

90
] of this chapter.

(Amended O
r-
27

dinance 207
-
100912)

28

(4)

There shall be a minimum front
29

setback

of at least 70 feet from the
30

centerline of the street right
-
of
-
way
.

31

(5)

There shall be a minimum front
32

setback

of at least 40 feet from the
33

edge of the easement

or the edge
34

of pavement for all buildings not on
35

a public street.

36

(6)

There shall be a minimum rear
37

yard setback

of at least 40 feet
38

from the rear property line.

39

(g)

Other Architectural Standards
:

(Amended
40

Ordinance 137
-
021208)

41

(1)

The Plan Commission

shall a
p-
42

prove the style and exterior design
43

of dwellings

in subdivisions. The
44

developer shall designate specific
45

lots for certain building designs

to
46

insure that no two adjacent dwel
l-
47

ing unit
s/buildings shall look ident
i-
48

cal.

49

(2)

Any wall visible from a public street
50

that exceeds 50 feet in length shall
51

have a minimum of 20% of the
52

length of the wall projecting or r
e-
53

cessing at a mi
nimum depth of 3%
54

of the length of the wall and a
55

change in the materials, texture, or
56

a permanent architectural feature
57

shall be provided.

58

(3)

A detached garage

shall be arch
i-
59

tecturally compatible with the res
i-
60

dent
ial building it serves. It shall be
61

designed and oriented to minimize
62

the visual effect of the scale or
63

mass of the garage. Visual interest
64

shall be created on all sides of the
65

garage that are visible from a pu
b-
66

lic street through the use of lan
d-
67

scaping
, berming, architectural fe
a-
68

tures
, building materials
, and/or
69

orientation.

70

(4)

In the R
-
2

and R
-
4

districts
, a
t-
71

tached garage
s for multifamily d
e-
72

velopments shall be designed and
73

oriented so that they do not dom
i-
74

nate the front facade

of the building
75

to which they are attached. A
t-
76

tached garages

shall not occupy
77

more than 30% of the fro
nt facade
78

of the building. Not more than six
79

garage doors may appear on any
80

multifamily building facade contai
n-
81

ing front doors, and the plane
82

along such garage doors shall be
83

broken by an offset of at least two
84

feet if more than two garage doors
85

are in a r
ow.

86

(5)

In the R
-
1
, R
-
3

and CS
-
1

districts

87

attached garage
s

for single family
88

homes shall be designed and or
i-
89

ented so that they do n
ot dominate
90

the front facade

of the building to
91

which they are attached. (Amen
d-
92

ed Ordinance 1141
-
070808)

93

(6)

Sidewalks

not less than three (3)
94

feet in width shall be provided to all
95

building entrances

connecting the
96

building to the required parking

a
r-
97

eas or driveways
.

98

(7)

If a sidewalk

exists along the public
99

street(s) abutting the lot, then
100

sidewalk(s) shall be provided co
n-
101

necting the a
ll buildings to the pu
b-
102

lic street.

103

(8)

Street

trees

shall be provided
104

along all existing and new public
105

right
-
of
-
way
s at a rate of at least
106

one tree

per 40 feet. If a driveway

107

leading

to the parking

area is lon
g-
108

er than 100 feet, trees

shall also be
109

planted along at least one side of
110

such driveway at the rate specified.
111

All tree
species
shall be approved
112

by the Plan Commission
.

113

(9)

All
dwelling unit
s must be served
114

by public streets

and not private
115

roads. In the R
-
2

and R
-
4

districts
,

116

all driveways

and parking

spaces

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must be paved. In the R
-
1
, R
-
3

and
1

CS
-
1

districts all driveways must
2

be paved from the edge of abutting
3

street pavement

to the edge of the
4

right of way or easeme
nt
.

5

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