Learn more about:

Constance McHugh
Assistant Village Manager

General Contact Information: 7200 N. Santa Monica Blvd., 53217, (414) 351-8900, (414) 351-8909 (fax)

Comprehensive Plan: The village has not begun planning or scheduling for the completion of the Comprehensive Plan for future growth.

Basic process of approval or denial of a development plan:

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• 1st  Meet with Staff

• 2nd Proposal goes to Village Board

• 3rd Village Board makes referral to Plan Commission

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• 4th Plan Commission does its work & makes recommendation to village board

5th Village Board has the final word

Projects also need to go to the Building Board for approval

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TIF Districts: The village has not implemented any TIF Districts in the past.

Redevelopment Aid: The village does not offer any special programs for redevelopment.

Fee Schedule:

1) Conditional Use     $300

2) Any other permit or fee required min. $50

Time Schedule for Plan Approval: The average amount of time from submittal to final approval for a new development is about 3 to 6 months for large projects and 6 to 8 weeks for smaller projects.

Building or Growth Moratoria: There are no building or growth moratoria in place now.

Environmental Issues: None specifically listed.

Single Development Department: There is not a single department that handles it all. It is a joint effort involving the Building Inspector, Engineer, Police, North Shore Fire Dept. and Village Administration.

Internet Connection:

– A variety of downloadable licenses, permits, and fees

– Meeting Schedules for different commissions/committees including agendas and minutes

– The most common and frequently requested ordinances

– “Construction Project Update” Link

– Contact Information

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