Planning and Development Applications

NOTICE:


The Village has updated its permit process. All building permit applications will be processed online. All previous versions of any application will no longer be accepted.

This page contains all the links to the application processing website Evolve. These permits are for Planning, Zoning and Building/Construction in the Village of Weston and the Extraterritorial Zoning (ETZ) Area of the Town of Weston. All applications submitted are reviewed for completeness before being forwarded to staff or the appropriate committee/commission or Village Board for permit approvals and issuance so please be sure to look over each application carefully. All applications that require further approval are reviewed by staff, then a meeting between staff and the applicant is scheduled. It is after the meeting between staff and the applicant that the permit application is submitted to the appropriate committee/commission for approval or recommendation to the Village Board. All applications must contain ALL required components before the application can be reviewed and submitted to the appropriate committee/commission for approval or recommendation. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Valerie Parker at plandev@westonwi.gov or by phone at (715) 359-6114.


Please read prior to filling out and submitting all forms...



The Village of Weston now uses Evolve to process permits online. There are no longer any paper applications available. This makes the process smoother and faster for both the applicant and staff. At this time, only building permits, sign permits, commercial occupancy permits and temporary use permits are available on Evolve. Staff is working on having all applications available through the Evolve web portal soon. With this upgrade, staff is also working on the ability to pay for permits online with an e-check or major credit card. Currently payments must be dropped off in person or mailed to:

Planning and Development Department
Village of Weston
5500 Schofield Avenue
Weston, WI 54476


Please, do not mail cash.

Using Evolve to submit an online application is easy!


Please visit evolvessl.infovisionsoftware.com:82/Weston/ and use the following steps:
1) If this is your first time using the new site, click "New Account" in the upper right-hand corner;
a) Fill in the fields using your information, try and provide as much information as possible.
b) Create a password on the same page and click "Save".
c) If you are creating a new user name and you get the error stating your password is already associated with another account, then select the "Forgot Password" link and follow that process.

2) Click on "Permit Application" on the left-hand side (if you have created a new account you will automatically be taken to this page after you have clicked the save button).

3) Select the permit type associated with your project from the drop-down menu. Then select the appropriate permit application from the second drop-down menu.

4) Enter the address and the street name, without and prefixes or suffixes. If the address you type in generates a "not in jurisdiction" error, then most likely you are not in the Village or Town of Weston. If you are unsure, please call staff at 715- 359-6114.

5) All the required fields are highlighted in yellow. You will not be allowed to save the application without filling in these fields. If you leave the page, then you will have to start the permit application process over again.

6) Add any additional contractors or contacts (i.e. property owners, agents, managers) that are associated with the project and/or who should be contacted regarding the permit.

7) There are several permits that require additional items to be uploaded (i.e. site plans, operational plans, sign layouts). If these items are required, then the system will not allow you to move forward until these items are uploaded.

8) Once the application is submitted, then staff will review it for completeness and issue an invoice, which can be paid online (in the near future), by mail or in person. Once payment is received, then a permit will be emailed to you and you may begin working on the project.

9) After the work has been completed, log in to the site and submit a request for inspection. An inspector will contact you with a window of time and day of when the inspection will take place. After the inspection is completed you will be notified and the permit will be finalized and closed out.

If you have any questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact staff.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Planning and Development Staff
Village of Weston

Planning and Zoning Applications




Appeals


Application for an Appeal from a Decision of the Plan Commission, Zoning Administrator and/or Building Inspector

Zoning Permit and Certificate of Occupancy


This application must be filled out for ALL new businesses and Multi-family projects within the Village of Weston and the Extraterritorial Zoning (ETZ) area of the Town of Weston prior to opening for business. These applications should also be filled out for all new commercial tenants, a change in ownership or a use change to/within an existing building and business. The information collect will also be made public on the Business Directory for commercial occupancy only. A fine of double the fee will be imposed for all applicants that submit the application after occupancy so it is important you contact the Village prior to signing a lease or purchasing commercial property. Once completed and approved, Village Planning and Development Staff will supply you with the application for Certificate of Occupancy.

Commercial Occupancy Permit - Evolve

Temporary Zoning Permits and Certificate of Occupancy (Temporary Use)


This application is only required for certain temporary uses, as determined in the Municipal Zoning Code. Please review the table on the application to determine if an application is required. All uses indicated with a 'T' are permitted-by-right. This application also covers the use of a tent and temporary signs. Once the use is approved, Village Planning and Development Staff will supply you with permit and temporary certificate of occupancy.

Temporary Use Permit - Evolve


Certified Survey Maps (CSM's)


All subdivisions of land within the Village of Weston and the Extraterritorial Zoning (ETZ) Area of the Town of Weston require either a Subdivision Plat or a Certified Survey Map to be submitted to the Village by a certified Surveyor for review. For land divisions creating up to three (3) child parcels AND a remnant lot require a Certified Survey Map. For land divisions creating more than three (3) child parcels a Subdivision Plat is required. Please see the process below.

Certified Survey Map Application - Rev. 6/5/2015

Petition for Conditional Use, Rezone and Comprehensive Plan Amendment


Please note that in many cases, a pre-application conference is required prior to official submission of an application for conditional use, rezone or Comprehensive Plan amendment within the Village of Weston and the Extraterritorial Zoning (ETZ) Area of the Town of Weston. Please contact Valerie Parker at (715) 359-6114 or vparker@westonwi.gov to schedule this conference with Planning and Development Department Staff. The processes and application for the conditional use, rezone and Comprehensive Plan amendment are listed below.

Conditional Use


A public hearing is required. Notice of the time, place, and purpose of such hearing shall be given by publication of a Class 2 Notice in conformance with the requirements of Wis. Stat. § 62.23(7)(d). Said notice shall be sent to the applicant, owners of record of all lands within 300 feet of the boundaries of the subject property, and the clerk of any municipality whose boundaries are within 1,000 feet of any portion of the jurisdiction of Village of Weston and its Extraterritorial Zoning District at least ten days prior to the date of such public hearing.

Within 60 days after the public hearing, or an extension of said period requested in writing or electronic format by the applicant and granted by the Commission or Committee, the Plan Commission or Extraterritorial Zoning Committee shall take final action on the conditional use permit request. Any conditional use permits approved are recorded at the Marathon County Register of Deeds on the property.

Rezone


A public hearing is required. Notice of the time, place, and purpose of such hearing shall be given by publication of a Class 2 Notice in conformance with the requirements of Wis. Stat. § 62.23(7)(d). Said notice shall be sent to the applicant, owners of record of all lands within 300 feet of the boundaries of the subject property, and the clerk of any municipality whose boundaries are within 1,000 feet of any portion of the jurisdiction of Village of Weston and its Extraterritorial Zoning District at least ten days prior to the date of such public hearing.

The Plan Commission (or Extraterritorial Zoning (ETZ) Committee for land in the ETZ Area of the Town of Weston) shall hold a public hearing on all proposed amendments to the Official Zoning Map. Following the public hearing, and after consideration of comments provided therein, the Plan Commission or ETZ Committee shall review the proposed amendment to the Official Zoning Map and shall within 45 days of the public hearing make a recommendation to the Village Board that the application be granted as requested, modified, or denied. If the Commission or Committee fails to make a recommendation within this time frame, the proposed amendment shall be forwarded to the Village Board without recommendation. Such deadline may be extended by written or electronic agreement from the applicant.

The Zoning Administrator shall schedule the proposed amendment for potential Village Board action. After careful consideration of all comments, the Village Board shall within 120 days of submittal of a complete application, act to approve or reject the proposed amendment, unless extended by written or electronic agreement of the applicant. Failure of the Board to act within 120 days of the submittal of a complete application (unless said deadline is extended by agreement of the applicant) shall constitute approval of the application as presented.

Comprehensive Plan Amendment


The Village shall follow the procedure in Wis. Stat. § 66.1001(4), for all amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. The Village will consider Comprehensive Plan amendments only twice per calendar year, so that the cumulative effects of all proposed amendments can be analyzed for consistency and the overall effect on the remainder of the Comprehensive Plan. The Village Board may elect to amend the Comprehensive Plan on a more frequent or different cycle for amendments that the Board determines necessary to:

a. Address changes in state or federal law.
b. Address an emergency situation.
c. Resolve a court decision or challenge to the Comprehensive Plan that may result in court action.
d. Capture a unique economic development opportunity.
e. Address rapidly changing land use or other needs or circumstances.

Applications for Comprehensive Plan amendments shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator in writing each year by April 1st or October 1st (or if on a weekend, applications will be accepted on the next business day) using a Village provided application form, in order to be considered in that year’s bi-annual amendment cycle. Only complete applications will be processed.

In addition to such applications, Village staff, the Village Plan Commission or any member thereof, or the Village Board or any member thereof may request amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, by the bi-annual application dateline or another date if established in the approved amendment schedule.

The Commission shall advise Village staff as to which proposed amendments should be considered for further review, providing an opportunity for public comment. Depending upon the number and nature of the proposed amendments, the Commission may hold a public hearing before it decides which proposed amendments should be recommended for consideration. Notice of such hearing shall be given by publication of a Class 1 Notice. In the case of a site-specific Future Land Use map amendment, the Zoning Administrator shall also provide written notification to all property owners within 100 feet of the site.

After consideration of the proposed amendments and no later than January in the annual amendment cycle, the Plan Commission shall recommend the approval of any proposed amendment to the Village Board. The Commission is under no obligation to recommend approval of any requested amendment, and may recommend the amendment with modification. Such Commission action shall be via adoption of a resolution.

Following the Commission recommendation by resolution, and after a required 30 day public hearing notice period under Wisconsin Statutes, the Village Board shall hold a public hearing for the purpose of receiving public comment regarding the merits of the proposed amendments that have been recommended by resolution of the Plan Commission.

Following the public hearing, the Village Board may adopt all or some of the recommended Comprehensive Plan amendments by ordinance, either as recommended or with modifications.

While a change to the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map may support future zoning change, it does not change the Village's Official Zoning Map. Applicants must pursue amendments to the zoning map through the rezone request process.

The Application


The following link is an application for the petition of a Conditional Use, Rezone and Comprehensive Plan Amendment. Please fill out the only the parts that correspond directly with your project. Please note, no application shall be placed on any agenda, as an item to be acted upon, unless the Zoning Administrator has certified acceptance of a complete application. A notification will be sent to you once the application is determined to be complete.

Petition for Conditional Use, Rezone and Comprehensive Plan Amendment - Rev 6/5/2015

Residential Business Permits



Home Occupation Permit


Home occupation is defined within the Zoning Code as a low-impact economic activity performed within a dwelling unit and/or its attached garage, where the principal use of the lot is the residence of the person conducting the economic activity. Home occupations are a permitted use-by-right within the following zoning districts: AR, RR-5, RR-2, SF-L, SF-S and 2F; and are a conditional use within the following districts: MF, MH and B-1. A conditional use permit is required to be filed in conjunction with the home occupation permit.

Home Occupation Permit Application - Rev. 1/1/2010

Residential Business Permit


A residential business, compared to a “Home Occupation,” is a higher-impact economic activity performed in a dwelling unit, its attached garage, and/or its “Detached Accessory Structure (for Residential Use),” where the principal use of the lot remains the residence of the person primarily conducting the economic activity. Residential businesses are a conditional use in the following zoning districts: AR, RR-5, RR-2, SF-L, SF-S and 2F. A conditional use permit is required to be filled out in conjunction with the residential business permit.

Residential Business Permit Application - Rev. 7/21/2008

Sign Permit


All regulations for permanent signs and temporary signs within the Village can be found in Article 13 of the zoning ordinance. Please note: Failure to completely fill out the permit and/or supply the necessary documents required will result in the delay of the processing of the permit. All permits must be approved prior to the installation of any signs.

NOTE: All sign permits are processed through Evolve. Follow the link below to begin the application process. Any questions regarding the new process, please visit the the top of the page for more information.



Permanent Sign Permit


Each application for a permanent sign permit shall be filed with the Zoning Administrator on a form provided below prior to sign installation or modification. All applications for new and alterations of freestanding signs require a site plan to be submitted. All applications must be accompanied by a diagram of the proposed sign and pictures of all existing signs on the property.

Permanent Sign Permit - Evolve

One-Time Use Sign Permits


Temporary commercial signs and banners and over-street banners for events of public interest require the completion and approval of a temporary sign permit. The following signs DO NOT require a temporary sign permit, but shall conform to the regulations within Article 13 of the Zoning Ordinance: real estate signs, construction or project identification signs, price or temporary item signs (less than 6 square feet in area), temporary individual residential signs, temporary signs for events of public interest, political/election signs, personal greeting or congratulatory signs and temporary window signs. All temporary sign permits expire 30-days (14-days for variable message signs) from the date of issuance and are permitted up to 5-times per year. All permit applications must be accompanied by a site plan for all freestanding signs and by a diagram or picture of the proposed sign.

One-Time Event Sign Permit - Evolve

Weston Business Park Monument Sign


Businesses within the Village of Weston Business and Technology Parks may apply to be added to the monument way finding signs located throughout the Business and Technology Park and Business Park South by filling out a Business and Technology Park Sign Application.
Business and Technology Park Sign Application - Evolve

Site Plans


Site plan approval shall be required in advance of construction for all commercial, industrial and multi-family development projects that are listed in Section 94.3.03(10) or as otherwise stated elsewhere within the Zoning Code. Please note that in many cases, a Pre-Application Conference is required prior to official submission of an application for site plan. Please contact Valerie Parker at (715) 359-6114 or vparker@westonwi.gov to schedule this Conference with Planning and Development Department Staff. A site plan is required for all commercial/industrial/multi-family projects as follows: new accessory structure, landscaping, parking lot improvements, exterior remodeling, building additions and new construction.

Application for Commercial Site Plan Review - Rev. 6/5/2015

Landscaping Worksheet


The following commercial site plans require the following landscape calculation worksheet: New Construction, Building Addition, New or Expanded Parking Lots and New Landscape Plans. If the following sheet is not attached to the site plan application, then the application will not be considered complete and will not be review. Please note, Microsoft Office Excel is required to be installed in order to open the worksheet. No other spread sheet programs are guaranteed to work with the worksheet. If there are any problems with the worksheet, please feel free to contact the Planning and Development staff.

Landscape Calculation Worksheet - Rev. 4/11/2016

Street Vacation


When you and your neighbors want to permanently close a street no longer needed as a public thoroughfare, you, the property owners can request a street vacation. This process is necessary to ensure the public interest in the street right-of-way and the public utility of the right-of-way is no longer necessary [State Statutes 66.1003 & 66.1005]. Note: If the right-of-way was purchased by the Village for street purposes it is generally sold to adjacent owners at fair market value.

The request is referred to the Public Infrastructure Committee and Plan Commission for consideration. These revising bodies report back to the Planning and Development Department who coordinates the vacation request with other Village agencies and the utility companies. If these bodies approve the street vacation, the Planning & Development Department Staff prepares the description of the area to be vacated, including easements and other restrictions. You will be required to obtain a survey of the area to be vacated.

The Village Board then holds a public hearing and approves or rejects the vacation request. If approved, the vacated right-of-way is divided in compliance with the laws regarding reversion.
Application for Street Vacation

Subdivision and Condominium Plats


All subdivisions of land within the Village of Weston require either a Subdivision Plat or a Certified Survey Map to be submitted to the Village by a certified Surveyor for review. For land divisions creating up to three (3) child parcels AND a remnant lot require a Certified Survey Map (see above). For land divisions creating more than three (3) child parcels a Subdivision Plat is required.

Pre-Preliminary Plat/Conceptual Plat Review Application - Rev. 1/1/2010
Preliminary Plat Application and Checklist - Rev. 1/1/2010
Final Plat Application and Checklist - Rev. 1/1/2010

Variance


A variance is a proposed request to deviate from the standards defined within the Zoning Code. Variances from the regulations of Zoning Code may be granted only in the following instances and in no others:

a. To permit any setback, principal building separation distance, landscape surface ratio that is less than the setback, principal building separation distance, or landscape surface ratio required within the applicable zoning district.
b. To permit building construction on a lot where otherwise prohibited solely because of the insufficient lot area, lot width, or lot frontage within the applicable zoning district under Article 5. In no event shall the respective lot area, lot width, or lot frontage be less than 75 percent of the required dimension under Article 5.
c. To permit a building, fence, wall, or other structure height that is greater than that required within the applicable zoning district under Article 5, Section 94.12.03, or any other provision of this Chapter.
d. To permit a maximum or minimum floor area or density of any building or use so limited by the applicable regulations in this Chapter to vary by not more than 25 percent, where the matter is not otherwise covered by the above eligible variances.
e. To permit variations from an access, driveway, off-street parking, traffic circulation, or loading standard in Sections 94.12.08 to 94.12.10.
f. To permit installation of a holding tank in a circumstance that does not meet the requirements in Section 94.3.03(13).

Within 45 days after filing of the complete application as determined by the Zoning Administrator, the Zoning Board of Appeals shall hold a public hearing. Notice of the requested variance and the public hearing shall conform to the requirements of Wis. Stat. § 62.23(7)(d). Said notice shall contain a description of the subject property and the proposed variance. In addition, at least ten days before said public hearing, the Village Clerk shall mail an identical notice to the applicant of the proposed variance to the clerk of any municipality whose boundaries are within 1,000 feet of any portion of the subject property, and to all property owners within 300 feet of the boundaries of the subject property.

Application for Variance Request - Rev 6/5/2015

Zoning Code Text Amendment


An amendment to the zoning regulations may be initiated by the Village Board, Plan Commission, by recommendation of Village staff to either of these two bodies, or by any member of the general public. Following acceptance of a complete application, the Plan Commission Recording Secretary, in coordination with the Zoning Administrator, shall schedule a public hearing before the Plan Commission, to be held within 45 days after acceptance of a complete application. Notice of the time, place, and purpose of such hearing shall be given by publication of a Class 2 Notice in conformance with the requirements of Wis. Stat. § 62.23 (7)(d). The Village Clerk in coordination with the Zoning Administrator shall also send said notice to the applicant and the clerk of any municipality whose boundaries are within 1,000 feet of any portion of the jurisdiction of this Chapter at least ten days prior to the date of such public hearing.

Application for Text Amendment to Village Zoning Code - Rev. 4/14/2015

Building Permit Applications

   

                                                 



All permits are reviewed by the Building Inspector or an appointed designee. Building permit applications can be found below. The Village has update its permit process and all permit applications are processed online through Evolve, which requires a user name and password to access. New users just create there own user name and password. Permits may be submitted electronically at the Municipal Center. Assistance with submitting a permit application is available by appointment. Building Inspector's Office hours listed below. All previous versions of any application will no longer be accepted, which means paper applications will no longer be accepted.

NOTICE: 
1) Follow the links below to begin the application process. Any questions regarding the new process, please see the top of the page for step-by-step directions.


2) The Building Inspector hours are from 8:00am to 9:00am and 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday or by appointment only.

 

Any request for inspections or in-person meetings shall be made at least 48 hours prior to the requested time. Exceptions may be granted on a LIMITED, as needed, basis only. To schedule an inspection, please call (715) 359-6114 or request and inspection in Evolve under the corresponding permit. Leaving a voicemail with the Building Inspector will not result in an inspection. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Village Municipal Center during the regular office hours at the number listed above.

As of October 1, 2017 Inspection Appointments can be scheduled the following days/times:

 Monday: Full days - 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
 Tuesday: Morning only - 9:00 am to 11:30 am
 Wednesday: Afternoon only - 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
 Thursday: Full days - 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Building Permits Required

Failure to obtain a permit prior to commencement of work shall result in a fine equal to that of the twice the permit plus an addition $50 per Section 14.101.11 of the Municipal Code. ((Permit Fee (x2) + $50) = FINE)



Residential Building Permit Applications

The Village of Weston requires permits for all new construction, alteration and demolition of all structures prior to the starting of any work. Please review the following list of permit applications. If you have a question or are unsure that your project requires a permit, please call or email our office.



New Home Construction (One & two family homes)


​All new one and two family homes constructed within the Village shall meet the State UDC requirements. All ResChecks Version 4.6.2.0 with both calculations (Wisconsin UDC 2009 and IECC 2009) shall be completed and attached prior to applying for a permit application. 


Home Addition and Structural Interior Remodel Permit


The Home Addition permit covers both garage additions and home additions, as well as structural interior remodels with the electrical, plumbing and HVAC trades included. Structural interior remodel includes, but is not limited to, the moving/adding or removing walls, doors or windows and adding/removing cathedral/vaulted ceilings. 



Home Improvement Permit


The Home Improvement permit covers all non-structural interior and exterior remodeling including: re-roofing, soffit and fascia, re-siding, non-structural interior remodeling and basement build-out. Non-structural remodeling includes, but not limited to, new/replacing drywall, kitchen/bathroom cabinet/counter top replacement,  The permit fee does not include electrical, plumbing and HVAC trades, which are $30.00/trade. Please fill out the appropriate portion of the form that pertains to your project.


Accessory Structure


All accessory structures require a building permit. Each lot has a "Maximum Accessory Structure Floor Area" as defined in Figure 5.01(1) in the Zoning Code. The permit fee does not include electrical, plumbing and HVAC trades, which are $30.00/trade.



Demolition Permit


All principal and accessory structures and manufactured homes in and out of manufactured home communities to be removed or razed within the Village require a permit prior to the removal or demolition.



Driveway Installation Permit


All new driveways, driveway expansions and resurfacing require a permit. Seal coating does not require any permit.



Other Home Projects


Home projects include Installation of or altering fences, installation of permanent above-ground/in-ground pools, alteration/installation of decks and in-ground sprinkler systems are all covered under the following permit application.



Notes:

1) At this time, the Village does not require permits for the installation of at-grade patios; however, the Village asks that the hard surface setbacks be observed. These setbacks may be found in Article 5 of the Zoning Ordinance. 

2) At this time, fire pits do not require permits. Please visit the S.A.F.E.R. Fire District page for more information.

Electrical Permit
The Village requires permits for rewiring, circuit extensions, addition of circuits and service upgrades/relocates.

Plumbing Permit
The Village requires permits for re-plumbing and relocating/adding fixtures.

HVAC (Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning) Permit
The Village requires permits for indoor fireplaces/wood burning stoves.



Commercial/Multi-Family(3+) Building Permit Applications

The Village of Weston requires permits for all new construction, alteration and demolition of all structures prior to the starting of any work. Please take note, all new commercial construction or building additions require prior site plan approval. Please review the following list of permit applications. If you have a question or are unsure that your project requires a permit, please call or email our office.


New Commercial Construction, Additions and Remodels


​All new commercial construction require site plan approval prior to the issuance of any building permits. All new commercial building plans and remodels that modify over 25,000 cu. ft. require State approval from the Department of Safety and Professional Services prior to the issuance of any building permit.


Roofing Permit


All non-residential and multi-family(3+) properties within the Village require a roofing permit for complete re-roofing projects.

Parking Lot Resurfacing Permit
The Village requires permits for the resurfacing of all parking lots, even seal coating. Whenever a parking lot is changing material (i.e. from gravel to asphalt) site plan approval is required prior to construction and shall be subject to the requirements in Articles 4 and 12.

Accessory Structure


All accessory structures require a building permit. Each lot has a "Maximum Accessory Structure Floor Area" as defined in Figure 5.01(1) in the Zoning Code. The permit fee does not include electrical, plumbing and HVAC trades, which are $30.00/trade.



Electrical Permit
The Village requires permits for rewiring, circuit extensions, addition of circuits and service upgrades/relocates on all non-residential and multi-family (3+) properties


Plumbing Permit
The Village requires permits for installation/replacement of hot water heaters, re-plumbing and relocating/adding fixtures for all non-residential and multi-family (3+) properties.

HVAC (Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning) Permit
The Village now requires permits for the installation/replacement of furnaces, permanently installed heating units, air conditioning units and indoor fireplaces/wood burning stoves for all non-residential and multi-family (3+) properties.



Right-of-Way Permit Applications


Excavation Permit


Permits are required before any applicant shall excavate, dig upon or in, or remove any tree or material from any public street, ally, boulevard, sidewalk or right-of-way within the Village. The excavation permit shall be obtained for each property owner and/or project location being performed in the Village right-of-way.


Single Trip/Road Limit Permit


Permits are required for any vehicle looking to exceed current street weight limits. In the spring time, this permit applies to the seasonal spring weight limits. Operators are required to obtain a permit before any permission is granted to travel on a posted road.



Moving Permits
Permits are required when oversize loads are moving through the Village. Moving permits are necessary to identify the route of the move and to ensure that there are not any obstructions that may be damaged by the over-sized load (i.e. traffic signals).

Street Privilege
Permits are required when a construction or utility project requires the use of all or portion of the right-of-way for purposes of storing material and/or equipment for the duration of the project.

Special Event on Public Street
Permits are required for any event that is held within the public right-of-way. Such events include, but are not limited to, group runs, fairs, block parties, etc.

Related Links


Miscellaneous Regulations


Mailbox Location Regulations

Wisconsin State Statue


Wisconsin Uniform Building Code