Wisconsin's Smart Growth Law defines the nine required elements, listed below, that are required to be found in municipal comprehensive plans. The Village of Richfield's comprehensive plan was developed in an environment rich with opportunities for public input.
To gain citizen understanding and support throughout the planning process, the public was provided with a variety of meaningful opportunities to become involved in the process. Public input was facilitated through a series of workshops and special activities, including a community survey. Information was disseminated through direct mailings, media releases, TV-98 (Richfield's Government Information Station), the village newsletter, and an interactive website.
The village adopted their comprehensive plan in 2004, and is required by the State of Wisconsin to have it updated by the end of 2014. Copies of the village comprehensive plan are available to review at Village Hall.
- Agricultural, natural, and cultural resources
- Economic development
- Intergovernmental cooperation
- Issues and opportunities
- Land use
- Utilities and community facilities
Supplemental Planning Documents
Village of Richfield Comprehensive Plan, 2014 to 2033
*Please note that not all of the links are active, this is intentional. The elements of the Comprehensive Plan which do not have active links are in various stages of development and not ready for public consumption. This web page will carry the most up-to-date information relative to the Comprehensive Plan, so please check back often.