Chapter NR 116 WISCONSIN’S FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM. Kheli Mason Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator (608) 253-2542 x414 DNR approvals are required by FEMA for a community to maintain their flood insurance. 1 CHAPTER VII SHORELAND AND FLOODPLAIN ZONING ORDINANCE SECTION 7.0100 INTRODUCTION 7.0101 AUTHORITY This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by Sections 59.69, 59.692, 59.694, and Section 236.45, and the requirements of Section 87.30 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Official Floodplain Zoning Map and actual field conditions shall be resolved using the criteria in Subsection (d)(1) or (2) below. PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS 12.01-1 AUTHORITY This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted by the Wisconsin Statutes but not limited to Sections 61.35, 61.351, 61.352, 61.353, 62.23 and 87.30 of the Wisconsin Statutes. 2018 WISCONSIN ACT 242 2017 Wisconsin Act 242 generally requires a city, village, town, or county to amend its floodplain determination as necessary to conform with a LOMA. While they are typically found near rivers, lakes and the coast, many of Wisconsin's flood-prone lands are simply low-lying areas or depressions where water naturally collects after rain. FEE SCHEDULE: Note: The footprints of multiple structures shall be added together to arrive at one total square footage. 87.30(1) (1) State powers. This ordinance shall be known as the Floodplain Zoning Ordinance for Douglas County, Wisconsin. Consult with the Region Environmental Coordinator (REC) for help determining environmental coordination necessary for your specific project. Definitions and word use. Maps can be viewed at the Code Enforcement Office or on the internet at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Discourage development in a floodplain if there is any practicable alternative to locate the activity, use or structure outside of the floodplain. The goal of Wisconsin's Floodplain Management Program is to protect people and their property from unwise floodplain development, and to protect society from the costs which are associated with developed floodplains. NR 116.08 Uses downstream of dams.. NR 116.09 Data required to be shown on floodplain zoning … New and Preliminary Wisconsin Flood Maps provide the public an early look at a home or community’s projected risk to flood hazards. Vilas County Zoning amp Planning is resposible for enforcing zoning and land use regulations throught the unincoporated areas of Vilas County, with the exception of areas in the Towns of Lac du Flambeau, Manitowish Waters, and Presque Isle located greater than 1000 feet from a lake, pond or flowage, or 300 feet from a river or stream. Flood control. 87.30(1d)(c) (c) A floodplain zoning ordinance may not permit the repair, reconstruction or improvement of a nonconforming building if the nonconforming building, after repair, reconstruction or improvement, will fail to meet one or more of the minimum requirements applicable to such a nonconforming building under 42 USC 4001 to 4129 or under the regulations promulgated thereunder. NR 116.06 NR 116.06 Areas to be regulated. 2010 Wisconsin Code Chapter 87. 25 . 1.5 GENERAL PROVISIONS (1) AREAS TO BE REGULATED but did necessarily affect a local floodplain determination or floodplain zoning ordinance. However, as specified in the local ordinance, (and as required under chs. 1.4 TITLE This ordinance shall be known as the Vilas County Floodplain Zoning Ordinance for Vilas County, Wisconsin. The Private Sewage System Ordinance (Chapter 11) covers all municipalites in Brown County where public sewer is not available. Zoning Ordinance for Washington County." a) Comprehensive Zoning and/or Shoreland Zoning (waterfront lot) Footprint of structure/use - please check. FLOODPLAIN ZONING PERMITS ONLY: Site Plan with Surveyed Elevations 10. 1.5 GENERAL PROVISIONS (1) AREAS TO BE REGULATED Chapter 8.3, Page 1 chapter 8.3, page 57 ordinance #8.3 floodplain zoning ordinance for douglas county, wisconsin the county board of supervisors of the county of douglas does ordain as follows: section i. statutory authorization, finding of fact, statement of (9) Discourage development in a floodplain if there is any practicable alternative to locate the activity, use or structure outside of the floodplain. Zoning is one tool used to carry out community goals and objectives as set forth in a comprehensive or land use plan. Floodplain Zoning The Planning and Zoning Division is responsible for administering the floodplain zoning ordinance in the City of Platteville, and cooperatively administers these activities in the surrounding Extraterritorial area with the Town of Platteville. The Zoning Administrator can rely on a boundary derived from a profile elevation to grant or deny a land use New Model Floodplain Zoning Ordinance Available Floodplain and Shoreland ManagementNotes Volume 1 Number 2 Fall 2003 Inside this issue: NR115 Listening ... - Floodplain development in western Wisconsin. To minimize the time and expense associated with ordinance revisions, communities Please complete a), b), and/or c) as appropriate. This page is for homeowners who want to understand how their current effective Flood Map may change when the preliminary FEMA maps becomes effective. The Land Use Planning and Zoning Department administers and enforces the County’s land use ordinances, applicable chapters of the Wisconsin Administrative Code, and Wisconsin Statutes. Directs and oversees enforcement of County Ordinances concerning sanitary systems, shore land and floodplain, land subdivisions, zoning, storm water management and non-metallic mining. Municipalities shall develop floodplain zoning maps, reflecting the best available data, which show the areas to be regulated. 87.30. The name of this chapter shall be known and cited as the "Shoreland, Wetland and Floodplain 23 . The fi rst comprehensive zoning ordinance in the United States was enacted in New York City in 1916. Floodplain Resources Floodplains are normally dry or semi-dry land areas to which water naturally flows as water levels rise. Floodplain zoning ordinances and amendments do not become effective until approved by the DNR; thus formal approvals are issued each time the ordinance is amended.