Town of Grand Rapids Comprehensive Plan
The Grand Rapids Comprehensive Plan was developed to comply with Chapter 66.1001 of the Wisconsin Statutes, or what is commonly referred to as the Wisconsin Comprehensive Planning Law. The plan’s nine chapters address each of the components that are required under the comprehensive planning law and attempt to relate each component to the others. Goals, objectives and policies were developed in each area and are based on facts and findings in the plan, as well as responses from Grand Rapids residents to a community planning survey. This comprehensive planning process began when the Town adopted a public participation plan to encourage all residents to participate with their ideas and concerns. The next step was the community planning survey. Many of the ideas, concerns and comments that were submitted in that survey are referred to in the plan and reflected in many of the goals, objectives and policies.