The Wisconsin Comprehensive Planning Grant Program financially assists local governments in the development and adoption of comprehensive plans. The grants are awarded to municipalities, counties, tribes, and regional planning commissions.
No grants were awarded in 2011 or 2012. No application will be released for 2013 grants, either. It is uncertain if an application will be released (Summer 2013) for 2014 grant funding.
Tables of Grant Awards
Map of Municipal and County Grants 2000 - 2010
Map of Successful and Unsuccessful Grant Applications 2000-2010
The Department of Administration (DOA) reviews grant-funded comprehensive plans in order to verify that the comprehensive plan meets the terms of the grant agreement. Please note that the DOA review is not a legal review of a community's comprehensive plan and is not a certification of compliance with the Comprehensive Planning Law, s. 66.1001, Wis. Stats. The DOA requests 30 calendar days to review a community's draft comprehensive plan.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CHECKLIST
Voluntary Comprehensive Plan Checklist
Voluntary Comprehensive Plan Checklist (Word version)
Comprehensive planning grants are reimbursement grants. A community must spend money on eligible activities in order to be reimbursed. The expenditure activities prior to the grant agreement execution are not eligible for reimbursement. In order to file for reimbursement please include the following items:
- Comprehensive Planning Grant Reimbursement Form
- Detailed expenditure report (invoices, staff time, in-kind contributions, purchases, etc.)
- A current status report (please see outline template)
A status report is required with each request for reimbursement. At a minimum, one status report should be submitted per year (in January) in order to remain in compliance with the grant agreement.
Grantees should receive reimbursement checks within one month of reimbursement request submittal. Grantees may request reimbursement up to four times per year.
GRANT CLOSEOUT AND FINAL REIMBURSEMENT
In order to close out a comprehensive planning grant, please follow instructions.
For more information on the planning grant program contact
Comprehensive Planning Program
101 E. Wilson Street, 9th Floor
Madison, WI 53703
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Last Modified: 11/29/2012 8:42:22 AM