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The City of Green Bay is soliciting proposals from highly qualified planning and urban design firms to assist with the update of its 1997 Downtown Design Plan.  Proposals are due no later than 4:30 PM CST on Monday, March 25, 2013.  Review the attached document for full details.

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Sharrow Lanes
East River Connection

A shared lane is identified with a new type of pavement marking that directs bicycles and vehicles in the same lane. The new shared lane markings are known as “sharrows”.

Sharrow lanes are not just for bicycles, but are to be shared by motorists and bicyclists. Sharrow lanes serve to emphasize that bicycles have the right to share the road with motor vehicles. Sharrow lanes should not be confused with bicycle lanes which are set aside for bicyclists only and are marked by a solid white line.

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East River Trail Connection Plan
East River Connection

The East River Trail Connection will bridge the gap between Joannes Park and the Fox River Trail through the historic Olde Main Street District. This "missing link" will connect the urban environment to the natural beauty of our City Parks and the East River.

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Military Avenue
Military Ave Design Plan and Market Analysis
The Planning Department has implemented a site devoted to the Military Avenue Market Analysis & Corridor Design Plan. A Public workshop will take place on March 25th. Visit the site now>>

Presentation on Sustainability Activites (PDF)

South Broadway Area Zoning Study

Public Notification
Proposed Amendment to the City of Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan
Proposed Amendment to the City of Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan
Proposed Amendment to the City of Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan


The Planning Department is responsible for planning related functions including land use analysis, re-zoning, plat and site plan reviews, area development plan design and comprehensive plan review, update and implementation.

Welcome to the City of Green Bay’s Planning Department. We work toward a more sustainable, livable community by guiding the City’s future development and build environment to promote a diverse, safe and dynamic community to achieve a better quality of life for all residents.

Staff provide a wide range of services, which guide development and implementation of the Green Bay Smart Growth 2022 Comprehensive Plan. These services include activities dealing with zoning and subdivision regulations, land use planning, area development planning, and economic development.

It is our goal to present Green Bay as a leader in Northeastern Wisconsin in which to live and do business while promoting comprehensive and smart growth concepts to ensure land use compatibility and quality built environments.

If you are currently a resident or business owner located in the City of Green Bay or would like to become one, please use the information provided on this site for guidance. If you would rather speak to a staff person contact the Planning Office at 920-448-3400 or drop us an e-mail. We will strive to provide you with vital information necessary for you to succeed.

 


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