Town of Greenville, WI
Outagamie County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Greenville 6-11-2001. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Building construction — See Ch. 85.
Drainage — See Ch. 106.
Erosion and sediment control — See Ch. 117.
Mailboxes — See Ch. 183.
Stormwater management — See Ch. 255.
Street address signs — See Ch. 261.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 265.
Zoning — See Ch. 320.
270a App A Dev Plan Assess Checklist
Article I Purpose

§ 270-1 Purpose of chapter.

Article II General Provisions

§ 270-2 Jurisdiction.

§ 270-3 Exceptions.

§ 270-4 Compliance.

§ 270-5 Building permits.

§ 270-6 Applicability to condominiums.

§ 270-7 Land suitability.

§ 270-8 Existing flora.

Article III Terminology

§ 270-9 Word usage.

§ 270-10 Definitions.

Article IV Subdivision Plat Application and Approval

§ 270-11 Preapplication consultation.

§ 270-12 Preliminary plat application requirements.

§ 270-13 Final plat application requirements.

Article V Land Division (Certified Survey Map) Application and Approval

§ 270-14 Preapplication consultation.

§ 270-15 Land division (certified survey map) application requirements.

Article VI Conservation Subdivisions

§ 270-16 Purpose.

§ 270-17 Nature and location of open space.

§ 270-18 Evaluation criteria.

§ 270-19 Minimum open space.

§ 270-20 Restrictions on lot size and land use.

§ 270-21 Elements of the concept planning process.

§ 270-22 Open space protection and ownership.

§ 270-23 Sewer and water service.

§ 270-24 Trails.

Article VII Condominium Developments

§ 270-25 Purpose.

§ 270-26 Applicability to condominium developments.

§ 270-27 Inapplicability to certain condominiums.

Article VIII Dedications and Reservations

§ 270-28 Streets, drainageways or other public ways.

§ 270-29 Proposed parks, school sites or other public lands.

§ 270-30 Subdivision and land division dedication requirements.

§ 270-31 Proportionate payment in lieu of land dedication.

§ 270-32 Payment of fees.

§ 270-33 Effective date of dedication and/or reservation.

§ 270-34 All public access to low water mark of navigable lakes and streams.

Article IX Technical Requirements for Plat and Certified Surveys

§ 270-35 Preliminary plats.

§ 270-36 Final plat.

§ 270-37 Certified Survey Map.

§ 270-38 Subdivision created by successive land divisions.

Article X Design Standards

§ 270-39 Street design.

§ 270-40 Street dedication and construction.

§ 270-41 Block and lot design standards.

§ 270-42 Stormwater management system.

§ 270-43 Sanitary sewer and water system.

§ 270-44 Standards for nonresidential subdivisions and land divisions.

Article XI Improvement Plans and Specifications

§ 270-45 Required improvements; standards.

§ 270-46 Construction plans; inspections.

§ 270-47 Street improvements.

§ 270-48 Sanitary sewage.

§ 270-49 Water supply.

§ 270-50 Stormwater drainage.

§ 270-51 Other utilities.

§ 270-52 Street signs.

§ 270-53 Street trees.

§ 270-54 Erosion control during construction.

§ 270-55 Easements.

§ 270-56 Streetlights.

§ 270-57 Sidewalks and pedestrian trails.

§ 270-58 Transition lots.

Article XII Improvement Agreements and Guarantees

§ 270-59 Contract.

§ 270-60 Financial guarantees.

Article XIII Fees

§ 270-61 General.

§ 270-62 Preliminary plat fees.

§ 270-63 Final plat application fees.

§ 270-64 Land division fees (certified survey maps).

§ 270-65 Payment of fees.

Article XIV Variances

§ 270-66 Hardship waivers.

§ 270-67 Evidence required for variance.

§ 270-68 Approval of variance.

§ 270-69 Granting of variances.

§ 270-70 Monuments; bonds.

Article XV Enforcement, Penalties and Remedies

§ 270-71 Violations.

§ 270-72 Violations and penalties.

§ 270-73 Appeals.

Article XVI Lot Creation

§ 270-74 Purpose.

§ 270-75 Definitions.

§ 270-76 Restrictions on land divisions and subdivisions.

§ 270-77 Administration.

§ 270-78 Remedies; violations and penalties.