Village of Brandon, WI
Fond Du Lac County
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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Abandonment
§ 56-5 — Village funds to be spent in accordance with appropriation. Ch 116 — Property, Lost, Abandoned and Surplus § 116-1 — Disposal of surplus Village property. § 116-2 — Lost and abandoned property. § 187-3 — Issuance of dog, cat and kennel licenses. § 187-17 — Neglected or abandoned animals. § 215-9 — Basements; excavations. § 288-7 — Unhealthy, hazardous or unsightly materials on public or private property. Ch 349 — Nuisances § 349-5 — Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. § 363-1 — Offenses against state laws subject to forfeiture. § 363-20 — Abandoned refrigerators. Ch 370 — Property Maintenance 370-2{1} — Definitions. § 370-4 — Housing appearance. Ch 394 — Snowmobiles Ch 434 — Vehicles, Abandoned § 434-1 — Abandoned vehicles; definitions. § 434-3 — Removal, storage, notice or reclaimer of abandoned vehicles. § 434-4 — Disposal of abandoned vehicles. § 434-5 — Report of sale or disposal. § 434-6 — Owner responsible for impoundment and disposal costs. Ch 437 — Vehicles, All-Terrain and Off-Road Ch 440 — Vehicles and Traffic § 440-32 — Sound-producing devices; impoundment; seizure and forfeiture. Ch 448 Art IV — Private Well Abandonment § 448-47 — Purpose. 448-49{7} — Definitions. § 448-50 — Abandonment required. § 448-52 — Abandonment procedures. § 448-53 — Violations and penalties. § 485-56 — Dangerous and abandoned signs. § 485-60 — Nonconforming signs. § DT-1 — Derivation Table of 1998 Code to 2015 Code
Animals
Ch 187 — Animals 187-1{1} — Definitions. 187-1{6} — Definitions. 187-1{10} — Definitions. § 187-5 — Rabies quarantine. § 187-6 — Restrictions on keeping of dogs, cats, fowl and other animals. § 187-7 — Impoundment of animals. § 187-9 — Pit bulls and other dangerous animals. 187-9B{1} — Pit bulls and other dangerous animals. 187-9B{5} — Pit bulls and other dangerous animals. 187-9B{6} — Pit bulls and other dangerous animals. § 187-10 — Animal feces. § 187-11 — Injury to property by animals. § 187-13 — Prohibited and protected animals, fowl, reptiles and insects; farm animals. § 187-14 — Sale of rabbits, chicks or artificially colored animals. § 187-15 — Providing proper food and drink to confined animals. § 187-16 — Providing proper shelter. § 187-17 — Neglected or abandoned animals. § 187-18 — Cruelty to animals and birds prohibited. § 187-20 — Trapping of animals. § 187-22 — Vietnamese potbellied pigs. § 187-23 — Violations and penalties. § 268-9 — Materials that may not be burned. § 268-10 — Outdoor furnaces. § 271-3 — Use. Ch 288 — Health and Sanitation § 288-9 — Composting regulations. Ch 320 — Licensing § 320-2 — Issuance of licenses. Ch 349 — Nuisances § 349-3 — Public nuisances affecting health. § 349-5 — Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. Ch 358 — Parks and Recreation § 358-1 — Park regulations. Ch 363 — Peace and Good Order § 363-1 — Offenses against state laws subject to forfeiture. § 363-8 — Loud and unnecessary noise. § 363-19 — Littering. § 363-30 — Cemetery regulations. 370-2{4} — Definitions. 370-2{13} — Definitions. § 370-10 — Safe, sanitary and attractive maintenance of property. § 394-1 — State snowmobile laws adopted. § 398-9 — Collection of nonrecyclable refuse. 398-9A{2} — Collection of nonrecyclable refuse. § 437-2 — Unauthorized off-road operation of motor vehicles on public or private property. § 468-24 — Prohibited uses. § 468-27 — Standards for development in flood-fringe areas. Ch 485 — Zoning 485-7{12} — Definitions. § 485-14 — R-1 Single-Family Residential District. § 485-17 — C-1 Conservancy District. § 485-19 — B-2 Highway Commercial District. § 485-20 — I-1 Industrial District. § 485-52 — Permitted signs; sign categories. § 485-69 — Air pollution. § 485-101 — Operation of mobile home parks; responsibilities of park management. § 485-102 — Responsibilities and duties of mobile home park occupants. § DT-1 — Derivation Table of 1998 Code to 2015 Code
Appeals
§ 1-20 — Changes in previously adopted ordinances. § 5-8 — Review of determination. § 5-9 — Administrative appeal. § 5-10 — Hearing of administrative appeal. § 14-2 — Zoning Board of Appeals. § 56-22 — Board actions after hearing. § 56-25 — Appealed assessments payable when due. § 67-3 — Appeals. § 103-12 — Building Inspector. § 112-9 — Hearing authorities for suspension or removal of law enforcement officers. § 150-14 — Presiding officers. § 180-11 — Permits for private alarm systems. § 180-12 — Revocation of permit. § 187-22 — Vietnamese potbellied pigs. § 215-11 — Regulations for moving buildings. § 215-15 — Violations and penalties. § 245-2 — Driveway permit. § 245-7 — Culvert construction and standards. § 256-10 — Enforcement. § 288-5 — Natural lawns. § 288-7 — Unhealthy, hazardous or unsightly materials on public or private property. § 320-1 — Licensees required to pay local taxes, assessments and claims. § 370-5 — Notice and remedy. § 404-7 — Regulations governing excavations and openings. § 418-6 — Appeal. § 421-10 — Appeal from determinations or orders. § 448-26 — Disconnection and refusal of service. § 468-33 — Flood-fringe areas. § 468-35 — General. § 468-36 — Zoning Administrator. § 468-38 — Plan Commission. § 468-39 — Board of Appeals. § 468-40 — Appeals of permit denials. 468-47{36} — Definitions. 468-47{63} — Definitions. § 477-21 — Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 485-50 — Permit required. § 485-52 — Permitted signs; sign categories. § 485-56 — Dangerous and abandoned signs. § 485-57 — Variances or exceptions. § 485-73 — Placement of signal receiving antennas. § 485-80 — General administrative system. § 485-81 — Zoning Administrator. § 485-82 — Role of Village Board and Zoning Board of Appeals. Ch 485 Art XIV — Appeals § 485-88 — Appeals to Zoning Board of Appeals. § 485-89 — Hearing on appeals. § 485-90 — Decisions of Zoning Board of Appeals. § 485-91 — Variances. § 485-92 — Review by court of record. § 485-99 — Standard requirements for mobile home parks, additions or extensions.
Appointments
§ 5-8 — Review of determination. § 5-10 — Hearing of administrative appeal. § 14-2 — Zoning Board of Appeals. § 14-3 — Advisory Park and Cemetery Committee. § 14-4 — Library Board. § 14-5 — Police Review Committee. § 14-7 — Residency requirement; attendance standards. § 27-2 — Municipal Judge. § 27-5 — Hours; employees; location. § 40-2 — Election officials. § 44-2 — Emergency Management Director. § 48-1 — Statement of purpose. 48-2{6} — Definitions. § 67-1 — Statement of purpose. § 103-2 — Appointed officials. § 103-3 — Village Clerk. § 103-4 — Village Treasurer. § 103-5 — Deputy Clerk and Deputy Treasurer. § 103-6 — Village Attorney. § 103-7 — Chief of Police. § 103-9 — Weed Commissioner. § 103-10 — Director of Public Works. § 103-11 — Assessor. § 103-12 — Building Inspector. § 103-13 — Eligibility for office. § 103-14 — Oaths of office. § 103-15 — Vacancies. § 103-16 — Removal from office. § 112-1 — Organization. § 112-9 — Hearing authorities for suspension or removal of law enforcement officers. § 129-4 — Public access to records. § 150-3 — Trustees. § 150-4 — Village President. § 150-5 — Standing committees. § 150-7 — Cooperation with other municipalities. § 150-13 — Quorum. § 183-7 — Qualifications of applicants and premises. § 183-11 — Transfer and lapse of license. 187-1{7} — Definitions. § 227-1 — Policy statement. § 268-2 — Police powers of Department; investigation of fires. § 292-3 — Historic Preservation Committee; designation of sites, structures, landmarks and district. § 418-4 — Registration. § 418-7 — Prohibited practices; disclosure requirements. 421-2{3} — Definitions. § 468-35 — General. § 468-39 — Board of Appeals. § 485-81 — Zoning Administrator.
Assessments
§ 1-5 — Violations by juveniles. § 1-19 — Ordinances saved from repeal. § 27-6 — Collection of forfeiture and costs. § 56-9 — Statement of real property status. Ch 56 Art II — Special Assessments and Charges § 56-17 — Village Board may levy special assessments. § 56-18 — Resolution and report required. § 56-19 — Costs that may be paid by special assessment. § 56-20 — Exemptions; deductions. § 56-21 — Notice of proposed or approved project. § 56-22 — Board actions after hearing. § 56-23 — Board's power to amend, cancel or confirm special assessment. § 56-24 — Where cost of improvement is less than assessment. § 56-25 — Appealed assessments payable when due. § 56-26 — Special assessment a lien on property. § 56-28 — Miscellaneous provisions. § 56-29 — Special assessment B bonds. § 103-10 — Director of Public Works. § 103-11 — Assessor. § 150-6 — General powers of Village Board. § 175-5 — Standards for issuance of license. § 183-9 — Approval of application. § 187-4 — Late fees. § 215-11 — Regulations for moving buildings. § 284-5 — Cleanup of clandestine drug lab sites and chemical dump sites. § 288-5 — Natural lawns. § 288-6 — Compulsory connection to Village sewer and water system. § 309-7 — Truancy. § 320-1 — Licensees required to pay local taxes, assessments and claims. § 349-7 — Cost of abatement. § 363-29 — Graffiti. § 370-7 — Cost of abatement. § 370-10 — Safe, sanitary and attractive maintenance of property. § 404-5 — Construction and repair of sidewalks. § 404-7 — Regulations governing excavations and openings. § 421-4 — Abatement of tree disease nuisances. § 421-5 — Assessment of costs of abatement. § 421-6 — Planting of trees and shrubs. § 421-7 — Trimming. § 440-2 — State Administrative Code provisions adopted. § 440-34 — Violations and penalties. § 440-35 — Enforcement. § 448-35 — Water main extensions. § 448-53 — Violations and penalties. § 468-31 — General. § 468-33 — Flood-fringe areas. § 468-36 — Zoning Administrator. 468-47{61} — Definitions. § 477-13 — Extra-size or off-site improvements. § 477-15 — Requirements and design standards for public improvements. § 477-19 — Administrative and other fees. § 485-40 — Existing nonconforming uses. § 485-56 — Dangerous and abandoned signs. 485-94A{2} — Definitions. § DT-1 — Derivation Table of 1998 Code to 2015 Code