This district is intended to provide for single-family detached residential development. The density of development is based on the availability of public facilities and the extent of coordination and planning as indicated by whether the development is part of an approved and recorded subdivision plat.
Setbacks to be determined by the Town Board in the special use permit process, but not less than setbacks established in zone.
Convalescent homes and nursing homes.
Planned unit developments (PUD).
Bed-and-breakfast establishments, provided the owner resides on the premises.
Day care (group).
Public and semipublic nonprofit institutional uses, including churches, schools, libraries and the like, provided principal access shall be directly onto a collector or arterial street.
Parks, playgrounds and community centers.
Utilities, government and cultural uses, fire, police stations.
Public utility installations requiring a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by Wisconsin PSC.
Permitted principal uses and structures.
Served by public sewer:
Not served by public sewer:
Lot area: minimum 24,000 square feet.
Lot width: minimum 100 feet.
With storm sewer and curb and gutter:
Single-family detached dwellings in a conservation subdivision served by public water/sewer.
For buildings 150 square feet in area or smaller:
For buildings 151 to 750 square feet in area:
Rear yard: minimum 12 feet.
Side yards: minimum 12 feet.
Height: maximum 20 feet.
No building shall be located within 12 feet of any other building.
Accessory buildings larger than 750 square feet shall meet all requirements of other principal uses and structures.
See Article VI of this chapter.
See Article VII of this chapter.