Village of Brandon, WI
Fond Du Lac County
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§ 485-12 Zoning districts designated. [1]

For the purpose of this chapter, the Village of Brandon is hereby divided into the following 10 zoning districts:
R-1
Single-Family Residential District
R-2
One- and Two-Family Residential District
R-3
Multiple-Family Residential District
C-1
Conservancy District
B-1
Central Business District
B-2
Highway Commercial District
I-1
Industrial District
MT
Manufacturing Transition District
P-1
Public and Quasi-Public District
WWT
Wastewater Treatment District
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).

§ 485-13 District boundaries.

A. 
Zoning Map. The boundaries of the districts enumerated in § 482-12 above are hereby established as shown on a map titled "Zoning Map, Village of Brandon, Wisconsin," which is adopted by reference and made a part hereof. The map shall bear upon its face the attestation of the Village President and the Village Clerk and shall be available to the public in the office of the Village Clerk.
B. 
Boundary lines. The boundaries shall be construed to follow corporate limits; United States Public Land Survey lines; lot or property lines; center lines of streets, highways, alleys, easements and railroad rights-of-way; or such lines extended unless otherwise noted on the Zoning Map.
C. 
Vacation. Vacation of public streets and alleys shall cause the land vacated to be automatically placed in the same district as the abutting side to which the vacated land reverts.
D. 
Annexations and consolidations. Annexations to or consolidations with the Village subsequent to the effective date of this chapter shall be placed in the R-1 Residential District unless the annexation ordinance temporarily places the land in another district.
E. 
Residential district designation; special nonconforming variance.
(1) 
Any block which has not been improved by any structure therein is classified and zoned as being in the R-1 Residential District, and no business, commercial, light or heavy manufacturing shall be established, conducted, or carried on in such block. Any block which is improved with residences and dwellings shall be known as being in the R-1 Residential District, and no business, commercial, light or heavy manufacturing shall be established, conducted or carried on in such block except for those businesses, etc., which are existing in the residential district at the time of adoption of this chapter.
(2) 
Residents that wish to apply for an annual variance from the provisions of Subsection E(1) above shall submit a written variance request to the Village Board along with signatures of all adjoining landowners stating their approval. Residents must apply on an annual basis for the variance (prior to the regular January Board meeting) but need submit the adjoining landowners' signatures only the first time.
F. 
Zoning district boundaries. Where uncertainty exists with respect to the boundaries of any of the aforesaid districts shown on the Zoning District Map the following shall apply:
(1) 
Where the district boundaries are depicted as approximately following the center lines of streets or highways, center lines of streams, drainageways, or street or highway right-of-way lines, such center lines or right-of-way lines shall be construed to be such boundaries.
(2) 
Where district boundaries are so depicted that they approximately follow lot lines, such lot lines shall be construed to be said boundaries.
(3) 
Where district boundaries are so depicted that they are approximately parallel to the center lines of streets, highways, or railroads, or rights-of-way of the same, such district boundaries shall be construed as being parallel thereto and at such distance therefrom as indicated on the Zoning Map. If no distance is given, such dimension shall be determined by the use of the scale shown on said Zoning Map.
(4) 
Where district boundaries are so depicted that they approximately follow section lines, quarter section lines or other government survey lines, or that they approximately follow political subdivision lines, such as county lines, town lines or corporate limits, such government survey lines or political subdivision lines shall be construed to be said district boundaries.
(5) 
Where a district boundary line, as appearing on the Zoning Map, divided a lot in single ownership at the time of enactment of this Zoning Code, the district requirements for the least restricted portion of such lot shall be deemed to apply to the whole thereof, provided that such extension shall not include any part of such lot more than 35 feet beyond the district boundary lines.

§ 485-14 R-1 Single-Family Residential District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this district is to provide the opportunity for construction and maintenance of primarily single-family detached dwelling units at a low dwelling unit per acre density.
B. 
Permitted principal uses. The following uses of land are permitted in the R-1 Residential District:
(1) 
Single-family detached dwellings, excluding all mobile homes, and their accessory structures; for purposes of this chapter manufactured homes are included in the definition of single-family dwelling.
(2) 
Manufactured homes complying with all of the following requirements and limitations. The home shall:
(a) 
Be a double wide of at least 24 feet in width and 36 feet in length.
(b) 
Be installed on an approved foundation system in conformity with the Uniform Building Code. The wheels and axles must be removed. The enclosed foundation system shall be approved by the Building Inspector and/or Village Engineer; the Building Inspector may require a plan to be certified by a registered architect or engineer to ensure proper support for the home.
(c) 
Be equipped with foundation siding which in design, color and texture appears to be an integral part of the adjacent exterior wall of the manufactured home.
(d) 
Be covered by a roof pitched at a minimum slope of three inches in 12 inches which is permanently covered with nonreflective material.
(e) 
Have a pitched roof, overhanging eaves and such other design features required of all new single-family dwellings located within the Village of Brandon.
(f) 
Conform to the Wisconsin Uniform Dwelling Code.
(3) 
Public parks, playgrounds and recreational or community center buildings and grounds.
(4) 
Public and parochial schools.
(5) 
Cemeteries of two acres or less in area adjacent to a church.
(6) 
Public buildings, except sewage plants, garbage incinerators, warehouses, garages, shops and storage yards.
(7) 
Water storage facilities and their accessory uses.
(8) 
Community living arrangements and day-care centers which have a capacity for eight or fewer persons.
(9) 
Foster family home.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II). Original § 13-1-42(b)(10) of the 1998 Code, Home occupations and professional home offices, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II). See now Subsection C(12).
(10) 
Uses customarily incident to any of the above uses, provided that no such use generates traffic or noise that would create public or private nuisance.
C. 
Conditional uses. The following are permitted as conditional uses within the R-1 District:
(1) 
Community living arrangements and day-care centers which have a capacity for nine or more persons.
(2) 
Utilities (electric substations, telephone switching stations, gas regulators, etc.).
(3) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments [7011].[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(4) 
Public utility structures, except those incompatible with the characteristics of the district.
(5) 
Planned residential developments.
(6) 
Golf courses and private clubs.
(7) 
Barbering and beauty culture.
(8) 
Sewage disposal facilities.
(9) 
Kennels as prescribed in § 187-3B.
(10) 
Churches and governmental and community service facilities.
(11) 
Agricultural crops and grazing of common farm animals where confined by appropriate fencing.
(12) 
Home occupations and professional home offices.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
D. 
Height and area restrictions.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 90 feet.
(b) 
Minimum area: 12,000 square feet.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: 35 feet.[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(b) 
Minimum floor area: 1,200 square feet.
(c) 
Maximum lot coverage for total of all buildings on parcel: 30%.[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(3) 
Yards.
(a) 
Minimum street yard: 30 feet.
(b) 
Minimum rear yard: 30 feet.
(c) 
Minimum side yard: 15 feet (six feet where lot is less than required 90 feet wide).[6]
[6]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(d) 
Minimum street side yard: 15 feet.
[Added 9-18-2000]

§ 485-15 R-2 One- and Two-Family Residential District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this district is to provide the opportunity for construction and maintenance of primarily two-family dwelling units.
B. 
Permitted uses.
(1) 
Two-family dwellings (duplex).
(2) 
Any permitted principal use in the R-1 District.
C. 
Conditional uses.
(1) 
Conditional uses permitted in the R-1 District.
D. 
Height and area restrictions.[1]
Single-Family Dwelling
Two-Family Dwelling
Lot Size
Minimum width (feet)
75
100
Minimum area (square feet)
9,000
12,000
Building
Maximum height (feet)
25
25
Minimum floor area (square feet)
1,200
850/unit
Maximum lot coverage
30%
30%
Yards
Minimum street yard (feet)
30
30
Minimum rear yard (feet)
30
30
Minimum side yard (feet)
10
10
Minimum street side yard (feet)
15
15
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).

§ 485-16 R-3 Multiple-Family Residential District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this district is to:
(1) 
Delineate areas where more compact residential development, including condominiums and rental apartments, has occurred or will likely occur in accordance with the Village Comprehensive Plan.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(2) 
Protect the residential character of the district by prohibiting the incursion of incompatible land uses.
B. 
Permitted uses:
(1) 
Multifamily buildings consisting of not more than 16 dwelling units.
(2) 
Two-family dwellings including manufactured homes.
(3) 
Accessory structures occupying not more than 20% of the rear yard.
(4) 
Preschool and day-care facilities serving not more than 25 children.
(5) 
Nursing homes.
(6) 
Neighborhood parks and playgrounds.
(7) 
Greenways and open space; agricultural crops.
C. 
Conditional uses:
(1) 
Multifamily buildings providing more than 16 dwelling units.
(2) 
Churches and governmental and community service facilities.
(3) 
Home occupations or professional home offices.
(4) 
Libraries; medical and dental clinics.
(5) 
Mobile home parks.
(6) 
Planned residential developments, including clusters of condominiums and/or for-rent apartments.
(7) 
Campgrounds.
(8) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments.
D. 
Height and area restrictions.[2]
Two-Family Dwelling
Multifamily Dwelling
Lot Size
Minimum width (feet)
90
120
Minimum area (square feet)
10,000
14,000 or, if larger, 4 times the floor area
Building
Maximum height (feet)
25
30
Minimum floor area (square feet)
750*
750*
1-bedroom unit
*Add 100 square feet/additional bedroom
Maximum lot coverage
30%
30%
Yards
Minimum street yard (feet)
30
30
Minimum rear yard (feet)
30
30
Minimum side yard (feet)
10
20
Minimum street side yard (feet)
15
15
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).

§ 485-17 C-1 Conservancy District.

[Amended 10-12-2009]
A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this district is to preserve, protect and maintain the natural environment and character of areas exhibiting significant natural resource features which contribute to the productive, recreational or aesthetic value of the community.
B. 
Permitted uses. All uses within this district are conditional, requiring a public hearing and consideration of specific site factors and impacts on surrounding land uses. All conditional uses must be approved in accordance with the procedures established in Article IV. If a conditional use is granted it shall expire when the land changes ownership.
C. 
Conditional uses:
(1) 
Preservation and/or controlled use of existing trees, shrubs and plants; prairie grasses; wildlife habitat and nesting areas; wetland and drainage ways; floodplains and shorelands.
(2) 
Forest and game management.
(3) 
Fishing and hiking.
(4) 
Parks and recreation areas; arboreta; botanical gardens; greenways.
(5) 
Stables.
(6) 
Utilities.
(7) 
Nonresidential buildings used solely in conjunction with the raising of water fowl or fish.
(8) 
Harvesting of wild crops, such as marsh hay, ferns, moss, water cress, wild rice, berries, fruits or seeds; sustained yield forestry; or raising of wildlife.
(9) 
Recreation-related structures not requiring basements.
(10) 
Preservation of areas of scenic, historic or scientific value.
(11) 
Soil and water conservations programs, approved and administered by the County Soil and Water Conservation District Board.
(12) 
Uses similar and customarily incidental to any of the above.
(13) 
Development of open space uses, such as parks, hiking trails, ski trails, bridle paths, fishing ponds, picnic areas, greenways and wildlife preserves.
(14) 
Animal hospitals, shelters and kennels.
(15) 
Archery ranges, sports fields and skating rinks.
(16) 
Land restoration, flowage and ponds.
(17) 
Golf courses and clubs.
(18) 
Ski hills and trails.
(19) 
Yacht clubs and marinas.
(20) 
Recreation camps.
(21) 
Public and private campgrounds.
(22) 
Riding stables.
(23) 
Planned residential developments.
(24) 
Sewage disposal plants.
(25) 
Governmental, cultural and public buildings or uses.
(26) 
Utilities.
(27) 
Fishing clubs.
(28) 
Professional home offices.
(29) 
Any filling, dredging, stream channel modification or earth moving involving more than 1,000 square yards in area.
(30) 
Agricultural cropping and grazing with confining fences.
D. 
Area, height and yard requirements.
(1) 
Lot.
(a) 
Area: minimum one acre.
(b) 
Width: minimum 150 feet.
(2) 
Building height: maximum 35 feet.
(3) 
Other structures height: maximum 1/2 the distance from the structure's nearest lot line.
(4) 
Yards.
(a) 
Street: minimum 40 feet.
(b) 
Rear: minimum 20 feet.
(c) 
Side: minimum 20 feet except structures used for the housing or shelters of animals must be 100 feet from lot lines.

§ 485-18 B-1 Central Business District.

A. 
Purpose. The B-1 District is intended to:
(1) 
Provide for present and future commercial activities within the traditional business area of the Village.
(2) 
Accommodate community service functions, public and quasi-public land use needs, at a central location.
(3) 
Permit residential units above established businesses in accordance with Village building codes and zoning requirements.
(4) 
Protect the commercial character of the district by prohibiting the incursion of incompatible land use.
B. 
Permitted uses. The following uses of land are permitted in the B-1 District:
(1) 
Paint, glass and wallpaper stores. [523]
(2) 
Hardware stores. [525]
(3) 
Department stores, variety stores, general merchandise stores. [53]
(4) 
General grocery stores, supermarkets, fruit and vegetable stores, delicatessens, meat and fish stores and miscellaneous food stores. [54]
(5) 
Candy, nut or confectionery stores. [544]
(6) 
Dairy products stores, including ice cream stores. [545]
(7) 
Retail bakeries, including those which produce some or all of the products sold on the premises, but not including establishments which manufacture bakery products primarily for sale through outlets located elsewhere or through home service delivery. [546]
(8) 
Clothing and shoe stores. [56]
(9) 
Furniture, home furnishings, floor covering and upholstery shops/stores. [57]
(10) 
Restaurants, lunch rooms and other eating places, except drive-in type establishments. [5812]
(11) 
Taverns, bars and other drinking places with permit by Village Board. [5813]
(12) 
Drugstores and pharmacies. [591]
(13) 
Liquor stores. [592]
(14) 
Antique stores and secondhand stores. [593]
(15) 
Sporting goods stores and bicycle shops. [5941]
(16) 
Bookstores, not including adult books. [5942]
(17) 
Stationery stores. [5943]
(18) 
Jewelry and clock stores. [5944]
(19) 
Camera and photographic supply stores. [5946]
(20) 
Gift, novelty and souvenir shops. [5947]
(21) 
Florist shops. [5992]
(22) 
Tobacco and smokers' supplies stores. [5993]
(23) 
News dealers and newsstands. [5994]
(24) 
Wholesale merchandise establishments, only for retail items listed above; e.g., Subsection B(19) would allow wholesale camera sales.
(25) 
Banks and other financial institutions. [60-62]
(26) 
Offices of insurance companies, agents, brokers and service representatives. [63-64]
(27) 
Offices of real estate agents, brokers, managers and title companies. [65-67]
(28) 
Miscellaneous business offices.
(29) 
Heating and plumbing supplies.
(30) 
Retail laundry and dry cleaning outlets, including coin-operated laundries, commonly called "laundromats" and "launderettes." Tailor shops, dressmakers' shops, and garment repair shops, but not garment pressing establishments, hand laundries, or hat cleaning and blocking establishments. [721][1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(31) 
Photographic studios and commercial photography establishments. [722]
(32) 
Barbershops, beauty shops and hairdressers. [723-4]
(33) 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine parlors. [725]
(34) 
Trade and contractor's offices (office only).
(35) 
Advertising agencies, consumer credit reporting, news agencies, employment agencies. [731-2, 735-6]
(36) 
Duplicating, blueprinting, photocopying, addressing, mailing, mailing list and stenographic services; small print shops. [733]
(37) 
Computer services. [737]
(38) 
Commercial parking lots, parking garages, parking structures. [752]
(39) 
Watch, clock and jewelry repair services. [763]
(40) 
Motion-picture theaters, not including drive-in theaters. [7832]
(41) 
Miscellaneous retail stores. [5999]
(42) 
Offices/clinics of physicians and surgeons, dentists and dental surgeons, osteopathic physicians, optometrists and chiropractors, but not veterinarian's offices. [801-4]
(43) 
Law offices. [811]
(44) 
The offices, meeting places, churches, and premises of professional membership associations; civic, social, and fraternal associations; business associations, labor unions and similar labor organizations; political organizations; religious organizations; charitable organizations; or other nonprofit membership organizations. [86]
(45) 
Engineering and architectural firms or consultants. [891-3]
(46) 
Accounting, auditing and bookkeeping firms or services. [8721]
(47) 
Professional, scientific, or educational firms, agencies, offices, or services, but not research laboratories or manufacturing operations. [899]
(48) 
The offices of governmental agencies and post offices. [91-92, 431]
(49) 
Public transportation passenger stations, taxicab company offices, and taxicab stands, but not vehicle storage lots or garages. [411-14]
(50) 
Telephone and telegraph offices. [481-2]
(51) 
Existing residential developments, including dwelling units above established businesses, provided they comply with the Village building codes and the basic provisions of the R-3 Residential District as set forth herein.
C. 
Conditional uses. The following are permitted as conditional uses in the B-1 District, provided that no nuisance shall be afforded to the public through noise, the discharge of exhaust gases from motor-driven equipment, unpleasant odors, smoke, steam, harmful vapors, obnoxious materials, unsightly conditions, obstruction of passage on the public street or sidewalk, or other conditions generally regarded as nuisances, and provided that where operations necessary or incident to the proper performance of these services or occupations would tend to afford such nuisances; areas, facilities, barriers, or other devices shall be provided in such a manner that the public is effectively protected from any and all such nuisances. These uses shall be subject to the consideration of the Village Board.
(1) 
Miscellaneous repair shops and related services. [769]
(2) 
Garment pressing establishments, hand laundries, hat cleaning and blocking shops and coin-operated dry-cleaning establishments. [721]
(3) 
Establishments engaged in the publishing and printing of newspapers, periodicals or books. [2711]
(4) 
All residential uses developed subsequent to the effective date of this chapter, including residential units above established business places. No dwelling shall be permitted below the second floor and business uses are not permitted on any floor above the ground floor, except in those buildings or structures where dwelling units are not established.
(5) 
Farm supplies, wholesale trade. [5191]
(6) 
Establishments engaged in the retail sale of automobiles, trailers, mobile homes, or campers. [551-2,556]
(7) 
Stores for the sale and installation of tires, batteries, mufflers or other automotive accessories. [553]
(8) 
Gasoline service stations; provided, further, that all gasoline pumps, storage tanks and accessory equipment must be located at least 30 feet from any existing or officially proposed street line. [5541]
(9) 
Establishments engaged in the daily or extended-term rental or leasing of house trailers, mobile homes or campers. [703]
(10) 
Establishments engaged in daily or extended-term rental or leasing of passenger automobiles, limousines or trucks, without drivers, or of truck trailers or utility trailers. [751]
(11) 
Establishments for the washing, cleaning or polishing of automobiles, including self-service car washes. [754]
(12) 
Hotels, motor hotels, motels, tourist courts, tourist rooms, etc. [70]
D. 
Height and area restrictions.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 40 feet or building width plus required side yards.
(b) 
Minimum area: 4,000 square feet or building first floor area plus required yards and parking.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: three stories or 35 feet.
(b) 
Minimum floor area: as required to serve business needs.
(3) 
Yards. Minimum: not required; if provided, five feet.

§ 485-19 B-2 Highway Commercial District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this district is to encourage the growth and development of business activities and establishments which require highway frontage and exposure due to their automobile and vehicular orientations.
B. 
Permitted uses. All uses within this district are conditional, requiring a public hearing and consideration of specific site factors and impacts on surrounding land uses. All conditional uses must be approved in accordance with the procedures established in Article IV.
C. 
Conditional uses. The following are specific conditional uses in this district:
(1) 
Amusement activities.
(2) 
Automobile and truck retail services.
(3) 
Automobile repair services.
(4) 
Bars and taverns.
(5) 
Candy, nut and confectionery sales.
(6) 
Gasoline service stations.
(7) 
Gift, novelty and souvenir sales.
(8) 
Hotels, motels and tourist courts.
(9) 
Night clubs, dance halls and taverns.
(10) 
Restaurants.
(11) 
Sales, service and installation of tires, batteries and accessories.
(12) 
Residential dwelling units.
(13) 
Animal hospital, shelters and kennels.
(14) 
Yachting clubs and marinas.
(15) 
Public assembly uses.
(16) 
Commercial recreation facilities.
(17) 
Off-season storage facilities.
(18) 
Lodges and fraternal buildings.
(19) 
Nursing homes, offices/clinics of physicians and surgeons, dentists and dental surgeons, oesteopathic physicians, optometrists and chiropractors.
(20) 
Nursery and garden centers.
(21) 
Retirement homes.
(22) 
Drive-in food and beverage establishments and conventional restaurants.
(23) 
Drive-in banks.
(24) 
Drive-in theaters.
(25) 
Vehicle sales and service.
(26) 
Public parking lots.
(27) 
Taxi stands.
(28) 
Sewage disposal plants.
(29) 
Governmental, cultural, and public buildings or uses, such as fire and police stations, community centers, libraries, public emergency shelters, parks, playgrounds and museums.
(30) 
Utilities.
(31) 
Schools and churches.
(32) 
Mobile home sales.
(33) 
All conditional uses listed in the B-1 District.
(34) 
Seasonal roadside stands for the sale of farm produce only.
(35) 
Establishments or facilities for the sale, rental, service, repair, testing, demonstration or other use of motorcycles, motorized bicycles, go-carts, snowmobiles, aircraft, motorboats, other watercraft, or any other motorized vehicles or their components.
(36) 
Wholesale merchandise establishments.
(37) 
Warehouses.
(38) 
Motor carrier facilities.
(39) 
Commercial establishments selling used, secondhand, or reconditioned merchandise.
(40) 
Commercial sales and services requiring outdoor storage yards; truck terminals; and transshipment depots.
(41) 
Open space uses, such as agricultural crops and grazing, parks, parking lots, recreational facilities, greenways and related open space uses.
(42) 
Light industrial uses.
D. 
Height and area requirements.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 150 feet.
(b) 
Minimum area: 25,000 square feet.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: three stories or 35 feet.
(b) 
Maximum floor area: as required.
(3) 
Yards.
(a) 
Minimum street yard: 60 feet. (Parking may be permitted as a conditional use in street yards.)
(b) 
Minimum side yard: 20 feet.
(c) 
Minimum rear yard: 20 feet.

§ 485-20 I-1 Industrial District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of the I-1 District is to preserve lands best suited for industrial development because of location, area, topography, transportation, highway access, utilities, and/or relation to other land uses.
B. 
Permitted uses:
(1) 
Packaging, processing, production, warehousing or wholesaling of products, without open storage, from agricultural crops and produce; furs and leathers; glass, metals, paper, plastic, textiles, wood and related materials of local origin.
(2) 
Manufacture, packaging or warehousing, without open storage, of products, such as appliances, confections, cosmetics, electrical and electronic devices, instruments, jewelry, pharmaceuticals, and toiletries.
(3) 
Service industries without open storage, such as automotive repairs and restorations; bakeries; breweries; bottling of beverages; commercial cleaners, pressers and dyers; greenhouses; laboratories; machine shops; painting; printing and publishing; storage and sale of lumber and related construction materials.
(4) 
Open space uses, such as agricultural crops and parks, parking lots, recreational facilities, greenways and related open space uses.
C. 
Conditional uses:
(1) 
Open storage yards associated with a permitted use.
(2) 
Animal hospitals, kennels, and related animal facilities.
(3) 
Commercial processing of milk products, feeds, fowl or animals.
(4) 
Outdoor storage and manufacturing areas, such as recycling facilities, scrap yards, salvage yards, wrecking or demolition yards.
(5) 
Commercial service facilities, such as fueling stations, garages, automotive repair shops, truck terminals, and transshipment depots, provided such services are related to the industrial district users and/or employees.
(6) 
Public and quasi-public uses, such as pretreatment sewage plants, pumping stations, water supply facilities, fire protection devices, utility services, and related public facilities.
D. 
Height and area requirements.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 200 feet.
(b) 
Minimum area: 50,000 square feet.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: three stories or 35 feet.
(b) 
Minimum floor area: as required.
(3) 
Yards.
(a) 
Minimum street yard: 40 feet.
(b) 
Minimum side yard: 20 feet.
(c) 
Minimum rear yard: 40 feet.

§ 485-21 MT Manufacturing Transition District.

A. 
Purpose. This district is intended to accommodate general business, light manufacturing and high-density housing. It is the intent of these provisions to provide a transitional zoning from I-1 Industrial District to residential districts.
B. 
Permitted uses:
(1) 
Community centers, museums, art galleries and similar uses.
(2) 
Day-care centers.
(3) 
Health services.
(4) 
Light manufacturing and assembly.
(5) 
Private clubs, fraternities or lodges.
(6) 
Professional, general business and public administration offices.
(7) 
Recreational/fitness facilities.
(8) 
Research, testing and technology-based uses.
(9) 
Service industries, such as personal, business and financial services, including drive-through facilities.
(10) 
Theaters.
(11) 
Retail.
(12) 
Funeral homes.
(13) 
Nursing homes, community based residential facilities (CBRF), community assisted living facilities (CALF).
(14) 
Multifamily housing; must meet R-3 zoning minimum floor area restrictions.
(15) 
Vehicle repair services.
(16) 
Off-season storage facilities.
(17) 
Nursery and garden centers.
C. 
Conditional uses:
(1) 
Outdoor recreational facilities.
(2) 
Radio or television stations.
(3) 
Printing and publishing.
(4) 
Residential dwelling units.
(5) 
Open storage yards associated with permitted use.
D. 
Height and area requirements.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 150 feet.
(b) 
Minimum area: 25,000 square feet.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: 35 feet.
(b) 
Maximum floor area: as required.
(3) 
Yards.
(a) 
Minimum street yard: 30 feet. (Parking permitted as a condition use in street yard.)
(b) 
Minimum side yard: 20 feet.
(c) 
Minimum rear yard: 30 feet.

§ 485-22 P-1 Public and Quasi-Public District.

A. 
Purpose. The purpose of the P-1 District is:
(1) 
To identify and delineate properties devoted to existing recreational, institutional and/or governmental use, particularly areas of one acre or more in size.
(2) 
To identify, delineate and reserve properties set forth in the Village Comprehensive Plan as essential to future recreational, institutional, and/or governmental development within the community.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
B. 
Permitted uses:
(1) 
Public parks, playfields, playgrounds and related recreational developments; arboretums, wildlife preserves, soil and water conservation practices; churches, community centers, libraries, governmental offices, museums, police and fire stations.
(2) 
Public, parochial and private elementary and secondary schools, including preschools, provided all principal structures and uses are not less than 50 feet from any lot line.
C. 
Conditional uses:
(1) 
Archery and/or firearm ranges, golf courses, gymnasiums, riding academies, music and/or dance halls, stadiums, swimming pools, zoological and/or botanical gardens.
(2) 
Water supply and/or wastewater treatment facilities; utility services and facilities; recycling operations and facilities; transportation terminals; cemeteries and crematories; penal and/or correctional institutions; sanatoriums; religious, charitable and/or related institutions.
D. 
Height and area restrictions.
(1) 
Lot size.
(a) 
Minimum width: 100 feet or building width plus required yards.
(b) 
Minimum area: ground floor area plus yards and parking space.
(2) 
Building.
(a) 
Maximum height: three stories or 35 feet.
(b) 
Floor area: as required to serve needs.
(3) 
Yards. Minimum: 20 feet.

§ 485-23 WWT Wastewater Treatment District.

A. 
Purpose. The Wastewater Treatment District delineates that area where the principal use will be as a site for the wastewater stabilization lagoons and other wastewater treatment facilities for the Village of Brandon. The Wastewater Treatment District is created to meet the requirements of § NR 110.15(3)(d), Wis. Adm. Code. That section prescribes standards for the separation distances of sewage treatment facilities and other property. An existing mechanical plant must have a five-hundred-foot separation from adjacent residential and commercial development. The Village Board, being aware of this, changes the mechanical plant separation from 500 feet to 200 feet. In reviewing requests for conditional uses, the Village will utilize the standard of review that will require said conditional use to be compatible with any present and future wastewater treatment facility in the described Wastewater Treatment District.
[Amended 5-9-2005[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
B. 
Permitted uses. The sewage treatment facilities will be inclusive but not limited to stabilization lagoons, mechanical treatment facilities and effluent holding and polishing ponds and all other related structures or mechanical devices necessary to treat wastewater, including all essential uses to operate the sewage treatment facilities.
C. 
Conditional uses. The following conditional uses may be allowed if they will not be unreasonably affected by the proximity of the stabilization ponds and treatment plant and will not interfere with any future expansion needs of the ponds or plant:
(1) 
Additions, enlargements, remodeling and replacement of lawful nonconforming structures existing at the time of the creation of this district and not changing the principal use of the structure.
(2) 
Construction, additions, enlargement, remodeling, and replacement of accessory structures with a use customarily incidental to the principal use of any lawful nonconforming structure or use existing at the time of the creation of this district and located on and proximate to such nonconforming structure or use. For example, for a nonconforming residential structure, a garage.
D. 
Prohibited uses. No structures are permitted except those using essential services accessory to the principal permitted use, and all uses not specifically permitted are prohibited.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II). Original § 13-1-51(e) of the 1998 Code, Review requirements, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).