Allowed uses and structures. The following uses are allowed in the Riverway District without a permit if the standards in §§ 239-9 and 239-10 are met:
Nonstructural conservancy and open space uses associated with maintaining the value of certain lands for natural areas, scenic preservation, recreation, wildlife management, water and soil conservation and other such purposes.
Nonstructural agricultural and forestry uses, including silviculture in compliance with Wisconsin Administrative Code Section NR 118.06(6).
Routine pruning of trees and shrubs to improve their health and vigor, provide a filtered view of the Lower St. Croix River, herein after referred to as "the river," prevent property damage, and removing trees that pose an imminent safety hazard to persons or structures.
Piers, and wharves subject to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) administrative rule standards and Army Corps of Engineers permit requirements.
Permitted uses and structures. The following uses and structures are allowed in the Riverway District subject to the standards in §§ 239-9 and 239-10 and with a land use permit from the Pierce County Zoning Administrator:
Single-family residence and accessory uses and structures.
Filling and grading less than 10,000 square feet outside of the slope preservation zone and greater than 40 feet from the slope preservation zone.
Structural erosion control measures constructed outside of slope preservation zones.
Public parks, areas devoted to natural resource management and interpretation, waysides, rest areas, information areas, and scenic overlooks.
Conditional uses and structures. The following uses and structures are allowed in the Riverway District with a conditional use permit subject to the standards in §§ 239-9 and 239-10 and approval by the Pierce County Board of Adjustment:
Planned residential and cluster developments.
Wireless communications service facilities and other transmission services.
Stairways and lifts.
Filling and grading less than 10,000 square feet in slope preservation zones that do not directly face the river and do not drain directly to the river.
Filling and grading within 40 feet of a slope preservation zone.
Filling and grading 10,000 square feet or more outside of the slope preservation zone.
Structural erosion control measures in slope preservation zones.
Public and private roads serving two or more properties or single-family residences.
Private, nonprofit, nature-oriented educational facilities.
Prohibited uses. Within the Riverway District, all uses or structures not listed as allowed, permitted, or conditionally permitted uses are prohibited.