Village of Woodville, WI
St. Croix County
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Animals
§ 67-28— Special charges. Ch 212— Animals 212-1{1}— Definitions. 212-1{6}— Definitions. 212-1{10}— Definitions. § 212-3— Dog licenses. § 212-5— Rabies quarantine. § 212-6— Restrictions on keeping of animals. § 212-7— Impoundment of animals. § 212-9— Keeping of dangerous animals; pit bull dogs. § 212-10— Animal feces. § 212-11— Injury to property by animals. § 212-13— Protected animals; wild animals and insects; farm animals. § 212-14— Neglected, abandoned or injured animals. § 212-15— Cruelty to animals and birds. § 212-16— Limitation on number of dogs and cats. § 212-17— Trapping of animals on Village property. § 293-23— Prohibited uses. § 293-26— Standards for development in flood-fringe areas. Ch 381— Nuisances § 381-6— Public nuisances affecting health. § 381-8— Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. Ch 392— Parks and Recreation § 392-1— Park regulations. Ch 398— Peace and Good Order § 398-1— Offenses against state laws subject to forfeiture. § 398-8— Loud and unnecessary noise. § 398-19— Littering. § 432-1— Adoption of statutory provisions. § 438-4— Permitted and prohibited materials. § 438-12— Removal of offensive matter. § 460-45— General requirements. § 495-36— Unauthorized off-road operation of motor vehicles. § 510-41— Prohibited discharges. § 510-71— Separation distances. 525-7{10}— Definitions. § 525-16— A-1 Agricultural District. § 525-48— Commercial and industrial signs. § 525-65— Air pollution. § DT-1— Derivation Table of 1996 Code to 2011 Code § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Appeals
§ 7-8— Review procedure. § 7-9— Administrative appeal. § 7-10— Hearing on administrative appeal. § 18-2— Zoning Board of Appeals. § 67-23— Board actions after hearing. § 67-26— Appealed assessments payable when due. § 168-14— Presiding officers. 193-2{4}— Definitions. 193-2{5}— Definitions. § 193-8— License suspension, revocation or nonrenewal. § 193-24— License suspension, revocation or nonrenewal. § 206-11— Permits for private alarm systems. § 206-12— Revocation of permit; appeals. § 231-2— Building permits and inspection. § 231-16— Violations and penalties. § 250-12— Appeals; variances. § 293-33— Flood-fringe areas. § 293-34— Existing agencies. § 293-35— Zoning administrator. § 293-36— Plan Commission. § 293-37— Zoning Board of Appeals. § 293-38— Appeals of permit denials. 293-44{36}— Definitions and word usage. 293-44{63}— Definitions and word usage. § 347-1— Licensees required to pay local taxes, assessments and claims. § 381-3— Unhealthy, hazardous or unsightly materials on public or private property. § 410-2— Natural lawns. § 410-3— Length of lawns, grasses and noxious weeds. § 422-9— Appeals. § 450-8— Permit procedure. § 450-14— Appeals. § 455-8— Regulations governing excavations and openings. § 460-40— Lot design standards. § 460-50— Impact fees. § 460-52— Violations and penalties; revocation of permits; appeals. § 472-6— Appeals. § 476-10— Appeals. § 510-65— Sewer service charges and connection fees. Ch 525— Zoning § 525-46— Sign permit; insurance; inspection; appeals. § 525-52— Dangerous and abandoned signs. § 525-53— Variances or exceptions. § 525-69— Signal-receiving antennas. § 525-78— General administrative system. § 525-79— Zoning Administrator. § 525-80— Role of Plan Commission, Village Board and Zoning Board of Appeals. Ch 525 Art XIV— Appeals and Variances § 525-86— Appeals; Zoning Board of Appeals. § 525-87— Hearing on appeals. § 525-88— Decisions of Zoning Board of Appeals. § 525-89— Variances. § 525-90— Review by court of record.
Appointments
§ 7-8— Review procedure. § 7-10— Hearing on administrative appeal. § 18-1— Board of Review. § 18-2— Zoning Board of Appeals. § 18-3— Plan Commission. § 18-5— Residency requirement; attendance standards. § 32-4— Oath and bond. § 54-1— Joint Emergency Government Director. § 60-1— Statement of purpose. 60-2{6}— Definitions. § 115-2— Appointed officials. § 115-3— Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer. § 115-4— Deputy Clerk-Treasurer. § 115-5— Attorney; special counsel. § 115-6— Chief of Police. § 115-7— Weed Commissioner. § 115-8— Director of Public Works. § 115-9— Assessor. § 115-10— Eligibility for office. § 115-11— Oaths of office. § 115-12— Vacancies. § 115-13— Removal from office. § 126-1— Organization. § 126-8— Suspension or removal of law enforcement officers. § 144-4— Public access to records. § 168-4— Trustees. § 168-5— Village President. § 168-6— Committees. § 168-8— Cooperation with other municipalities. § 168-13— Quorum. 212-1{7}— Definitions. § 285-2— Police power; investigation of fires. § 285-11— Fire Inspector duties. § 293-34— Existing agencies. § 293-37— Zoning Board of Appeals. § 322-7— Qualifications for license. § 322-11— Transfer and lapse of license. § 472-4— Registration procedure. § 472-7— Prohibited practices; disclosure requirements. § 476-3— Village Forester; right of entry. § 525-79— Zoning Administrator.
Assessments
§ 1-18— Ordinances saved from repeal. § 32-8— Forfeitures. § 67-11— Statement of real property status. Ch 67 Art II— Special Assessments and Charges § 67-18— Authority to levy special assessments. § 67-19— Resolutions and report required. § 67-20— Costs to be paid by special assessment. § 67-21— Exemptions. § 67-22— Notice of proposed or approved project. § 67-23— Board actions after hearing. § 67-24— Authority to amend, cancel or confirm special assessment. § 67-25— Reduction of assessment; refunds. § 67-26— Appealed assessments payable when due. § 67-27— Lien on property. § 67-29— General provisions. § 67-30— Special assessment B bonds. § 115-9— Assessor. § 144-7— Destruction of records. § 168-7— General powers. § 212-4— Late fees. § 250-11— Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 293-31— Applicability; conditions for continued use. § 293-33— Flood-fringe areas. § 293-35— Zoning administrator. 293-44{61}— Definitions and word usage. § 303-5— Outdoor woodburning furnaces. § 335-3— Village jurisdiction over juveniles. § 335-4— Truancy. § 347-1— Licensees required to pay local taxes, assessments and claims. § 381-10— Recovery of abatement costs. § 410-1— Destruction of noxious weeds. § 410-2— Natural lawns. § 410-3— Length of lawns, grasses and noxious weeds. § 450-7— Performance standards. § 450-8— Permit procedure. § 450-13— Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 460-13— Land divisions and consolidations by certified survey map. § 460-17— Technical requirements for final plats. § 460-19— General provisions. § 460-20— Contract required; surety; monuments. § 460-35— Acceptance of improvements and dedications. § 460-49— Administrative and other fees. § 460-50— Impact fees. § 476-5— Assessment of abatement costs. § 476-6— Planting. § 495-2— Administrative Code provisions adopted; vehicle equipment. § 495-20— Winter parking. § 495-33— Violations and penalties. § 495-34— Enforcement. § 510-1— Compulsory connection to Village sewer and water system. § 510-34— Water and sewer main extension rules. § 510-36— Private wells. § 510-40— Use of municipal sewers required. § 510-46— Building sewers and connections. § 510-50— Violations and penalties. § 525-34— Existing nonconforming uses. § 525-52— Dangerous and abandoned signs. § 525-75— Temporary swimming pools. § A550-11— Annexation — August 9, 2005 § DT-1— Derivation Table of 1996 Code to 2011 Code