Results from our recent
Land Use Goals & Objectives Survey indicate that Dane County community representatives largely agree on the draft land use goals and objectives prepared for CARPC's
Regional Development Plan update.
UW-Madison's Water Resources Management program summarizes a project to assess land use impacts and promote community engagement in the
Waubesa Wetlands watershed. The report provides recommendations based on findings from ecosystem services assessments, water quality monitoring, modeling, and community engagement activities.
One of CARPC's 2020 community assistance projects will be providing support to the
Village of Mazomanie's comprehensive plan update in partnership with CCL Consulting. The update process began this week with the launch of a community survey mailed to Village residents and property owners.
Is your community planning an activity or initiative that could benefit from CARPC support? Take a look at our
Community Planning Assistance Menu for more information on our planning, event support, mapping, data, and other services.
In the summer of 1970, the Dane County RPC employed five UW-Madison students to conduct an inventory of all land uses in the county. A half century later, an online web map ofthe resulting 1970s Land Use Survey has been added to the CARPC Open Data Portal. Click below to see how things have changed over the last 50 years.