Proposed Zoning District Changes
Dane County is updating their decades old Chapter 10 zoning ordinances.
The Town of Rutland has scheduled a
Public Informational Meeting
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Rutland Town Hall, 785 Center Road, Stoughton, WI 53589
Dane County staff will briefly present an overview of the new Zoning model and be available to answer questions.
For more information, please contact:
Majid Allan, Dane County Senior Planner
Phone: (608) 267-2536
For the most part, the new zoning assignment for your property will result in no changes or impacts. A few zoning categories have been changed to match the Land Use plan adopted by the Town. We do need to do our part to make sure our new zoning categories are accurate and appropriate though.
View Information on the proposed new zoning ordinance (opens a new browser tab)
The County has a very good interactive map that you can scroll through and zoom into your property to see your current zoning and proposed zoning. The Interactive mapping tool allows landowners to view the current and proposed zoning for any parcel, with links to the zoning fact sheets. You can zoom to your location, or click the magnifying glass in the upper right corner and enter your address. You can switch to aerial photo mode by clicking the icon in the lower right corner. Clicking in the parcel brings up a window with links to current and proposed zoning district fact sheets, and detailed parcel information.
Use the Interactive mapping tool (opens a new browser tab)
Once you have found your property a good place to start is clicking on your "Existing Zoning District" which will bring up the fact sheet. You can then click "Proposed Zoning District" to see the detail sheet for your proposed zoning category.
Knowing your current and proposed zoning you can use the fact sheets to compare Permitted Uses, Conditional Uses, Lot and Building Requirements, etc.
View the CURRENT Zoning District Fact Sheets. (opens a new browser tab)
View the PROPOSED Zoning District Fact Sheets. (opens a new browser tab)
Thank you for your patience while we move through this update. It's important that we all work together to make sure this is correct.