scup_pic024aa196a1-05b9-456c-8109-def248cd26d1largerIf a Conditional Use permit is required for your business, you will need to submit an Application for a Conditional Use Form to the Plan Commission. The Town Clerk or Zoning Administrator/Planner can help you navigate this process and to determine if a Conditional Use Permit is required. The cost of Conditional Use Permit is $400 for new or $200 for an amendment to an existing permit. The Town will need copies of this application form, corresponding application fee and all supporting documents prior to the process moving forward. After all materials have been submitted, notices will be published and mailed for a public hearing and Plan Commission meeting per Wisconsin State Statutes. If the Plan Commission chooses to approve your application, your application will then be recommended to the Town Board. The Board has final approval over all Conditional Use Permits.  The Plan Commission and/or Board may place conditions on your permitted use in order to ensure that all requirements of Town Code are adhered to and any potential nuisance may be avoided. This process can take as little as six (6) weeks if materials are submitted quickly and completely. All materials must be received in the Town Clerk’s office four (4) weeks before the Plan Commission meeting which is held every second Wednesday of the Month at 4:15 p.m. Once approved, any conditions of this permitted use must be met and the document will be recorded with the register of deeds.