An interactive zoning map is available on the Zoning Hub located on the top right bar of the Village home page. Contact Planning and Zoning Services with questions at 262-250-4735.
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All new businesses are required to complete a Zoning Compliance and Occupancy Permit for review and approval by the Village Planner. Permit applications are available for pick up in person at Village Hall, are available on the Village Website under Forms and Applications, as well as on the ZoningHub, and can be emailed to applicants upon request.
Please see the interactive zoning map on the Zoning Hub for specific zoning information on any property in the Village. The Zoning Hub provides information on zoning, permitted uses and setback information for properties with the Village. Any questions should be directed to Planning and Zoning Services at 262-250-4735.
If you have a question or concern about private property maintenance, contact Planning and Zoning Services with your issue. Staff will then determine if there is a violation and what action should be taken. Please note that there are only specific circumstances where the Village will intervene when it comes to the maintenance of private property. These instances include, but are not limited to: noxious weeds as defined by Village Ordinance, grass that is 12 inches or more in height, and/or the private property poses a danger to adjacent properties, property owners, and/or the public (EX: large damaged tree limb hanging over sidewalk).
A Flood Plain overlay can be found on the interactive Zoning Map or by on our website here: http://www.village.germantown.wi.us/392/Floodplain-Zoning-and-Maps. The Community Development Department should be contacted directly for questions regarding floodplain and wetlands at 262-250-4735.
Information about ongoing development projects can be found online here. You can also stop in and see the documents in-person Monday through Friday 8am-4:00pm at the Planning and Zoning Counter. For general questions, you may call 262-250-4735. The upcoming Zoning Hub will also provide information about development projects, as well as ways to sign up for updates to areas of interest.
The Village rarely gets involved with private property disputes. Most issues will need to be resolved privately between the property owners. The Village will only become involved if a property owner is actively violating Village Ordinances and Zoning Code.