Village of Caledonia 6922 Nicholson Road, Caledonia, WI 53108

Land Parcel

Land Use Plan

The Village of Caledonia, WI, located in the rapidly growing region between Milwaukee and Chicago, working with PDI (Planning and Design Institute) created a comprehensive land use plan to prepare the community for orderly growth.

Village of Caledonia Land Use Plan Details

Incorporation

While preparing the plan, Caledonia created a successful incorporation strategy which changed the community's status from Wisconsin's largest Town to the State's newest Village.

Neighborhood Plans

The plan is highly detailed, and includes a series of individual plans tailored to the specific needs of eight separate neighborhoods. The overall plan is designed to preserve the area's natural amenities and rural character, while responding to development along the I-94 corridor.

Economic Development 

Special consideration was given to the potential for Tax Incremental Finance (TIF) projects and the creation of a Community Development Authority (CDA).

Public Participation

To ensure that the needs of the Caledonia neighborhoods were met, the planning process involved a community-wide survey, 27 open house meetings (at least three in each neighborhood), and the formation of neighborhood workgroups composed of residents, plan commissioners, and Caledonia board members. In each neighborhood, citizens identified their visual preferences for road views, house designs, commercial building designs, signage, landscaping, and other aspects of the Village's appearance.

 

Caledonia Neighborhood Plan Map

Caledonia Neighborhood Plan Map

Select below for information about each neighborhood

W2aW2b

W2 - I94 Neighborhood

The W2 neighborhood is generally bounded by the northern village border to the north, County Trunk Highway "V" to the east, the southern village border to the south, and Interstate 94 to the west

R-1

R1 - Rural Area Neighborhood

The R1 neighborhood is generally bounded by Seven Mile Road to th enorth, State Trunk Highway 38 to the east, the Sanitary Sewer Service Area to the south, and County Trunk Highway "V" to the west

C5

C5 - Country Lots Neighborhood

The C5 neighborhood is generally bounded by the northern village border to the north, the Sanitary Sewer Service Area to the east, Four Mile Road to the south, and the State highway 38 to the west

C3

C3 - Tabor Woods Neighborhood

The C3 neighborhood is generally bounded by Seven Mile Road to the north, State Highway 32 to the east, the Root River corridor to the south, and the Sanitary Sewer Service aArea to the west

W1

W1 - Franksville Neighborhood

The W1 neighborhood is generally bounded by the Sanitary Sewer Service Area to the north, State Highway 38 to the east, the southern village border to the south, and and County Trunk Highwaay "H" to the west

C4

C4 - Johnson Park Neighborhood

The C4 neighborhood is generally bounded by the Root River Corridor to the north, the Root River Corridor to the east, the southern vilage border to the south, and State Highway 38 to the west

C1-2

C1/C2 - Douglas Avenue Neighborhood

The C1/C2 neighborhood is generally bounded by Seven Mile Road to the north, State Hoghway 32 to the east, Three Mile Road to the south, and the Root River Corridor (south of Four Mile Road) to the west

E1-2

E1/E2 -East Side Neighborhood

the E1/E2 neighborhood is generally bounded by the northern vilage border to the north, Lake Michigan to the east, Three mile Road to the south, and State Highway 32 to the west