2024 Town Plan Amendment

The Town is seeking to amend its Comprehensive Plan to reinforce and clarify that existing A-3 lots may not be further subdivided (our Town Plan already does not allow this: it says we follow the 2021 County Plan, not the 2024 amendment). The county recently amended its plan to allow subdivision of A-3 lots created before 2000. For a timeline of the Town Plan amendment process, the proposed wording, and opportunities to provide feedback, click here.

Town of Concord 25th Annual Picnic

The annual picnic will be on August 11, 12-5 pm, in Dahnert Park on Concord Center Drive. This year we are celebrating our 25th picnic. Bring a dish to pass. The Town provides brats, hot dogs, beans, corn, and beverages. There will be games and more.

Update: Are Comprehensive Plans Enforceable?

The legal case requiring the county to abide by the comprehensive planning and farmland preservation laws won in the circuit court in Jefferson and is now being appealed by Jefferson County to the appellate court in Madison. 

The town of Concord is not involved in this legal appeal. This is included on the website because the outcome will impact the potential for new development in Concord: whether our comprehensive plan is followed--the plan that reflects Concord residents' wishes as expressed at meetings and on the survey. (see town plan page)

Community Center Rentals

Beverly Stendel is now coordinating use of the Community Center. For details click on Community Center, then the Community Center rental form.

If any town residents want fire wood contact Ted via text or email.

920-988-2583  muellerfarmswttn@yahoo.com 

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