Summaries of several ordinances and regulations are
shown below. Complete ordinances are available for public
inspection in the clerk's office.
Temporary -Rummage Sale - Sign
advised that local ordinance prohibits the placement of temporary signs
(rummage sales, etc) on public property, including Triangle Park,
utility poles and traffic or street sign poles, which are in the
right-of-way. Temporary signs are allowed on private property for a
period of 48 hours when
set back 5' from the right-of-way.
Signs placed in violation of this ordinance are subject to removal.
for your cooperation!
Building Permits & Inspections
click here to download a building permit application form.
click here to view building permit and inspection fees and
guidelines. For further information please contact:
Jane Meissner, Building Inspector & Zoning Administrator
W11954 Kitty Dell Circle
Crivitz, WI 54114
Phone: (715) 757-2040 or (715) 245-1708
click here to view the most commonly requested sections of the
zoning code. Sections shown are:
General Provisions 13-1-10 through 13-1-14
Zoning Districts 13-1-20 through 13-1-29
Traffic Visibility, Loading, Parking & Access 13-1-90 through 13-1-94
Signs & Billboards 13-1-100 through 13-1-109
Accessory Uses & Structures; Fences & Hedges 13-1-140 through 13-1-143
click here to view the official zoning map.
Sexual Offender Residency
The Crivitz Village Board passed ordinance No.
2007-07 on July 17, 2007. This ordinance prohibits registered sex
offenders from residing, either temporarily or permanently, and either
owning or renting a residence, within 2,500 feet of any school, licensed day
care center, park, trail, playground, place of worship, or any other place
designated by the village as a place where children are known to congregate.
These areas are defined as "Child Safety Zones: and are designated on a map
located in the office of the Village Clerk.
The ordinance also prohibits registered sex offenders from participating in
any holiday events involving children under 18 years of age, such as
distributing candy on Halloween, wearing a Santa Claus or Easter Bunny
costume, or other similar activities. Please look in the "Links"
section of this website for links to websites that provide information about
registered sex offenders residing in this area. Please
click here to view the full text of Ordinance No. 2007-07, which will
open in a new window.
You may burn clean wood,
brush and yard waste in piles under 10 feet in diameter between the
hours of 5:pm to Midnight (CST) or 6:pm to Midnight (DST). To do
so, a burning permit must be obtained from the Village Hall, Fuzzy's Bar
or T & B One Stop. If there is snow cover between the dates of
December 1st and March 31st, a permit is not required and hours do not
apply. Please use extreme caution when burning: burn when winds
are gentle, have fire-fighting tools ready before starting fires,
provide an adequate fire break, attend fires at all time, and be very
sure your fire is totally extinguished. Burning barrels are
Garbage Pick-up & Mandatory Recycling
Garbage is picked up on
Friday mornings of each week. Garbage must be contained in clear
plastic bags. There is no additional fee to residents for garbage
pick-up, as the cost is included in the annual tax levy. Recycling
is mandatory! The recycling site is located at the Town of
Stephenson Garage on Hall Ave. and is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays
from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Animal (Pet) Control
All dogs must be licensed.
You may obtain a license at the Village Hall by presenting a current
rabies certificate. Licenses for spayed and neutered dogs are
$5.00; and $10.00 for unspayed or unneutered dogs. The license
term is January 1 through December 31 of each year.
It is unlawful to allow
dogs or other pets to run at large in the Village of Crivitz. Even
the most well behaved pet may react dangerously when approached by a
stranger, especially in unfamiliar surroundings. You must keep
your dog or other pet confined by a leash, chain or fenced in area.
Pets found to be running at large will be captured and lodged in the
veterinary clinic for seven days prior to being destroyed. Owners
claiming pets within the seven day period will be financially
responsible for boarding and vaccination fees. Owners will also be
subject to citation and forfeiture.