Zoning Code Portal | Sample Documents

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The Village of East Troy has compiled templates of various documents that may be required or needed as part of the land development process in the Village. The documents posted below are the ones that are currently available. You are free to use these model documents as you deem appropriate and are offered without warranty.

These documents may be periodically revised as laws and circumstances change. You may therefore want to contact the Village Clerk to confirm whether a model you want to use is the most current version.

Posted documents may include model agreements (i.e., legally-binding contracts) between two or more parties. Some of these agreements are between adjoining property owners for example, while others may involve the Village.

Agreements Involving the Village
If an agreement is between a property owner and the Village, the template provides the most current model the Village deems acceptable. In this regard, the property owner must draft the agreement and submit it to the Village for review. If you are drafting the agreement, you may modify the terms of a model in order to meet your specific needs. Please understand, however, that if you do not use the terms shown in a model, the municipal attorney will then have to spend more time reviewing the document you submit to ensure all aspects of the agreement are acceptable to the Village. Finally, please recognize that the Village may not enter into an agreement that does not comply with the minimum requirements established by the Village.


Encroachment Agreement

This agreement between adjoining property owners allows the continuation of an encroachment (e.g., my fence, or other structure, is actually on my neighbor's property).
Last updated: September 19, 2016

Public Safety Verification Letter

As more fully described in the zoning code, new development in the floodplain must meet various development standards. One of those standards require what is called dryland access (from outside of the floodplain to the parcel). If dryland access is not available, then the local emergency responders can sign off on a letter verifying that they will be able to provide emergency services to the parcel during a flood event.
Last updated: September 6, 2016

Stormwater Management Agreement for a Single Parcel

Use this sample when you need to submit a stormwater management maintenance agreement. It describes what kind of maintenance is needed to keep a stormwater facility in good working order and who is responsible for doing the work.
Last updated: December 19, 2016