Plan Commission


  • 7 p.m.
  • Second and fourth Monday of each month
  • Monona Public Library
    Municipal Room (lower level)
    1000 Nichols Road
    Monona, WI 53716
Any application materials and plans should be submitted to the Planning Department at least two weeks before the Plan Commission meeting at which the applicant would like to appear. Please note that for agenda items that have noticing requirements this will extend to four weeks. Please contact the Planning Department for more information. To review recent proposals reviewed by the Plan Commission please view the Development Plans page.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Meeting Deadlines

If you would like to be on an agenda of an upcoming Plan Commission meeting, see the application deadline table below and contact City Staff:

Plan Commission Meeting Date No Public Noticing Requirement  Public Noticing Requirement
July 25, 2022  July 11, 2022 June 27, 2022 
August 22, 2022 August 8, 2022 July 25, 2022
 September 12, 2022 August 22, 2022  August 8, 2022
September 26, 2022  September 12, 2022  August 22, 2022
October 10, 2022  September 26, 2022 September 12, 2022 
 October 24, 2022 October 10, 2022  September 26, 2022
 November 14, 2022 October 31, 2022   October 17, 2022
 November 28, 2022 November 14, 2022  October 31, 2022 
 December 12, 2022 November 28, 2022  November 14, 2022 


  • Nancy Moore, Chair, Alderperson
  • Brian Holmquist, Alderperson
  • Susan Fox, Citizen Member
  • Coreen Fallat, Citizen Member
  • Chris Homburg, Citizen Member
  • Robert Stein, Citizen Member
  • Christopher Conrad, Citizen Member
  • Brandon Gries, Citizen Member
  • Douglas Plowman - City Planner (Ex-Officio Non-Voting Member)

Responsibilities & Services

The commission wrote a Comprehensive Plan for the City of Monona, which the City Council adopted in April of 2004. The Comprehensive Plan includes elements on housing, transportation, utilities and community facilities, natural and cultural resources, economic development, intergovernmental cooperation, land use, and plan implementation. An updated Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2016, replacing the 2004 Plan in its entirety. 

The commission also reviews applications for zoning permits for all districts except the single-family residence district and the two-family residence district. The commission shall grant or deny such applications, and shall direct the zoning administrator to issue or refuse to issue zoning permits under the city's Zoning Code.

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