City of Monroe, WI
Green County
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§ 6-6-1 Jurisdiction.

[4-20-1976; 2016 Code]
This chapter shall apply within the corporate limits of the city and within the unincorporated area within 1 1/2 miles beyond the corporate limits. When the city becomes a third class city this area will be three miles from the corporate limits.

§ 6-6-2 Applicability.

[4-20-1976; 1977 Code; 2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
The provisions of this chapter shall govern the following:
(A) 
The division of any parcel of land shown as a unit or as contiguous units on the last preceding tax roll, into two or not more than four parcels or building sites of five acres each or less for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of transfer of ownership; or
(B) 
The improvement of one or more parcels of land for residential or nonresidential purposes involving the division of land for the opening, widening or extension of any street, utility easement or other public way.

§ 6-6-3 Procedure.

[4-20-1976; 3-3-2015; 2016 Code]
(A) 
No person shall make or cause to be made a division of land that is governed by this chapter until he or she has obtained approval by the council, upon recommendation of the city plan commission, of a certified survey map reflecting such division.
(B) 
No lot area shall be reduced by any means so as to create a lot of less than the required size or so that the existing offsets, setbacks, open space or lot area would be reduced below that required by the regulations for the zoning district in which such lot is located.

§ 6-6-4 Certified survey map.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
The certified survey map must be delivered to the city plan commission in a form meeting all the requirements of chapter 236 of the Wisconsin statutes.

§ 6-6-5 Dedication of rights of way and easements.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
The council may, upon recommendation of the city plan commission, require the dedication of any rights of way or easements for the public ways, utilities or other purposes, before approving the certified survey map.

§ 6-6-6 Improvements.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
Where considered to be in the public interest the council, upon the recommendation of the city plan commission, may require such improvements as are reasonably necessary for sewerage disposal, lot access, local traffic circulation and drainage needs. The construction of any such improvements may be accomplished as provided in this chapter.

§ 6-6-7 Recording of certified survey map.

[2-17-1993; 2016 Code]
Upon approval of the certified survey map by the council, the owner of the land involved may record the certified survey map in the office of the register of deeds and thereupon proceed with the sale of the property.