Village of Balsam Lake, WI
Polk County
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Parent and guardian responsibilities
Park and Recreation Committee
Parking
§ 1-18 — Ordinances saved from repeal. § 95-5 — Standing committees. § 104-7 — Harboring certain animals prohibited. § 140-1 — Curfew established; exceptions. § 147-7 — Prohibited practices; disclosure requirements. § 153-2 — Permit required. § 153-3 — Location, design and construction requirements. § 167-2 — Permits. § 170-22 — General development standards. § 170-31 — Permitted uses. § 170-42 — Standards for development in flood-fringe areas. § 170-61 — Floodway areas. 170-91B{17} — Word usage; definitions. 170-91B{18} — Word usage; definitions. 170-91B{42} — Word usage; definitions. § 180-15 — Consumption; possession of open containers. § 180-16 — Parks. Ch 194 — Licenses and Permits § 200-6 — Loitering in public places. Ch 210 — Mobile Homes and Mobile Home Parks § 210-2 — Parking fee. § 210-3 — Licenses and fees. § 221-2 — Operation of motor vehicles. § 227-5 — Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. Ch 235 — Parks and Recreation § 235-1 — Park regulations. § 235-2 — Radio-controlled model airplanes. § 235-3 — Turf protection on public property. § 235-4 — Park hours. § 240-3 — Throwing or shooting of arrows, stones and other missiles. § 240-6 — Littering; animal feces. § 240-7 — Damage to property. Ch 247 Art III — Recreational Vehicle Storage and Parking § 247-6 — Parking restrictions. § 247-7 — Permitted parking. § 247-8 — Conditional use permit. § 247-12 — Yard waste and snow removal restrictions. 247-15{6} — Definitions. § 260-3 — Location restricted. Ch 272 — Subdivision of Land § 272-14 — Public recreation and open spaces. § 286-5 — Parking restrictions; abandoned vehicles. § 286-6 — Disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle. § 286-8 — Snowmobiles. § 286-9 — All-terrain vehicles. § 286-10.1 — Unauthorized operation of motor vehicles on public or private property. 286-10.1B{2} — Unauthorized operation of motor vehicles on public or private property. Ch 293 — Water and Sewers Ch 300 — Zoning § 300-6 — Village Residential (VR). § 300-7 — Waterfront Development (WD). § 300-8 — Rural Development (RD). § 300-9 — Village Center Commercial (VCC). § 300-10 — Residential-Scale Commercial (RSC). § 300-11 — Highway Commercial (HC). § 300-12 — Industrial (I). § 300-13 — Conservancy (C). § 300-13.1 — Groundwater Protection Overlay District. § 300-15 — Parking requirements. § 300-16 — Loading requirements. § 300-17 — Outdoor storage. § 300-20 — Accessory buildings, structures and uses. § 300-22 — Sign requirements. § 300-24 — Conditional uses and structures. § 300-26 — Cluster development standards. § 300-27 — Mobile home park standards. § 300-27.1 — Manufactured homes. § 300-28 — Standards for other specific uses. § 300-30 — Zoning permits for permitted uses. § 300-31 — Zoning permits for conditional uses. § 300-32 — Appeals and variances. 300-36{31} — Definitions. 300-36{50} — Definitions. 300-36{55} — Definitions. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Parks
§ 1-18 — Ordinances saved from repeal. § 95-5 — Standing committees. § 104-7 — Harboring certain animals prohibited. § 140-1 — Curfew established; exceptions. § 147-7 — Prohibited practices; disclosure requirements. § 153-2 — Permit required. § 153-3 — Location, design and construction requirements. § 167-2 — Permits. § 170-22 — General development standards. § 170-31 — Permitted uses. § 170-42 — Standards for development in flood-fringe areas. § 170-61 — Floodway areas. 170-91B{17} — Word usage; definitions. 170-91B{18} — Word usage; definitions. 170-91B{42} — Word usage; definitions. § 180-15 — Consumption; possession of open containers. § 180-16 — Parks. Ch 194 — Licenses and Permits § 200-6 — Loitering in public places. Ch 210 — Mobile Homes and Mobile Home Parks § 210-2 — Parking fee. § 210-3 — Licenses and fees. § 221-2 — Operation of motor vehicles. § 227-5 — Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. Ch 235 — Parks and Recreation § 235-1 — Park regulations. § 235-2 — Radio-controlled model airplanes. § 235-3 — Turf protection on public property. § 235-4 — Park hours. § 240-3 — Throwing or shooting of arrows, stones and other missiles. § 240-6 — Littering; animal feces. § 240-7 — Damage to property. Ch 247 Art III — Recreational Vehicle Storage and Parking § 247-6 — Parking restrictions. § 247-7 — Permitted parking. § 247-8 — Conditional use permit. § 247-12 — Yard waste and snow removal restrictions. 247-15{6} — Definitions. § 260-3 — Location restricted. Ch 272 — Subdivision of Land § 272-14 — Public recreation and open spaces. § 286-5 — Parking restrictions; abandoned vehicles. § 286-6 — Disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle. § 286-8 — Snowmobiles. § 286-9 — All-terrain vehicles. § 286-10.1 — Unauthorized operation of motor vehicles on public or private property. 286-10.1B{2} — Unauthorized operation of motor vehicles on public or private property. Ch 293 — Water and Sewers Ch 300 — Zoning § 300-6 — Village Residential (VR). § 300-7 — Waterfront Development (WD). § 300-8 — Rural Development (RD). § 300-9 — Village Center Commercial (VCC). § 300-10 — Residential-Scale Commercial (RSC). § 300-11 — Highway Commercial (HC). § 300-12 — Industrial (I). § 300-13 — Conservancy (C). § 300-13.1 — Groundwater Protection Overlay District. § 300-15 — Parking requirements. § 300-16 — Loading requirements. § 300-17 — Outdoor storage. § 300-20 — Accessory buildings, structures and uses. § 300-22 — Sign requirements. § 300-24 — Conditional uses and structures. § 300-26 — Cluster development standards. § 300-27 — Mobile home park standards. § 300-27.1 — Manufactured homes. § 300-28 — Standards for other specific uses. § 300-30 — Zoning permits for permitted uses. § 300-31 — Zoning permits for conditional uses. § 300-32 — Appeals and variances. 300-36{31} — Definitions. 300-36{50} — Definitions. 300-36{55} — Definitions. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Parks and Recreation Committee