Comprehensive planning is a process that determines community goals and aspirations in terms of community development. It acts as the foundation for all land use decisions, defines the community’s vision, provides guidelines for development, and establishes goals and objectives for the next several years.
In September 2001, the Town of Gibraltar started work on a comprehensive plan, in accordance with Wisconsin’s Smart Growth law, that would help guide Town planning for the next 20 years. The plan was the first comprehensive plan for the Town of Gibraltar and prepared to meet the requirements of Wisconsin’s “Smart Growth” law (1999 Wisconsin Act 9) and adopted under the authority granted by Section 66.1001 of the Wisconsin Statures. The comprehensive plan provides a specific guide as to where future conservation, growth and development should occur within the community.
Until the next update in 2024, this current plan should be consulted when the Town makes decisions concerning land use and other issues impacting the development of the Town.
Town of Gibraltar 20-Year Comprehensive Plan
Gibraltar Bike and
Similar to the Town's Comprehensive Plan, the Gibraltar Bike and Pedestrian Plan is designed to guide the development of community's shared‐use paths, determine on‐street facilities, provide design guidelines and
policies for facilities, and highlight funding opportunities related to bike and pedestrian transportation.
This plan should be updated every ten years to reflect the needs of the community and progress that has been made toward implementing the plan’s goals.
Gibraltar Bike and Pedestrian Plan
Door County Bike & Pedestrian Plan
Waterfront Master Plan
The purpose of the Plan is to identify enhancements to Fish Creek’s waterfront areas with a focus on the Town Dock, boat launches, Town Beach, and Fish Creek. It provides a blueprint for the Town of Gibraltar and its public and private partners to invest in the future.