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      1. The maximum setback shall be 350 feet from the right-of-way for all structures and dwellings.




      1. The minimum side yard setback shall be 15 feet for all dwellings and attached garages.




      1. The minimum side yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 15 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet.




      1. The minimum rear yard setback shall be 25 feet for all dwellings and attached garages.




      1. The minimum rear yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 25 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet.




      1. The minimum setback for riparian lots shall be 100 feet; riparian lot setbacks shall comply with applicable county ordinance and state law.




    1. Standards for Garages and Accessory Structures. The following standards shall apply in the R Residential District:




      1. The maximum floor area for a garage attached to a dwelling shall not exceed 1,100 square feet.




      1. The cumulative maximum floor area for all detached garages and accessory structures shall not exceed 1,100 square feet for the first one acre or portion thereof, plus 600 square feet for each additional full one acre and a portion of 600 square feet per one acre ratio for each additional partial acre with a cumulative maximum floor area of 3,500 square feet.




    1. Maximum Height. The maximum height for all structures and dwellings, excepting personal wind turbines, shall not exceed 35 feet measured from the average elevation of the finished grade at the building face abutting a road. Personal wind turbines shall conform in all respects with ch. PSC 128, Wis. Adm. Code.




    1. Sanitary Sewers and Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems. The following shall apply in the R Residential District:




      1. Where soil conditions are such as to require larger lot sizes for subdivisions of land under the provisions of ch. SPS 383, Wis. Adm. Code and/or ch. SPS 385, Wis. Adm. Code or subsequent state regulations, or the Sanitary and Private Sewage System Ordinance of Fond du Lac County, then such larger lot sizes shall be considered as required by this Chapter.




      1. The Building Permit Officer shall require a sanitary permit issued by the County Sanitarian under the County Sanitary Ordinance prior to issuing a Town Building permit.




    1. Mobile Homes. The following shall apply to mobile homes in the R Residential District. Whenever a mobile home, existing at the time of the adoption of this Chapter, is removed from any premises, another mobile home permit shall not be issued to another mobile home on that premises or to any person owning, occupying or having under his control such mobile home on its premises.




    1. TRD Transitional Residential District.




    1. Purpose. The TRD Transitional Residential District is intended to serve as a buffer between the more densely developed unincorporated village of Eldorado area and the less densely developed Eldorado State Wildlife Area and surrounding rural land uses. Residential development within the TRD Transitional Residential District will occur exclusively through conservation design for subdivision plats and individual parcels created through a certified survey map (CSM).




    1. Permitted Uses. The following uses are permitted in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




      1. Any use identified as permitted in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(2) Permitted Uses of this Chapter.




    1. Permitted Accessory Uses. The following accessory uses are permitted in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




      1. Any accessory use identified as permitted in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(3) Permitted Accessory Uses of this Chapter.




    1. Permitted Accessory Structures. No more than three accessory structures are permitted within the TRD Transitional Residential District. The following accessory structures are permitted in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




      1. Any accessory structures permitted in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(4) Permitted Accessory Structures of this Chapter.




  1. Conditional Uses. The following uses may be conditionally approved in the TRD Transitional Residential District in accordance with sec. 17.51 Conditional Uses of this Chapter:




      1. Any use identified as conditional in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(5) Conditional Uses of this Chapter.




  1. Conditional Accessory Uses. The following accessory uses may be conditionally approved in the TRD Transitional Residential District in accordance with sec. 17.51 Conditional Uses of this Chapter:




      1. Any accessory uses identified as conditional in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(6) Conditional Accessory Uses of this Chapter.




  1. Regulations and Standards. The following regulations and standards shall apply to all dwellings in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




  1. Occupancy. Residential occupancy per dwelling unit shall be limited to one family and not more than four roomers.




  1. Location. Dwellings shall be located so as to abut a public road.




  1. Ground Floor Area. The minimum ground floor area per dwelling unit shall be 800 square feet.




  1. Off-Street Parking Space.




    1. Each dwelling unit shall be provided with a minimum of 600 square feet of off-street parking located on the same lot or tract of land as the dwelling served.

    2. Such off-street parking spaces shall be located no less than 10 feet from any front lot line and shall be located no less than 5 feet from any side or rear lot line.




  1. Preserved Open Space. A minimum of 40% of each new parcel created through a Certified Survey Map (CSM) and a minimum of 40% of the gross tract area of any subdivision created through a plat shall be permanently preserved as open space as defined in Chapter 18: Land Division and Subdivision Regulations of the Eldorado Town Code.




  1. Dimensions of Building Sites for Unsewered One and Two-Family Dwellings. The following dimensions shall apply in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




  1. The minimum lot size shall be one half acre (21,780 square feet).




  1. The minimum frontage shall be 50 feet in a conservation subdivision and 150 feet in a conservation CSM.




  1. There shall be no minimum lot width at the minimum road setback (or “build line”) in a conservation subdivision and the build line shall be 150 feet in a conservation CSM.




  1. Setbacks. The following setbacks shall apply in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




  1. The minimum road setback (or “front yard”) is as provided generally in sec. 17.50 Highway and Riparian Setback Requirements of this Chapter and more specifically, as the greater of 100 feet from the centerline or 65 feet from the right-of-way in a conservation CSM. Within platted subdivisions, the minimum road setback is 30 feet from the right-of-way line as shown on the recorded subdivision plat. All setbacks from County, State, and Federal Highways shall comply with the appropriate County and State setback requirements.




  1. The maximum setback shall be 350 feet from the right-of-way for all structures and dwellings.




  1. The minimum side yard setback shall be 15 feet for all dwellings and attached garages.




  1. The minimum side yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 15 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet.




  1. The minimum rear yard setback shall be 25 feet for all dwellings and attached garages.




  1. The minimum rear yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 25 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet.




  1. The minimum setback for riparian lots shall be 100 feet; riparian lot setbacks shall comply with applicable county ordinance and state law.




  1. Standards for Garages and Accessory Structures. The following standards shall apply in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




  1. The maximum floor area for a garage attached to a dwelling shall not exceed 1,100 square feet.




  1. The cumulative maximum floor area for all detached garages and accessory structures shall not exceed 1,100 square feet for the first one acre or portion thereof, plus 600 square feet for each additional full one acre and a portion of 600 square feet per one acre ratio for each additional partial acre with a cumulative maximum floor area of 3,500 square feet.




  1. Maximum Height. The maximum height for all structures and dwellings, excepting personal wind turbines, shall not exceed 35 feet measured from the average elevation of the finished grade at the building face, abutting a road. Personal wind turbines shall conform in all respects with ch. PSC 128, Wis. Adm. Code.




  1. Sanitary Sewers and Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems. The following shall apply in the TRD Transitional Residential District:




  1. Where soil conditions are such as to require larger lot sizes for subdivisions of land under the provisions of ch. SPS 383, Wis. Adm. Code and/or ch. SPS 385, Wis. Adm. Code or subsequent state regulations, or the Sanitary and Private Sewage System Ordinance of Fond du Lac County, then such larger lot sizes shall be considered as required by this Chapter.




  1. The Building Permit Officer shall require a sanitary permit issued by the County Sanitarian under the County Sanitary Ordinance prior to issuing a Town Building permit.




    1. RD Rural District.




    1. Purpose. The purpose of the RD Rural District is to provide areas for mixed agricultural and residential uses and hobby farm operations. This district is generally composed of lands which are currently developed or used for non-agricultural purposes or which because of location, soils, existing development, ownership patterns or other physical characteristics are not highly suited to productive long-term crop uses.




    1. Permitted Uses. The following uses are permitted within the RD Rural District:




  1. Permitted principal agricultural uses in the A-2 General Agricultural District, sec. 17.34(2)(a) of this Chapter.




  1. One-family dwellings.




  1. Two-family dwellings.




  1. Manufactured homes, subject to the requirements of sec. 17.17 Manufactured Homes of this Chapter.




  1. Hobby farms and farm homes remaining from any farm consolidation.




  1. Public parks and playgrounds.




  1. Public and semi-public non-profit institutional uses including churches, schools, libraries and uses of a similar nature.




  1. Conversion of an existing structure or dwelling to a permitted use.




  1. Home occupations.




    1. Permitted Accessory Uses. The following accessory uses are considered permitted within the RD Rural District:




  1. Accessory uses identified as permitted in the A-2 General Agricultural District, sec. 17.34(3) of this Chapter.




  1. Accessory uses identified as permitted in the R Residential District, sec. 17.30(3) of this Chapter.




    1. Permitted Accessory Structures. The following accessory structures are permitted in the RD Rural District:




      1. Any accessory structure identified as permitted in the A-2 General Agricultural District, sec. 17.34(4) of this Chapter.




    1. Conditional Uses. The following uses may be conditionally approved in the RD Rural District in accordance with sec. 17.51 Conditional Uses of this Chapter:




  1. Maximum of one animal unit per acre.




  1. Home-based businesses.




  1. Bed and breakfast establishments.




    1. Regulations and Standards. The following regulations and standards shall apply to all dwellings in the RD Rural District:




  1. Occupancy. Residential occupancy per dwelling unit shall be limited to one family and not more than four roomers.




  1. Location. Dwellings shall be located so as to about a public road.




  1. Ground Floor Area. The minimum ground floor area per dwelling unit shall be 800 square feet.




  1. Off-Street Parking Space.




    1. Each dwelling unit shall be provided with a minimum of 600 square feet of off-street parking located on the same lot or tract of land as the dwelling served.

    2. Such off-street parking spaces shall be located no less than 10 feet from any front lot line and shall be located no less than five feet from any side or rear lot line.

    3. Each lot or tract of land as the dwelling served shall provide sufficient area so that vehicles may re-enter the public road in a forward direction.




    1. Dimensions of Building Sites for Unsewered One and Two-Family Dwellings. The following dimensions shall apply in the RD Rural District:




  1. The minimum lot size shall be 1.5 acres (65,340 square feet).




    1. For lots where livestock will be kept the minimum lot size is five acres.




  1. The minimum frontage shall be 200 feet.




  1. The minimum lot width shall be 200 feet at the minimum road setback (or “build line”).




    1. Setbacks. The following setbacks shall apply in the RD Rural District:




  1. The minimum road setback (or “front yard”) is as provided generally in sec. 17.50 Highway and Riparian Setback Requirements of this Chapter and more specifically as the greater of 100 feet from the centerline of the road or 65 feet from the right of way line. All setbacks from County, State, and Federal Highways shall comply with the appropriate County and State setback requirements.




  1. The maximum setback shall be 350 feet from the right-of-way for all structures and dwellings.




  1. The minimum side yard setback shall be 25 feet for all dwellings and attached garages.




  1. The minimum side yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 25 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet.




  1. The minimum rear yard setback shall be 25 feet for lots less than five acres and 40 feet for lots greater than or equal to five acres for all dwellings and attached garages.




  1. The minimum rear yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 25 feet for the first 1,100 square feet plus 10 feet for each additional 1 to 600 square feet for lots less than five acres.




  1. The minimum rear yard setback for all detached garages and accessory structures shall be 40 feet for lots greater than or equal to five acres.




  1. The minimum setback for riparian lots shall be 100 feet; riparian lot setbacks shall comply with applicable county ordinance and state law.




    1. Standards for Garages and Accessory Structures. The following standards shall apply in the RD Rural District:




  1. The maximum floor area for a garage attached to a dwelling shall not exceed 1,500 square feet.




  1. The cumulative maximum floor area for all detached garages and accessory structures shall not exceed 1,100 square feet for the first one acre or portion thereof, plus 600 square feet for each additional full one acre and a portion of 600 square feet per one acre ratio for each additional partial acre with a cumulative maximum floor area of 3,500 square feet.




    1. Maximum Height. The maximum height for all structures and dwellings, excepting personal wind turbines, shall not exceed 35 feet measured from the average elevation of the finished grade at the building face abutting a road. Personal wind turbines shall conform in all respects with ch. PSC 128, Wis. Adm. Code.




    1. Sanitary Sewers and Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems. The following shall apply in the RD Rural District:




  1. Where soil conditions are such as to require larger lot sizes for subdivisions of land under the provisions of ch. SPS 383, Wis. Adm. Code and/or ch. SPS 385, Wis. Adm. Code or subsequent state regulations, or the Sanitary and Private Sewage System Ordinance of Fond du Lac County, then such larger lot sizes shall be considered as required by this Chapter.




  1. The Building Permit Officer shall require a sanitary permit issued by the County Sanitarian under the County Sanitary Ordinance prior to issuing a Town Building permit.




    1. Mobile Homes. The following shall apply to mobile homes in the RD Rural District. Whenever a mobile home, existing at the time of the adoption of this Chapter, is removed from any premises, another mobile home permit shall not be issued to another mobile home on that premises or to any person owning, occupying or having under his control such mobile home on its premises.




    1. A-1 Farmland Preservation District.




    1. Purpose. The purpose of the A-1 Farmland Preservation District is to:




      1. Preserve productive agricultural land for food and fiber production.




      1. Preserve productive farms by preventing land use conflicts between incompatible uses and controlling public service costs.




      1. To maintain a viable agricultural base to support agricultural processing and service industries.




      1. To prevent conflicts between incompatible uses.




      1. To reduce costs of providing services to scattered non-farm uses.




      1. To pace and shape growth.




      1. To implement the provisions of the county agricultural plan as adopted and revised.




      1. To comply with the provisions of the Working Lands Program to permit eligible landowners to receive tax credits under the appropriate sections of the law.




      1. To implement the Town of Eldorado Comprehensive Plan.




    1. Permitted Uses. The following uses are permitted within the A-1 Farmland Preservation District:




    1. Agricultural uses.




    1. Agricultural Accessory Uses, except for those agricultural accessory uses requiring a conditional use permit under sec. 17.33(4). This includes the following uses:
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