A comprehensive plan is a local government's guide to community physical, social and economic development. Comprehensive plans are not meant to serve as land use regulations in themselves; instead, they provide a rational basis for local land use decisions with a vision for future planning and community decisions. The Sauk Prairie Comprehensive Plan was adopted by the Villages of Sauk City and Prairie du Sac, as well as, the Town of Prairie du Sac. This includes the Highway 12/PF/Airport Area Plan.
The Village Boards of the Villages of Praire du Sac and Sauk City and the Town Board for the Town of Prairie du Sac entered into an "Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement", which establishes boundary lines and land use matters affecting these municipalities. The agreement implements various provisions of the Comprehensive Plan adopted by the foregoing municipalities on November 16, 2005. The agreement establishes a common boundary line between the Villages, as well as establishes areas which can and cannot be annexed from the Town to the respective Village.
In general, the Plan Commission advises the Village Board on comprehensive planning and land use issues and may make related decisions that are delegated to them by the Village Board. A primary role of the Commission is to prepare and assist the Village Board in implementation of the Sauk Prairie Comprehensive Plan. Below are links to specific Village/Town guidelines and requirements.