Boards & Commissions
There are several boards, commissions, and committees that exist in the Village of Cross Plains either by requirement through Wisconsin Statutes or by design as enacted by the Village Board. The Village Board is the main decision maker for the Village, but does have several other commissions and committees that are used to assist the board in its governance of various issues.
Special Commissions & Committees
The Village President, may, from time-to-time, and, subject to the approval of the Village Board, appoint such Special Commissions and Committees as is deemed advisable to further the legitimate business of the Village. The appointment of a Special Commission or Committee shall state the number of members and the object of duties to be performed by the Special Commission or Committee.
All Special Commissioner Committees shall cease to exist upon completion of this designated task or deadline established by the Village Board. Please note the following Special Commissions and Committees:
- Main Street Hardscape Committee
View more information about the boards, commissions, and committees for the Village of Cross Plains:
The Joint Review Board is required to meet annually to review the municipality’s annual report that describes that status of each existing TID in the municipality and is also required to undertake any other dates of a Joint Review Board applicable to an open TID.
Find information about the Parks / Recreation Committee.
Get more information on the services of the Plan Commission.
Learn more about the Police Commission and the services they offer to the Village Board.
The Public Safety Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Village Board regarding matters related to the Police Department, Emergency Management, and other matters referred for consideration by the Village Board.
Find out about what the Zoning Board of Appeals duties and responsibilities are.