New Town of Wheaton Board Supervisor: The Town of Wheaton Board Supervisor opening has been filled by Carolyn Kaiser.  Here is a little bit about Supervisor Kaiser. Has lived in the Town of Wheaton for 15 years. Upon retiring, after working ‘shifts’ she had the ability to become active with constituency for local passions. For past seven years she has attended and spoke at numerous Chippewa County Board, Chippewa County Land and Forest Management, Wheaton Town Board, and Wheaton Plan Commission meetings.  Focused on a better tomorrow; we accomplish that by looking at the community as a whole, providing them with hygienic water, clean air, safe infrastructure, and allowing them a voice. County committees and Township commissions which have allowed her a voice include:  Being a citizen member of Criminal Justice and Collaborating Council when employed.  Since retirement she currently serves as a citizen member on the County Board of Adjustment. Currently is active in the Chippewa County Land Conservation and Forest Management AD Hoc committee for clean water in bringing a community well to the Town of Wheaton so that safe water is available for all. While living in the Town of Wheaton she served as a poll worker for approximately 10 years and since June 2021 has served as Secretary of Wheaton Plan Commission.   She feels it is important for children to have buy in to their community, make them part of the solution. Her goals include:  listen, ask questions, be proactice in plans that benefit the community, Recognize that it is a team that can accomplish positive decisions for a productive future. Please welcome Supervisor Kaiser to the Wheaton Town Board.  Thank you to all candidates that expressed interest in this opening.


Comprehensive Plan

What is Comprehensive Plan? 

According to Wisconsin Statute, the Comprehensive Plan shall be made with
the general purpose of guiding and accomplishing a coordinated, adjusted,
and harmonious development of the community. In accordance with existing and future needs, the Comprehensive Plan will promote public health, safety, and the general welfare of the entire community. The Planning Law requires zoning, official mapping, and subdivision regulations be consistent with a Comprehensive Plan


When is Comprehensive Plan updated?

The township is required by law to review/update the entire comprehensive plan every 10 years.


Current Comprehensive Plan for 2021 - 2041 - Adopted May 11, 2021


Current Comprehensive Plan Implementation Schedule


City of Eau Claire Sewer Service Area Plan


Do you have Comprehensive Plan feedback?

Email Wheaton Plan Commission Chair at


Archived Documents

Below are links to archived past comprehensive plan documents for historical purposes.

Past Comprehensive Plan for 2010 - 2020

Comprehensive  Plan Public Opinion Survey 2019