Community Campus Plan
The Middleton Common Council approved funding in 2019 for a Community Campus Plan for downtown Middleton. The Community Campus Plan has six main goals:
- Identify opportunities to modernize and/or replace the City’s current public facilities in Downtown Middleton where needed and appropriate.
- Identify opportunities for more efficient utilization of land through opportunities for combined facilities, flexible spaces that can serve more than one purpose, and underground and/or shared parking opportunities.
- Ensure that municipal facility space needs are met, and can accommodate future growth of the City.
- Identify opportunities for private development or public-private partnerships. Mixed-use development is encouraged.
- Enhance downtown Middleton by creating concepts for buildings that will be visually-appealing, inviting, customer-friendly, and functional.
- Align with the City’s ambitious goals related to environmental sustainability by identifying opportunities for compact urban form, renewable energy generation, energy-efficient design, water-efficient design, and sustainable storm water management and landscaping designs.
The request for proposals was sent out in February 2019.
- Community Campus Plan - Survey Results from Stakeholder Focus Group Participants
- Community Campus Plan - Draft Space Needs Analysis
There are nine members on the Community Campus Committee:
- Common Council appointment (Kathy Olson, District 1)
- Plan Commission appointment (Jennifer Murray)
- Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Commission appointment (Matt Amundson, Public Lands Director)
- Library Director (Jocelyne Sansing)
- Senior Center Director (Tammy Derrickson)
- Chamber of Commerce representative (Curt Fuszard, Interim Director)
- Three Mayoral appointments from different aldermanic districts (confirmed by Common Council)
- (Cindy Zellers, Justin Ballweg, Jenifer Cole)
Access Agendas & Minutes
- Click here view the agenda and minutes for any CCC meeting.