Village of Cambridge, Wisconsin

Photo montage: butterfly, bicyclists on a trail, a father and daughter playing outside, and sunflowers
 
This is a new section where you will find major reports and agreements entered into by the Village.  

Cambridge Park and Open Space Plan

The primary purpose of this Plan is to proactively account for the Village’s future park and recreation needs. Furthermore, the recommendations presented in the Plan will guide the acquisition, preservation, and development of land for parks, recreation trails, and other open spaces in the Village to meet the needs of a growing and changing population.

Presented to Village Board on August 14, 2007

Pedestrian and Trail Crossing Report

The Village of Cambridge received a BUILD grant in 2006 to study options for Pedestrian Trail Crossings that could safely connect proposed pedestrian and bicycle trails north, south and through the Village. This project gave top priority to trail crossing options that could connect segments of a proposed regional bicycle and pedestrian trail system eventually connecting the Glacial Drumlin Trail north of the Village to Cam-Rock Park and the Village of Rockdale south of the Village. The study also looked at Village residents’ need for pedestrian crossings connecting the northern and southern areas of the Village.

 

Presented to Village Board on August 14, 2007 

Cambridge/Oakland Intergovernmental Agreement

The Village and Town believe that this Agreement will preserve the existing good relationship and provide greater certainty with respect to joint planning in the future. The agreement includes formation of a Joint Planning area and Committee to address land use and planning issues affecting both the Town and Village.