Wisconsin Chapter Districts

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Allen Davis, Northeast District Representative

Northeast District Rep
Allen Davis, AICP

City of Oshkosh
PO Box 1130
Oshkosh, WI 54903-1130


We meet quarterly to discuss relevant topics or developments in our area.

Our last NE district meeting was on 6/5, over lunch in Green Bay.  We took advantage of the great weather to enjoy the upper deck at Anduzzi’s.  We discussed conditional use permits post-Act 67 with Brian Ohm, and McMahon presented about new wetland regulations.  We also had lunch and time for networking and discussion.

Contact Allen to be added to his email list to be notified of upcoming events in our district.  adavis@ci.oshkosh.wi.us

East Central RPC hosted mini conference on zoning on April 28th, 2017.

Click on the link to learn more: 

East Central Zoning Mini Conference

District Meeting Notes June 2015

District Meeting Notes July 2015

Jeff Schuler, Northwest District Representative

Northwest District Rep
Jeff Schuler, AICP

Planning and Zoning Director
Portage County

Northwest District Representative, 2018-2020

Jeff is looking forward to meeting up with District at the annual conference.  See you there October 8-9.

Maria Pandazi, Southeast District Representative

Southeast District Rep
Maria Pandazi, AICP

City of Waukesha, City Planner
201 Delafield St. Rm 200, Waukesha, WI 53188

262-524-3754/Fax 262-524-3751

Maria is planning a fall event, probably in collaboration with the UWM planning alumni once again.

If you are interested in volunteering to help Maria plan activities, please contact her.

Ben Zellers, Southwest District Representative

SW District Representative (2018-2019)
Ben Zellers, AICP, CNU-A

Planner, Comprehensive Planning & Regional Cooperation Section
Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development
Planning Division
126 S. Hamilton St.
PO Box 2985
Madison WI 53701-2985

The Southwest District currently includes 21 counties, from Rock to Pierce and from Grant to Dodge (see map above).

The district typically has about six events per year, generally in and around the Madison area.  The events frequently start with a tour of a planning area or of a recently completed development project, followed by a happy hour at a nearby establishment.  Watch your inbox for details on upcoming events.  If you have any topics, sites, or ideas that you’d like to pass along for potential future events, please contact Ben at bzellers@cityofmadison.com