Community & Economic Development
CITY HALL CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
In an effort to keep our employees and the community safe during the COVID-19 virus crisis, City Hall has been closed to the public.
Our team is dedicated to keeping our virtual doors as open as possible, but there will be delays in our ability to provide some services.
We will continue to update our list of online alternatives below. If you need to speak with someone, we recommend calling weekday mornings.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this challenging time.
Building, HVAC, Electrical, and Plumbing Inspections are STILL REQUIRED
On-site inspections are not being done at this time. The City still requires inspections to be scheduled by calling 920-448-3300. After scheduling the inspection, you will be required to take representative pictures of the items to be inspected. You will then e-mail the photos to the inspector to review and approve.
If the inspector has questions or concerns, the inspector will reach out to you or request additional pictures. If you have a question as to what to take pictures of, you will be transferred to the inspector’s voicemail and they will call you back within 24 hours to advise you. Please note, when the inspector calls from their cell phone, it will show up as a “restricted call” on your caller ID.
Plans can still be submitted for review and processing at the drop-box located at the back door of City Hall. If the box is not there when you arrive, or the plans are too big, please call 920-448-3300 and someone will come down to receive them. Due to the 6’ social separation requirement, the plans will be placed outside and we will pick them up. Payments for plan review can be made by check or by credit card online.
Permits are still being issued but when possible please complete them online and e-mail them for review.
If you cannot do them online, you can submit permits at the drop-box located at the back door of City Hall. If the box is not there when you arrive, please call 920-448-3300 and someone will come down to receive them. Due to the 6’ social separation requirement, the application will be placed outside and we will pick them up. Payments for plan review can be made by check or by credit card online.
Liquor License Inspections
For the health and safety of the community and City Employees, liquor license inspections are not being done at this time, but they do require on-site inspections. The April 30 deadline is being extend to June 15. The City is still requiring inspections to be scheduled by calling 448-3300. We are currently scheduling starting in May. If the COVID-19 restrictions are still an issue in May, we will revisit the issue then.
Housing and Zoning Complaints
For the health and safety of our employees and the community, we have suspended all on-site inspections. All complaints will be logged and addressed, in the order they were received, when deemed safe to do so. If you submit photo documentation, we may be able to address some complaints related to exterior issues (like storage and excessive trash) remotely. Please understand there will be delays in responding given the volume of complaints that are received.
General Permitting or Plan Review Questions:
For general questions and guidelines relative to plan review and permits, most of the information is available online to view and download.
Request for City Action/Plan Commission
While all public meetings are on hold, we will still be accepting Request for City Actions for Plan Commission. We will review these items and add them to agendas as meetings are scheduled in the order in which they are received. These can be mailed in, submitted via our drop-box, or e-mailed to the Planning Staff member you have been working with.
Request for City Actions for land divisions are also being accepted at this time. Staff will continue the review processes as done previously, but there may be delays in starting the review and Final signatures due to remote work.
Email Stephanie Hummel
Certificate of Appropriateness
While all public meetings are on hold, we will still be accepting COA applications. Staff level reviews will be done as normal, and Landmarks level reviews will be held until an agenda is available when our public meetings resume.
Email Stephanie Hummel
General Planning and Zoning Inquiries
Please e-mail any questions you may have regarding planning or zoning regulations to Zoning Administrator Paul Neumeyer (email@example.com), or Planners David Buck (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephanie Hummel (email@example.com) and we will follow-up directly.
Commercial Facade and Demolition Grants
All applications and required materials may be submitted via e-mail to MatthewBu@greenbaywi.gov. Hard copy materials, including required Davis Bacon forms, will be accepted at our drop box located at the rear entrance of City Hall.
Staff: Matt Buchanan, MatthewBu@greenbaywi.gov.
Revolving Loan Funds for Businesses
All applications and required materials may be submitted via e-mail to WendyTo@greenbaywi.gov. Hard copy materials, including required Davis Bacon forms and loan payments, will be accepted at our drop box located at the rear entrance of City Hall
Staff: Wendy Townsend, WendyTo@greenbaywi.gov.
Loan Program Checks or Lease Checks
If you typically submit a payment to the City at our front desk, you can do so via mail or the drop-box located at the back door of City Hall. Once received, a receipt will be mailed to you.
Our staff will be able to run check requests, but there may be delays. If you have questions regarding an anticipated check from our department, please contact the staff person you typically work with to discuss check dates.
City Hall Gallery
This program is on hold until further notice and we will not be accepting artwork drop-offs. For Artists participating in the City Hall Gallery who need to pick-up artwork, please call our front desk staff to schedule a pick-up: 920-448-3300.
Email Laura Schley
Anything Else Requiring Our Signature or Attention?
Mail in or place in the drop-box located at the back door of City Hall anything else that may require our attention or a signature. Please mark it for a specific staff person’s attention if you are able. Staff will periodically be stopping into City Hall to check mail and sign documents when needed.
About the Department
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