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About Property Planning
Learn about property planning
Plan reports
monitoring goals and objectives.
Information and resources used in property planning
Common Elements
Standard practices for management of DNR lands
Mapping tools
Access mapping tools
Public Lands
parks, forests, wildlife, fisheries, natural areas, trails, wild rivers and flowages
Contact information
For information on the Property Planning, contact:
Diane Brusoe
Bureau of Facilities & Lands

Property Master Plans
Completed Plans

A property master plan establishes the level and type of public uses permitted, details the authorized resource management and the facility development, and acts as a blueprint for the property, providing for consistent, long-term management, regardless of personnel changes.

Plan amendments and variances are considered part of an approved plan. Plan amendments and variances authorize changes to the originally approved plan, add clarity and/or include elements not originally addressed in the plan.

Choose 1 or more of these search options:
Enter a property name
   Or select a property name from the drop-down menu
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Search for a completed plan or other plan document (e.g., variance or amendment) for a property by typing property name into search box or by selecting a property name from drop-down menu. You can also search by property type, county, plan approval year, or any combination of these.

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