Zoning Board of Appeals
- The land must be contiguous to the City and cannot lie within another city or village.
- The annexation will not cause the creation of an island which is not part of the City.
- The proposed annexation is in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan.
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The City has continued to grow throughout this period. Between the years 1980 and 1990, the City's population increased by 5,337 persons. This represents an estimated annual increase of 535 persons over this period or a growth rate of 1.04 percent per year. Between 1990 and 2000, the City saw an increase of 4,848 persons. This represents an annual rate of growth of approximately 485 persons per year. The City experienced an increase of approximately 4,179 persons between 2000 and 2010. Population estimates for the City indicate continued growth.
The State of Wisconsin published revised population estimates for Wisconsin municipalities in the fall of 2013. The State's population estimates for Eau Claire are as follows:
The Planning Division has additional demographic information available for the City of Eau Claire. This includes detailed 2010 U.S. Census statistics available down to the census tract and block level. These Census statistics are also available in the City's Census 2010 Summary for the City.
Finally, the Division also publishes an annual report and map that summarizes development activity for the City. The report summarizes land development activity including: annexations, zoning changes, street construction and utilities construction for each year and compares it to development activity for the two previous years. This annual Development Map and Report is available for $6.00 from the Planning Division and is available in the Development Report.