WAUKESHA — A proposed Kwik Trip at one of the busiest
traffic areas in the city is returning to the Waukesha
Plan Commission, with two revisions made to the plan.
On Wednesday, the commission will review plans for the
7,100-square-foot store planned for the southwest corner
of Golf Road and Northwest Grandview Boulevard.
The commission granted unanimous preliminary approval to
the store’s site plan, architectural review and
conditional use permit in March, under the condition
that staff and developers work to address some aesthetic
issues before the project comes back for final approval.
According to a consideration recommendation submitted by
Community Development Director Jennifer Andrews, during
the March meeting, commissioners asked Kwik Trip to
enhance the landscape plan on the outlying portions of
the site, and add architectural features to the pump
canopies to tie in architecturally with the convenience
During the March meeting, planner Doug Koehler said he
wants to see the gas pumps “dressed up” with brick
features and possibly a standing-seam roof to match the
convenience store since the station will be in an area
with such high visibility off Interstate 94.
Mayor Shawn Reilly concurred at that time, saying he
believes the area might be the highest traffic-count
spot in the entire city.
The document also states that city staff recommend the
final approval of the conditional use, site plan and
architectural review with conditions related to the
Waukesha Water Utility, Fire and Engineering
A certified survey map of the project held from the
March commission meeting will also be brought up for
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers
at Waukesha City Hall, 201 Delafield Street.