Local and Regional Support

Local Partners


Racine County, the Village of Mount Pleasant and the Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC) have jointly positioned Racine County for a major investment from Foxconn, and that’s only the beginning. Read more about the project here.


​State Partners


The following state agency partners are collaborating to ensure a successful implementation of the Foxconn project to benefit Wisconsin residents, businesses and our economy. 


Before constructing and operating its facilities, Foxconn must obtain the appropriate permits and follow all state and federal environmental standards, regarding air and water quality.

The Wisconsin DNR will be working with Foxconn, local government officials and other state and federal agencies to ensure all applicable permit requirements are met, including consideration of any environmental impacts associated with permit applications. The department will also work with Foxconn on its mitigation plan for any wetlands impacted by this project.

Click here to follow DNR related activity such as permit applications and status plus site maps as developed.



For more information on I-94 North-South Freeway improvements, click here to access WisDOT’s project website.

WisDOT is also working with the Village of Mount Pleasant and Racine County on the reconstruction of several state, village and county roadways around the new Foxconn Development in Racine County. Currently, these roads are in the design and planning phase with construction scheduled to begin in summer 2018. Learn more here.



Learn more about the state’s investment and plan to support the workforce needs for Foxconn.



To provide electricity to the campus, American Transmission Company is proposing to construct new electric transmission line infrastructure.  The proposed project requires PSC review and approval.  The PSC’s review will include the preparation of a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), comment on the EIS, and a public hearing. 
 
Click here for more information about the proposed project, including access to key documents, maps, and links to submit public comments.  


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