COVID-19

What’s Happening in Wyoming & Teton County 

Commissioners Restrict Public Access to County Buildings  

 March 20, 2020, Jackson, Wyo. –  In an effort to practice and encourage social distancing, and to limit physical interaction between Teton County staff and the public, The Teton County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) voted Friday to restrict public access at all County Buildings effective Monday, March 23, 2020 through Friday, April 3, 2020.   

County offices and departments will remain open and available to provide services to the public through alternative methods.  Individuals with a request for service from a County office should call or email the office to make arrangements.  Contact information for County offices can be found on the Teton County website at  www.tetoncountywy.gov. 

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The Teton County Health Department is working with the Wyoming Department of Health, St. John’s Health, and other local partners throughout Teton County to prepare our community.  The Health Department is continually monitoring the situation and using the Teton County/Town of Jackson Unified Command structure to ensure effective communication and coordination with all involved agencies.

Teton District Health Officer Public Health Order #20-2

The Scheduled ServSafe Manager Course
The Spring in-person course that was scheduled for April 30th has been cancelled due to COVID-19.  We will be reassessing the situation in future months and will email again once we have set a date.  In the meantime, Food Handler training can still be done online with organizations like the National Restaurant Association (ServSafe) and StateFoodSafety.  If staff want to obtain a Food Manager Certification, StateFoodSafety now offers a social-distancing-friendly online course and all-online exam proctoring option  https://www.statefoodsafety.com/