Planning Division

Welcome to the Teton County Planning Division Website

Our mission at Teton County Planning is to be advocates of the community’s stated vision and to guide changes to meet the community’s aspirations. 

If you have planning related questions, including but not limited to zoning, permit submittals, natural resources, etc. we invite you to check out our FAQ page!  If you still require assistance after exploring the frequently asked questions, you can call (307)733-3959 or email the Planner of the Day (planneroftheday@tetoncountywy.gov) with your questions. You can also visit our office between 1-5 pm M-F to speak to the Planner of the Day in person. 

What’s Happening? 

Northern South Park Neighborhood Plan

The Neighborhood Plan process will determine the future character and allowable development for Northern South Park. Stay updated on the planning process by checking out the Long-Range Website.

Other Current Projects

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The Planning Division staff have several areas of focus; Current Planning, Code Enforcement and Long-Range Planning. 

Current Planning is centered on day-to-day processing of planning permits, resort planning, physical development review and general public assistance. To look up a current planning item, check on the status of an ongoing permit, or find records of old projects, you can access them under Planning & Building Records

Long-Range Planning focuses on the broader picture items like updates to the current Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan, Teton County Land Development Regulations, and amendments to the zoning map. For more information, view the Jackson/Teton Long-Range Planning page.

  1. New Planning Application Forms

    Make sure to check out the Planning Divisions most up-to-date application forms. Please also note that digital versions of applications should be sent to permits@tetoncountywy.gov prior to submitting hard copies. Planning Applications & Checklists...
  2. 2021 Building & Fire Code Updates

    Teton County Building Division in conjunction with Jackson/Teton County Fire/EMS is proposing to adopt updated Building & Fire Code. Click here to see the details. Read on...
  3. Wildlife Feeding & Bear Conflict LDR Updates

    Teton County Long-Range Planning is proposing to amend the Land Development Regulations Section 5.1.3, Wild Animal Feeding and add bear conflict standards within this section. See the Long-Range Planning webpage for additional info. Jacksontetonplan.com
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