At the July 23rd JIM (Joint Information Meeting), the Housing Department was directed by the Town Council and County Commissioners to make some changes to the Housing Rules and Regulations. Wyoming state statute requires a 45-day public comment period before the County Commissioners can adopt the document, and the Town of Jackson is required to have 3 readings to approve the Housing Rules and Regulations as a Town ordinance:
- August 19th – Town Council Meeting: First Reading of Ordinance (Staff Report)
- September 3rd – Town Council Meeting: Second Reading of Ordinance
- October 7th – Joint Information Meeting: Third Reading of Ordinance and Adoption of Housing Rules & Regulations
The County vote to adopt the Housing Rules and Regulations and the Town vote to approve the ordinance will be at the October 7 JIM held in the County Commissioner’s Chambers at 3:00 p.m. If the Council and Board vote to adopt the Rules and Regulations, they will go into effect immediately.
Click the link below for a summary of notable changes made.